#Review “Pelvic Flaws” by Nikki Ashton


Pelvic Flaws


4/5 Stars!

Divorce can be life changing and for forty-five-year-old Katie Grainger, a mom of three, the changes weren’t good ones.

Though her marriage of eighteen years ended amicably, she’s feeling inadequate and old since her ex moved on, marrying a woman almost half his age and fathering another child.

Vaginal dryness and epic hot flashes aren’t helping either.

A chance meeting with sexy, middle-aged Dex Michaels leaves Katie embarrassed, flustered… and hopeful. For the first time since her divorce, a man’s attention made Katie feel alive. Even though there are no prospects on the horizon, she’s not dead yet.

After two more chance meetings with the tattooist, Katie finds herself dating a man she considers out of her league.

Their journey together will be fraught with vomit, feelings of abandonment, and a boatload of snark.

And that’s just from her three children.

Katie Grainger is every woman who passes thirty-five, single or not, and feels the years creeping up on her way too fast to turn her into her mother. (And her mother is a riot!) Her BFF, Mandy, is always there for her with words of support, sexy underwear and fashion advice… and porn.

Texas-born Dex moves to the UK after losing his dad and hasn’t looked back. He’s also haunted by the death of a former girlfriend who wanted more than he could give.

His attraction to Katie baffles the confirmed bachelor—and makes him happy. He’s almost positive Katie is the one, but she thinks she’s carrying too much baggage and drama.

And she is.

Katie’s fears and insecurities are not unfounded or trivial however, I felt she came off a bit too whiny. But Dex is right there reassuring her every time. But when his past brings him baggage, and Katie’s ex (CARL) pulls a dumb stunt, is she ready to step up and reassure him?

Pelvic Flaws is a fun read because the situations aren’t contrived or over-the-top. It’s grounded in reality and shows kids have growing pains, but so do friendships and relationships… and even divorces. Grab this one today.



When one sneeze can ruin your day and it’s not just the hairs on your head that need a dye job, you know your life is changing!
I’m Katie Grainger, I’m 45 years old, a divorced mother of three, slightly annoying at times, but always loveable, kids and I can wet myself at the drop of hat. Actually, it’s more like a sneeze or a cough than a drop of a hat, but whatever the reason, let’s just say I am forever grateful for the invention of the ultra-thin panty pad.
I don’t have a bad life, there’s book club where I discuss the menopause with my friends, there’s Clubbercise where I wet myself and dance like my mother with my friend Mandy and there’s my work which is pretty boring, where I get to learn a lot about reality TV from my much younger co-workers. All of which makes me content – yes, I’d like more sex, but who wouldn’t when their castle hadn’t been breached for four years.
Do I have regrets in my life?
Yes, I do. I regret that my ex-husband, Carl, and I didn’t realise we’d grown apart sooner. I regret not trying more online dating when I first got divorced and I regret that my youngest, Charlie, feels torn between pleasing me and his dad. What I don’t regret is my bag breaking and spilling everything over the pizza place floor, the night Dex Michaels was in there ordering a 9inch meat feast.
Pelvic Flaws is the story of one woman’s struggle with hot sweats, mood swings and perilously poor pelvic floor muscles. It’s the story of Dex, who thinks all those things about Katie are funny and adorable. It’s the story of a romance that could turn into something big. It’s the story of what might be the love affair of the century, potentially being ruined by the baggage that neither of them knew existed.

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