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Publisher's Summary

When Lolita bumps into Sven in a London nightclub, she thinks she's met the man of her dreams. The pair hit it off almost instantly, and their sexual chemistry is explosive. Charmed off of her feet, Lolita embarks on one of the most intense relationships of her life...only to be left high and dry when it abruptly ends just a few scant months later. Bereft and devastated, Lolita must gather her emotions and try to move on with her life.

This exciting novel combines a story with an instructional guide on how to deal with the loss and heartbreak that follows - often, the end of a relationship. You'll follow the story of Lolita and, at the same time, learn how to manage your emotions through a breakup, how to keep yourself happy and healthy, how to raise your mood when times are low, and how to avoid unsatisfying and unfulfilling rebound relationships.

This guide is for anyone who's been hit hard by the end of a relationship, whether it was two weeks ago or two years. If you're trying to put the pieces back together, listen on, and discover how to move on after a breakup in the company of Lolita.

©2015 Marguerite de Lyon (P)2015 Marguerite de Lyon

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This is a sexy story about Lolita

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is a guide that helped when I need it. This is a sexy story about Lolita. It was a great listening experience about how to move on after a breakup. I liked the way how this book started and how it runs. Lolita was a great character. She was so sexy, but she was devastated by the breakup. I felt identified with her. I think you have to read it if you are living a situation like this

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A Fascinating Erotica Book

Where does How to Move on After a Break-Up: A Guide and Novel rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It's a very serious book, with a focus on the erotic, but it's how it's read that got me. There's a seriousness to it, so I paid close attention to the details.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Lolita was fascinating, and intriguing as to how the depths of the character moved.

Which scene was your favorite?

The opening got me hooked, I must admit.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The whole book as a whole, it's hard to take one over another, but there's so much here to dissect.

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Sexy and helpful, this guide is worth the time!

What made the experience of listening to How to Move on After a Break-Up: A Guide and Novel the most enjoyable?

The speaker was clear and concise and the overall scope and theme of the book was very easy to follow. It is easy to see how this will speak to many different people.

What other book might you compare How to Move on After a Break-Up: A Guide and Novel to and why?

I don't know if I could compare this to any other book and I mean that in the best way possible. The way this book starts and how it will resonate with so many different people makes it very unique in my opinion.

Which character – as performed by Sunny Tasker – was your favorite?

Lolita was my favorite. Sexy yet devastated by the breakup, she felt very real and not just some make believe character.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

'Provocative and pro active, a shining light in the crazy world of relationships

Any additional comments?

This was a lot of fun and very informative at the same time.