My rating: 5 of 5 stars
4.5✶✶✶✶ stars for Jessica Hawkins
Firstly, the cover stunning, the title had me before reading the blurb, then I pulled my pornographic mind out of the gutter and realised it wasn’t a book packed with 1001 ways to perfect cunnilingus (really, who created that word it’s gross)
It’s hard not to give any spoilers away, so sticking with what you’ve already read in the blurb, Slip of the Tongue was a beautifully told story from Sadie’s POV, about her marriage struggles, how one fights to make things work when the relationship seems to be failing in every way around them, the loss of feeling loved and neglected, but then cherished when all you is crave is a little affection even if it’s not from the one that it should be, and you know in your heart what your doing is wrong. The love triangle between Sadie, Nathan and Finn, was portrayed in a way you felt for each of them in different ways. I loved Finn’s character, he is hot and just oozes sex, Sadie you felt for but sometimes wanted to shake sense into, and Nathan what’s going on inside that man’s head
I know some people find cheating, love triangles etc hard to deal with in a book and stay away, fortunately I’m not one of those, and if you are, then you are missing out on a treat of a book. Jessica Hawkins has wrote a great book, and I look forward to reading more from her in the future.
Expected release date 25 February 2016
*ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.*