The Girl With The Red Lipstick Paperback – Import, 25 Oct 2018
About the Author
Even though the people around me have referred to me with the most bizarre names, almost convincing me that they are correct, my name is Rakshitha Govindaraju. Being the only one who has always been late to almost every class all my life, I have mastered the art of making up stories. Being the troublesome kid in the family added to my skills as I have been caught very few times and hope to find a circle that will applaud me for the same someday. Eventually, I began to find happiness in writing them down. Words have always been my weapon. To win the argument with my college lecturer, to get the last slice of cake and to make it appear like romance is my forte. I had decided that I wanted to write even before I knew it could become a way of making a livelihood. Join me on my journey. Come, be a part of the strangely entertaining world I take you to. I look forward to painting pictures in your head with my words.
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The story centers on the theme of prostitution and LGBT romance. These two subjects have been combined to write a story of a girl who ends up in this business and finds a female friend with whom later she fell in love with.
Even though the book includes things which could be found in books with a similar issue, of course, the mix of prostitution and LGBT romance is rare. The author was able to put in the correct emotions of the women who are forced into this business, which was quite disturbing to read on.
The narration was smooth and realistic, but something was amiss, maybe the abrupt switch to the next scene or too short descriptions somewhere or choice of words which I felt was unformed. The inclusion of matured writing, good vocabulary or some more detailed descriptions could have made it laudable.
Well, it is recommended if you’re looking a short read concerning this topic and genre. Overall, it was a nice read.