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No Regrets

By: Tabitha Webb
Narrated by: Kristin Atherton
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For fans of Bridget Jones, Sex and the City and Dawn O’Porter!

Best friends Stella, Ana and Dixie have always lived life to the full. But now they’re approaching their forties, reality is starting to kill the mood…

Stella loves her children, but misses her glittering career. Plus she can’t even remember the last time she had sex.

Ana is trying for a baby with her partner Rex. So why can’t she stop thinking about the one that got away?

Dixie is the wildest of them all. A Tinder addict who’ll never settle down. But has she accidentally found Mr Right…?

It’s time for the friends to shake things up and start having some fun. Because you only regret the things you don’t do, right?

©2020 Tabitha Webb (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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  • Categories: LGBTQ+

Critic Reviews

"This is a must-read during the summer!" (Amanda Holden)

"Finally something fresh, funny and full of filth! Loved it!" (Jenni Falconer)

"Delightfully daring and fabulously naughty - just like its author - I couldn’t put it down!" (Rosie Nixon)

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Getting old is like blowing into a burst balloon

Decent listen; like Sex in the City meets Bridget Jones... if the story was sans Carrie Bradshaw with three, 39 year old British ladies and if the Bridget-style monologues of body insecurity focus on aging body parts instead of chubbiness. The profanity and sex are more Sex in the City than Bridget Jones (the first word of Chapter One is literally “sh*t”), so if F bombs turn you off and you prefer the sex to fade to black, this book may not be for you. There’s also adultery, lesbian sex, and Tinder, although you’d think that’d make for a raunchier, more lively story. Instead, this felt more like Love Actually, without any of the younger couples. Come to think of it, the interaction between the three ladies is also more like Love Actually, where the book mostly tells their stories separately, only bringing them together for an occasional chapter (the ladies don’t even get together until 2 hrs in).

Stella is Miranda, a fierce blonde, struggling with having traded her powerhouse career to be a stay at home mom. Ana is Charlotte, perpetually searching for the perfect marriage, babies, and life but always asking whether the grass is greener elsewhere. Dixie is Samantha, all “balls to the wall” on Tinder, pretending she’s not envious of her friends and their families.

As a woman over a decade past these ladies, I was mildly annoyed by the constant suggestion that, at 39, they were already over the hill. I’d kill for my 39 year old body and career back. This isn’t a book that will stick with me, and I didn’t find the ladies very likable, but it was an easy listen with some fun riffs and a fantastic narrator. As a bonus, I also found a fun new saying, that I’ll have to incorporate into my lexicon: “he had the integrity of a Cheeto.”