Day Use by Dalia Rosenfeld eBook Review #DayUse #Review



Day Use by Dalia Rosenfeld eBook

Day Use: Sex, Secret & Stories (Women’s Contemporary Fiction)

Things I Love & Learnt About the Day Use by Dalia Rosenfeld

Day Use by Dalia Rosenfeld is one of a kind book…It is bold, thrilling, fun, and a little spicy at times…In this novel, Dalia Rosenfeld wrote about real life events and stories and real people (the names were changed for privacy purposes). Personally, I believe that reality is always better than fiction and this book is a perfect example of such thing…

Dalia Raz, a successful ceramic artist, is suddenly struck by tragedy when her husband is killed in a mysterious explosion. Dalia cannot find peace and refuses to believe that his death was random or accidental…She opens a business renting rooms by the hour for sex, and in the same time she fiercely embarks on a desperate search for the truth behind her husband’s death. This is how she is suddenly exposed to a new intriguing world…Day Use is a collection of true stories that she collected  about her guests: stories about sex, cheating and forbidden relationships…I enjoyed the book very much!!!

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About the Author

2Dalia was born is Israel, she is the 9th generation of a family of the old Israelite settlement and the founders of the Jewish state. She is married to Eli, a business man and a mother of 3 children.
Dalia has recently established a luxury compound with deluxe rooms for hourly rental for intimacy purposes. This compound was her inspiration for writing the book.
Dalia is a business woman, the owner of “Hamsa”, which imports jewelry and fashion from the Far East and markets them in dozens of stores. She also owns 4 private stores where she sells her product exclusively.
After her military service, she got married and became a journalist and wrote a weekly gossip column. She was the spokeswoman and PR of the Beer -Sheva City Theater, near to where she lives.
After she left public service, she began her career as a business woman and importer.

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