Dark Chocolate is about a journey of an absolute straight woman who turns to a lesbian relationship for solace and peace of mind. No matter what type of relationship you are in, there are rules, but rules in a lesbian relationship are something that a lot of people don’t understand.
Previously, there were heavy discussions on Section 377. Sheeba did freak out, but she stood by her partner at all times and made her comfortable with who she was.
In India, people cannot voice about getting a divorce or getting into a gay relationship, but Sheeba broke all the norms.
She has tried all the bad and good stuff in life. She knows what to choose and what to disregard—a strong woman in a not-so-strong body.
Sheeba’s relationship with her partner is not about sex but about finding a soulmate, a friend and a lover.
Rosemary McDermott (whose pen name is Rosetta) was born in a remote village in Orissa to a Catholic father and a Rajput mother. Rosemary was adamant to complete her studies and equipped herself with speaking English fluently. She completed her graduation when she was thirty-four, as neither she nor her parents could afford the education earlier.
She has fought all odds and is currently leading a comfortable lifestyle.
A single mother to an eleven-year-old girl and a multitasker, Rosemary has been running a boutique called “Rosette” for the past three years; she is called a “designer” by her friends.
This is her first attempt at writing, and she feels she can motivate women of her age with her life experiences. If even one person is touched by this book, it would mean the world to her.
Currently, she is enjoying her singlehood comfortably with a satisfying career.