I Loved! Loved the whole series!  I was spellbound as I devoured all the books.  Great read and can’t wait for the next series of Sophia’s thrilling life. You caught the essence of the times with great clarity.

-Marianna Cobb

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Martin Humphries

“Can't Buy Me Love” by Martin Humphries was gifted to me for an honest review. I liked the book and enjoyed learning what it's like to grow up in the sixties. The main characters are well-developed and entertaining. I love how Ronnie takes Edith on as a pet project to turn her into wife material. It's all very interesting. I couldn't put the book down.”

-Darcy Ya  

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“A wonderful read. Much more than a take on homosexual relations. This is about growing up in the sixties and how it changed America.”

-Joseph Skinkis

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“'Can't buy me love' sang the Beatles; maybe not, but you can buy a colour-soaked picture of Sixties' life by reading this story of a Plain Jane's transformation into a chic, swinging 'dolly bird'. Edith becomes Sophia; she becomes sexy and sophisticated, confident and wordly-wise, leaving behind her drab, lacklustre upbringing, swapping a nondescript life of humdrum monotony for a hedonistic whirl of sexual freedom. Sophia is guided by her cousin, Ronnie, a queer in the time when that was a dangerous label to wear; Ronnie, who has contacts and friends to nurture Sophia, Ronnie who skims around the rim of society, living perilously and erotically, pre-empting the burgeoning of LGBT freeedom. This is a story of London when London was considered the IN place to be and as Edith-Sophia spreads her wings so the story flies and takes the reader far beyond the boundaries of the small island of Britain. A great read with fast, absorbing dialogue and a no-holds barred storyline.”

-Eileen Sewell

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