Praise for "Ally Hughes Has Sex Sometimes"
Moulin has succeeded at writing a frothy romance, but she s also entered into the record a never-married mom story that s more empathetic than it is judgmental and that s a much more impressive feat.
-"The Washington Post"
A charming, madcap rom-com that will have you swooning until the very last page.
[D]elightful debut... The pacing is effortless, the dialogue witty and slyly sexy....From first to last, this book will charm you.
-"The New York Times Book Review "
Jules Moulin s novel thoughtfully considers how women juggle ambition, sex and motherhood.
"A smart, witty, sexy rom-com in book form."
This strikes all the right chords.
-"San Francisco Book Review"
"Moulin excellently balances different time lines as well as the story lines of other characters with ease and fluidity. The author has perfected the contemporary romance genre."
"A fun, lighthearted, and sexy romp guaranteed to please Moulin s fast-paced, feel-good read is a winner.
Funny, romantic, and sexy, Moulin s debut has all the makings of a great leisure read.
The tone is rather like if a 21st-century Jane Austen completed an early draft of "Persuasion" after binge watching Sex and the City.The dialogue is snappy and the trivia is elevated... This novel is for those looking for a sexier "Sleeping Beauty" set in the real world.
Moulin has a unique but completely relatable voice. Her dialogue is sharp and clever. This delightful, fast-paced book made mesmile, and is sure to do the same for you!
Meg Cabot, "New York Times "bestselling author of "Royal Wedding" and the Heather Wells mystery series
Unstoppable from cover to cover . . . Ally and I are soul mates.
Jeffrey Tambor, Golden-Globe Award winner for Best Actor in "Transparent"
It's rare to come across a story that perfectly combines hope and love and sex and motherhood in a way that can also make you laugh out loud. In Ally Hughes Jules Moulin has created a character we can root for. This hilarious and touching novel will have you on the edge of your seat until the very last page...hoping that Ally gets the happy ending she deserves.
-Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza, authors of "The Knockoff"
"Far too rare is the modern American fairy tale that arrives all wrapped up in polished language, keen observation, and joyful intelligence. Dear reader, if do nothing else this autumn, read "Ally Hughes Has Sex Sometimes," and hope like the devil that Jules Moulin has many more books to come."
Beatriz Williams, "New York Times" bestselling author of "A Hundred Summers" and "The Secret Life of Violet Grant""show more