Toronto, ON -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/31/2014 -- Think you would never date a married man? Think again!
Rebecca Hardy wasn't a naturally deceptive person, though she took quite well to the art of deception. Too well perhaps. She liked to think of it as helping someone out. Female camaraderie and all that....but this time perhaps she’d gone too far. Maybe we’d better explain:
Having theatrically caught her boyfriend cheating, Rebecca, convinced she was born in the wrong era, has had it with these modern day men. She has even less regard for these immoral modern day women, (of which she highly suspects her best female friend Abigail is one), who tend to prey on men in committed relationships. What is wrong with them?! Don't they care that they're breaking hearts and destroying lives?!
Rebecca, with her high morals and family values, would never even consider dating a married man...until, of course, Rebecca finds herself doing exactly that. Albeit, at the fervent request of his very own wife; the notorious Isabella Coombs. So that makes it OK. Doesn’t it?
Zara Kingsley’s hilarious and thoroughly British novel, A Moral Dilemma encapsulates everything she herself likes to read: romantic comedy chick lit set in London, the city she grew up in, parties in, lives in and fell in love with.
A single mum and self-confessed “frustrated lover, dreamer and red wine connoisseur”, Zara cites Helen Fielding and Sophie Kinsella as her literary inspiration.
She said: “My stories are about life, love and friendship, with a few twists and turns and tons of fun. They’re not particularly deep, nor meaningful, they’re a lighthearted, easy read, that go well with a glass of wine and a few chocs, and just might make you laugh out loud.”
A Moral Dilemma Kindle edition is now available. Zara will be available for interview, comment and events. For further information please contact Zara firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Zara’s website http://www.chicklitbyzarakingsley.com