Freedom Year
At 21, Sofia Wren realizes that she is a total doormat. Her boss steals money from her. She gets her heart broken too many times. But when she starts losing friends because she is so passive, it really gets real. What is she doing wrong?
Sofia is ready to do just about anything to finally master being a "strong, independent woman" in real life, when her best friend suggests she try being more dominant and meet men who will not only give her all the power, but also clean her kitchen, treat her like a goddess, and give her endless pleasure for free.
As she pursues power, Sofia struggles once more to be and act like the best possible version of herself. How can she become a strong, empowered woman and get what the good girl inside of her wants-without going too far? What is a strong woman, exactly? And if the aim is to "be herself," then who is she really?
Whatever she's doing, it's not working and something has to change.In this coming-of-age story and memoir, Sofia Wren recounts the events during a pivotal year that awakened a new understanding of what true freedom and power look like.
Publication Date: 
August 5, 2020