Out today is Dissatisfied by Ksenija Nikolova and published by Kingsley Publishers.
I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but thought I would bring this Women’s Fiction to your attention as it sounds so wonderful – see book blurb below. I can’t wait to read it!
Who is to be blamed for a woman’s unhappiness?
Margot’s unhappiness is contrary to what you might expect, considering that she lives in Paris and is married to a
handsome, successful man she loves. However, as time passes, she feels more certain about her emptiness and
realizes how little time her husband Arthur has for her. Finally, she decides to leave him, but then something
changes. Not only does Margot not know her husband as well as she thought she did, but she also comes to see that
she didn’t even know herself that deeply.
Margot’s life starts changing when she discovers countless new things about her marriage, which also reawakens old
But have these signs always been there?
Has Margot’s journey been waiting for her long before she became aware of it, and can her marriage be saved?
Margot is surprised to discover Arthur knew her much better than she ever thought possible.
‘Riveting … eye-opening … evoking the quest for happiness’ – Author Taryn Leigh
‘It lingered with me long after the pages had ended’ – Book Reviewer
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About the Author:
Ksenija Nikolova is a Macedonian fiction author. She is the author of six books, and this is her second novel translated
into English. Her work is also translated into Bulgarian and Russian.
She says people inspire her, and she thinks of art as an ice breaker that pushes boundaries and changes the way they
The world has become very judgmental and ignorant, and Ksenija believes that writing stories that smash
discrimination and stereotypes can make us better and happier.
Ksenija is currently working on a new novel she is very excited about. She is writing it in English, and she is enjoying
every single step of the process.
All the best, Emma