Published by HarperCollins Publishers on September 24th 2015
Genres: Coming of Age, Contemporary, Contemporary Women, Fiction, General, Romance, Romantic Comedy
Recent graduate Ellie has debt, an unpaid internship and three flatmates who left her with the single room to match her single status. That’s ok. She doesn’t want a boyfriend anyway. She wants several. But as Ellie tests out every new dating craze she’s realising that the ultimate single lifestyle might not be that easy after all... If the women on Sex and the City got dates on a daily basis, and even the more normal-looking girls on Girls, then why wasn’t I? If I wanted to live the fun, twenty something life I was destined to live, I was going to have to up my game.
I cannot get enough of Ellie. I swear I couldn’t get enough of Ellie in Virgin, and the laugh’s just kept on coming in Not That Easy. She used to be a virgin, however now she is all about getting more, and more sexual experience. She is out in London, living with her flatmates, and enjoying life…well as much as someone with debt can, lol! Radhika can really get your heart beating, and you choking with laughter. I really think she has a great connection with the young woman she writes about. I would suggest reading this series, anytime your in the mood for a hilarious tale.