She's not quite sure how it happened, but Lizzie Ford is London's most popular Agony Aunt doling out practical, down-to-earth advice to women about everything from g-spots and oral sex to relationships and personal crises. So she finds it somewhat ironic that an honest-to-goodness D-celebrity like herself she has a radio show and a magazine column who counsels others on their sex lives has been sitting on the bench for three years waiting to get back in the game.
So Lizzie can't believe her good luck when she meets Matt Baker at her office Christmas party. They hit it off immediately, only there's one problem Matt's wife may not be happy with this new arrangement. Lizzie is certainly less than enthused when Matt finally informs her of his marital state "You've got a wife and I've got principles," she tells him.
But principles don't take you out to dinner or keep you warm in bed at night, and Lizzie soon takes up with Matt again when he tells her that he's about to leave his wife who is more concerned with her career than their marriage. The strange thing is that even while she's hoping that Matt will get a divorce, she's actively helping a writer to her column save her crumbling marriage a marriage that bears more than a passing resemblance to Matt's. Can you be a home saver and a home wrecker saint and sinner at the same time?...Continua