Kicking off the #blogtour for 📖SALLY📖 a sexy contemporary women’s fiction romance by Hedonist Six Author! Grab your copy now!
Add to #Goodreads:


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!


Rafflecopter Giveaway~

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.


Newsletter (Get a #FREE story when you subscribe!):
Amazon Author Profile:
“So? Did the hot guy with the tats from yesterday not believe my story?” Becky asks.

“Gareth? No, these are from Mark.”

She breathes in through her teeth and scrutinises my face.

“Cath had mentioned he’s been acting weird. Do you think he’s jealous?”

“I don’t know what he is.” I turn towards my PC, signalling that the conversation is over.

Indeed, I’m not sure what to make of this. Has Mark accepted my stance on relationships or is this just an opening to try again? I do wish we could get back to how things were earlier: uncomplicated, but extremely satisfying booty calls along with a seemingly endless supply of intelligent conversation. And laughs, lots of laughs. Men like that don’t grow on trees and I really did enjoy his company, no matter what we ended up doing.

Whatever he’s thinking, though, I’ve already made plans with Becks tonight. If there’s one thing I won’t do over this, it’s cancelling an existing commitment. No matter how many flowers end up on my desk.

Realising he probably expects some kind of reaction, I do a quick scan of the office, noting that the door to Mark’s office is ajar, but there is no movement in sight. Cath also is nowhere to be seen. They must be in another meeting.

So I get my phone out, to get this over with quick.

‘ Hey. Thanks for the lovely flowers. Tonight I’m going out with Becky already, how’s tomorrow night for you? S .’

That’ll do. I put my phone away without waiting for a response.


Sally (A Steamy Romantic Women’s Fiction Novella) by Hedonist Six
Sally doesn’t want to settle down ever. She is content with partying and having one night stands. Then she’s bombarded with a ghost from her past {Gareth} that she’s not sure how to handle. Her manager Mark, on the other hand adds additional stress to her growing anxieties by wanting to take their casual relationship further. To find out how Sally deals with this love triangle you’ll have to read SALLY. Although I enjoyed this quick read, the storyline won’t be for everyone, but then no book is!
*This novella is a stand-alone follow-up to The Rebound List, which focuses on Becky’s journey. Both books can be enjoyed out of order.(directly from book/Author*) I’ve now read both books and I’m glad I started with The Rebound List, only because it gave me additional background information. However I do agree that both The Rebound List and Sally are standalone stories. This book uses British/UK spellings and references. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book via IndieSagePR for an honest blog tour review. Due to explicit sexual content and situations this novel is recommended for readers 18 and older.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s