…That one reveal allows all the fun to flow through the rest of the story in the spirit of the screwball comedies of the 1930s and 40s. Despite that old Hollywood feel and its accompanying zaniness, My Lady Lipstick also tackles issues that are both timely and timeless. We see Diana and Paris entangled with a CEO who can most kindly be described as a predator. Men like this (and the women who have to interact with them) are not new in fiction or in life, but in the age of #MeToo and our current conversations about sexual harassment and assault both in and out of the workplace, Diana and Paris’s interaction with this man and the eventual outcome feel both relevant and like a vindication…
My Lady Lipstick is fun, funny, sexy, sweet, and even occasionally sad. Karin Kallmaker takes us through the full gamut of emotions as she delivers a perfectly plotted and paced contemporary romance. She’s a true master of the craft, and this book is not to be missed.Read the entire review.
Tara Scott for Curve Magazine
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