Day Use Review

Book Description :

A thrilling novel spiced with erotica that represents the story of Dalia Raz, a successful ceramics artist who suddenly becomes a widow after her husband is killed by a mysteries explosion in the factory he worked in.

In her despair, she decides to change and rehabilitate her life from her disaster. She turns her life upside down and opens a business for day use renting rooms by the hour for intimacy purposes. In parallel, she begins searching for the truth regarding her husband’s death and a series of explosions in secret military facilities.

She refuses to believe that the series of explosions is random, but discovers nothing.

Her new unorthodox job exposes her to a new, intriguing world. She collects funny, tragic and dramatic stories about her guests’ *** lives in her deluxe rooms—stories about ***, cheating and forbidden relationships. She writes about her experiences and publishes a book about it

Her new fascinating life exposes the reader to amusing and even occasionally frightening stories.

The book also sheds light on Israel’s nuclear secrets
The ending is surprising and unpredictable.

The story is based on real life events; although names have been changed to avoid privacy invasion.


I loved this book so much that I am not even sure what to say about it.  It's definitely meant for a mature audience, it made me blush in a few spots.  It gets off to a very heartbreaking start, but has a fabulously surprising ending.

The stories that are related from the day use rooms are not told in the way one might expect, it's more funny than naughty and the book doesn't focus on them.  It's more about Dalia's life learning to cope with being a widow and it's a more interesting read because of it.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review but as always all opinions are my own.


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