Monique lives a perfect life as a preacher’s daughter, and girlfriend of the town’s golden boy. But its not that simple. She’s torn between her parents, who want her to remain their pure, virginal daughter, and her boyfriend, Dom, who wants to explore the more intimate side of their relationship.
Tired of waiting, Dom breaks up with Monique, spurring her to discover she has a medical condition that make her far from perfect. With the help of Sasha, an overly zealous church girl, and Reggie, the town’s bad boy, she concocts a plan to win Dom back. But along the way, she must face some home truths: maybe she shouldn’t be fixing her body to please a boy, maybe Sasha is the friend she needed all along and maybe Reggie isn’t so bad after all…
Monique has the perfect life. She’s the Pastor’s daughter and is dating the town’s golden boy, Dom.
However, her life is more complex below the surface.
She’s torn between the promise she made to save herself for marriage and Dom’s wish that their relationship become more intimate.
After many failed attempts at sex, Dom breaks up with Monique. In trying to understand why, she discovers that a medical condition may be to blame.
With help from her new friend, Sasha and bad boy, Reggie, Monique tries to cure her condition in the hope that she gets Dom back.
When I read the blurb for this book, I found it very intriguing, so I was excited to be invited onto the blog tour.
First, I love the cover. It’s so vibrant, interesting, and colourful.
Monique is suffering with a condition called Vaginismus. This novel faces that subject head on and not only did I find this refreshing, it also raises awareness of the condition whilst having a plot that moves along well.
Joya Goffney doesn’t shy away from letting her characters talk about big issues including sex.by
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