Rosalind Wyllie has shown that she has a good talent for writing with this novel. The style is easy to read, the story is easy to follow, the dialogue is realistic. Sadly, some of the characters are not entirely believable and some of the material is a little disconcerting to say the least.
The novel centres around Tiggy, an overall nice girl who appears to have fallen into stripping and her colleague, Scarlett, who later becomes her flatmate. Scarlett is not so much of a nice girl and instead is manipulative, scheming and at times downright cruel. The story, though easy to follow, is at times a little predictable but generally provides some interesting food for thought about the choices we make in life.
It's an interesting debut but I wouldn't call it stunning. However, I think it shows that Rosalind Wyllie has a talent worth developing and hopefully future novels will be even more promising.