Sara, 35, lives in downtown Oslo and works as Head of Communications in a private company. Nothing happens in her life that she hasn’t planned for or taken into account. She doesn’t allow anybody to get close to her or to gain any kind of power over her. Sara has strong opinions about most things, especially about the relationship between women and men, women in general, gender, sex and body.
But when she meets Jonathan, something changes. Suddenly Sara has to think before she answers. Jonathan quickly gets under her skin, and Sara loses control.
Self Care is a novel about desire and falling in love, and about the need to see through everything around you without being seen yourself.