March 29, 2017

SALLY by Hedonist Six Blog Tour!


by Hedonist Six Publication Date: March 24, 2017 Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Women’s Fiction, Romance, Novella



Sally is a self-confessed player and party girl. Her life revolves around fun nights out, casual encounters and no emotional attachments other than with her best friend and colleague, Becky. When she is faced with a ghost from her past – Gareth – all the walls she’s carefully constructed around herself fall apart, revealing old wounds she thought had healed a long time ago. He wants a second chance, and she’s shocked to find that maybe she’s not as over him as she would want. Meanwhile, her current suitor, Becky and Sally’s charismatic manager, Mark, is keen to take their casual relationship to the next level.
Sally’s uncomplicated life is about to become very messy indeed. This novella is a stand-alone follow-up to The Rebound List, which focuses on Becky's journey-- can be read as a standalone / out of order!

Another good read from Hedonist Six!
Sally was such an intriguing character to read about! I think the thing I loved about her the most, is that appearances and the image you give off to people, isn't necessarily who you are underneath. She appeared to be a fun loving party girl, but there is so much more to her than just that!
Mark and Gareth was so incredibly hot to read about. Yes, you will end up liking one more than the other (like I did), however, they each provided a great contrast to the story, all the while making you wonder what will happen next!
I cannot wait to read more books from Hedonist in the future!
4/5 Stars!


Call me “H.” or Hedonist if you prefer. I’m a Romance writer based in London and I’ve always been a dreamer, though it didn’t occur to me to write down the stories I kept dreaming up until 2012. You’ll not find flowery language and poetry in my work. What you will find though is believable characters, none of whom perfect, going through life and trying to find happiness. Just like the rest of us. I first started writing because I craved to see more of “my kind of books” on the shelves. In any scenario, you’ll find me rooting for the underdog. The (emotionally) scarred hero who hasn’t really had much (or any) luck in love. The shy office worker who wants to pursue the man of her dreams, but hasn’t quite mustered the courage yet. All my characters are beautifully flawed and messed up, in a way that makes them perfect for one another.


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