The first in a series of erotic novels that tap into our deepest, sexiest fantasies, from the
publishers of Fifty Shades of Grey
Thirty-something Emma Benson is a free spirit. For her a good life means a life of
So it’s a surprise to everyone when she marries David, a successful businessman, and
settles down in the suburbs.
One year on, and she’s trying so hard to be loyal to her man. Not easy to do when you’re
passionate and uninhibited.
But then, while sunbathing in her garden, her neighbour’s eighteen-year-old son appears.
And Emma has found her new project…
She will be his perfect teacher…
About the Author
Natasha Walker is a Sydney based author who found writing her memoir confronting till
she discovered the joys of fabrication.
From Kylie Ladd's Review: After the FIFTY SHADES OF GREY phenomenon, it is refreshing to find a female erotica lead who is older, experienced and very much in touch with her sexuality. Quite deeply in touch, as some scenes reveal, but I digress. More interestingly, Emma, like her Jane Austen namesake, is intelligent, self-assured, forthright, scheming and definitely likes to get involved in the lives of her neighbours. Walker’s occasional asides through Emma’s eyes on the nature of monogamy or Australian politics or the particular private school type peculiar to Sydney’s north shore are witty and subversive, a delight to read.
makes 50 Shades of Grey as dreary as a Tupperware Party!
An entertaining read, filled with sexual tension and promise. It certainly had a happy ending! Look forward now to the 2nd and 3rd books.
Really trashy anot well written at all. I loved The Fifty Shades Triology but this was just disappointing. Not a great ending either!
I found this book simplistic and the author tended to waffle a lot, ended up just skimming through it.
Slow but ramps up!
This book may not be for everyone. Some parts it does drag on a little, but you have to keep reading to find out what happens next. Slow going to start with but ends with you wanting more.
I really enjoyed the book bit fanciful
Enjoyable and sexy
I agree with Laughing K
If you have read the Fifty Shades trilogy then you will be very disappointed in this book. I was really expecting more for my money; I would compare it to a $2 M&B read.
The Secret Lives of Emma: Beginnings
ISBN: 9781742758442 ISBN-10: 1742758444 Series: Secret Lives of Emma Audience:
Number Of Pages: 288 Published: 17th July 2012 Publisher: Transworld Publishers (Division of Random House Australia) Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 13.5
Weight (kg): 0.28
Edition Number: 1
Natasha Walker is a Sydney based author who found writing her memoir confronting till she discovered the joys of fabrication.
I was born, raised and schooled in Mosman on the lower north shore of Sydney. After completing the HSC at Mosman High School, I left Sydney and spent the next three years travelling and working in Europe. On my return, I went to Sydney University but I had been well and truly bitten by the travel bug and was soon off again.
At twelve I wanted to be eighteen, and at eighteen I wanted to be thirty. I have always been in a hurry. I couldn't wait for life to just happen. I had to help it along. Now, at thirty-two I just want things to slow