The Middle-Aged Virgin, by Olivia Spring

Newly Single And Seeking Spine-Tingles…

 

If you’d just come out of a long-term relationship and hadn’t been intimate for ages, how well would you cope with dating and having sex again?

 

Sophia Huntingdon seems to have it all: a high-flying job running London’s coolest beauty PR agency, a lovely boyfriend and a dressing room filled with Louboutins. But when tragedy strikes, Sophia realises that rather than living the dream, she’s actually an unhappy workaholic in a monotonous relationship, with zero personal life.

 

Her lack of activity in the bedroom is so apparent that her best friend declares her a MARGIN, or Middle-Aged Virgin – a term used for adults who have experienced a drought so long that they can’t remember the last time they had sex.

 

Determined to transform her life whilst she’s still young enough to enjoy it, Sophia hatches a plan to work less, live more and embark on exciting adventures, including rediscovering the electrifying passion she’s been craving.

 

But after finding the courage to end her fifteen-year relationship, how will Sophia, a self-confessed control freak handle being newly single and navigating the unpredictable world of online dating?

 

If she does meet someone new, will she even remember what to do? And as an independent career woman, how much is Sophia really prepared to sacrifice for love?

 

The Middle-Aged Virgin is a funny, uplifting story of a smart single woman on a mission to find love and happiness and live life to the full.

 

Ideal for lovers of women’s contemporary fiction, sexy chick lit and romantic comedy.