Thursday 23 January 2020

Turkish delights and erotic fruit

You have to admit it: our timing is superb. Back comes the rain and we sweep two of our lucky readers off to the sunny shores of Turkey. To celebrate the launch of our Summer Books collection those generous folks at Sunway gave us a super holiday for two in a four star resort overlooking the glittering Aegean Sea in Kusadasi. This sensational prize included flights, transfers and 7 nights' B and B accommodation at the gorgeous Palmin Sunset Hotel. To win all you had to do was complete the title of the first book in our give-away - it was Happy Families, Janey Fraser's witty take on modern parenting. We had a massive (electronic) postbag and Hannah Cutts from the comely county of Clare is the very happy winner. Congratulations to her and well done to all of you who entered.

Incredibly we are halfway through our collection and I hope you've enjoyed the first couple of titles. Onto week three and we've gone for something a shade darker and edgier. In fact Forbidden Fruit would give Fifty Shades of Grey a run for its money. From the pen of New York Times best-selling author Eden Bradley, Forbidden Fruit tells the tale of Mia Curry, a university professor whose classes on sexuality are packed to the rafters. This pedagogue keeps her own private fantasies under wraps till a young and gorgeous student called Jagger James joins her class. Reviewers have raved about Ms Bradley's particular brand of fiction. Her work has variously been described as 'elegant, intelligent and sensual', and 'haunting and sexy as hell.'

So, if you're a fan of erotic fiction you can collect your free copy of Forbidden Fruit at Dunnes Stores when you buy this paper. If you've bought the paper elsewhere, simply bring your token from page 2 to your nearest Dunnes to redeem your copy while stocks last. Enjoy! And remember to watch out next week for the final title in our fab quartet of summer reading.

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