A novel that tells us of love in the 21st century, but, above all, a novel about self-love, personal growth and the fight against social standards.
Karma (Laura) is a woman who is close to thirty. She works as a telephone operator in a department store and shares a flat with her friend Roberto. They are a galactic duo and work better than any conventional marriage.
Karma’s life takes a 180 degree turn when she meets Leo, her Tinder match. Leo ends all her fears and makes her feel like a goddess in bed and out of it.
However, she still lives with the monsters of her past, with the burden of weighing more than what society accepts as normal, with the need to return to therapy, and with the belief that her self-esteem is not really as strong as she thinks.
Karma is a bit of all of us, Karma is made up of all the women who inspire me, Karma is me.
Why should an empowered woman break the mould when a man appears in her life?