'O'Donoghue's writing is deeply relatable and darkly comic . . . It'll have you nodding with familiarity, thinking, laughing - and crying - as you race towards the end' GraziaJane is an adrift twenty-something by day, and a world-weary agony aunt by night. Then, at an office party, she takes on another role: the Other Woman. As Jane's affair with her much older, married boss, takes off, she discovers that sex and power go hand-in-hand, and that it's hard to keep your head when you're someone else's dirty little secret. And soon her friendships, her sanity and her life are put into jeopardy... . 'Manages to capture exactly how it feels to be a twentysomething woman in London while also containing a gleefully dark and gothic streak. It's an absolute gamechanger' The Pool'Properly, properly funny' Alexandra Heminsley, BBC Radio 2 (Sara Cox Show)'Like Nora Ephron's Heartburn or even Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones Diary, Promising Young Women positively thrums with relatability and honesty ... there is a brilliant sharpness underneath what may seem like a glossy surface' Irish Independent von O'Donoghue, Caroline
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