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Confessions of a Working Girl Kindle Edition

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From the Author

Authors note:
I did originally start writing this around four years back, when no one
would publish a so called `torrid sex memoir' for fear of reprisal or being
too down market, so they said at the time.

I have written about my experience 10 years back, about how I started out
in the sex industry in a well run British bordello. The kind of which do
not really exist any longer, due to many factors, the law and technology
being the main two.

My book is graphic in places for some people, although toned down through
edit it is about working in a brothel after all. I hope it is amusing in
some places and yes it can be a bit grim in others.Sorry if from the cover
you thought I was going to sugar coat it, but hey, it is real life and that
life was and still is mine.I have never been good at holding back.

I do love what I do, I do not always like what I do though, there is a
difference. As for justifying what I do? Don't we all justify what we do,
other wise why do it, why should I be any different as a person in that
respect?

As for the audacity to have a handy hints guide to brothel work at the
back for other working girls? Excuse me if I don't want to leave others in
the dark. It is only my take on thing that helped me back then, but even if
a small part of anything I have learned along the way helps another lady,
keeps her safe or helps in the smallest way in reducing the STI rate in the
UK, just by making people think about safer sex? Then that would be good
with me.

The industry is not all glamorous, but then again it is not all grim. I am
an average woman with a less than conventional lifestyle and I am truly
happy. If I was not happy I would do something about it.

People buying my book will not make me give up being on the game or have
me retiring any time soon, if that's what people think?
Just because of a few pounds have been put away for when I might want to
call it a day when I am old and gray. As much fun as it sounds, lounging
around on a band wagon of so called `call girl lit' for an easy lay and
easy pay, is not the reason I wrote it.

There is after all no such thing as an easy buck, you would think people
would know that by now?

I only wrote Confessions of a Working Girl because a friend bet me that I
couldn't write a book and get it published. Silly Boy, he should have known
better! I like a challenging man.

Thank you to all that have bought it and read it so far.
Miss S x

About the Author

Miss S is a highly successful London-based paid companion. She began her career as a part time working girl in a brothel whilst she was a student, before moving on to agency work as an escort. She is now fully independent. Miss S is intelligent, articulate, hard working and ambitious. Above all, she loves what she does.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 566 KB
  • Print Length: 306 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1402214642
  • Publisher: Penguin (5 July 2007)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002RI9Z1S
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,659 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
Ok; well, what drew me to the book was the girlie pink front cover... then I read the back and it seemed like it would be a quick, light hearted, interesting read... which it was.

I really enjoyed reading it, it was quite amusing but at the same time quite an eye opener... I felt at times the author was trying to justify the profession but apart from that it gave quite a good insight into the girls behing the massage palour image. Quite humourous at times too; but also showed a darker side.

In short, if your after an eye opening, honest, amusing, easy read then this is the book for you... its quite addictive once you start reading it.
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Confessions of a Working Girl - Miss S

I'm always on the look-out for an easy-to-read, humorous and entertaining book to accompany me on train journeys between myself and my partner, and I have to give a lot of credit to the Author. I thoroughly enjoyed this book - So much so, that when I did in fact arrive at my destination, I could not wait to pick it back up once in the comfort of a squishy sofa and with a cup of tea on hand.
At first what attracted me to the book itself was the great choice of cover. It really appeals to my age group (16-30), with the eye-catching colours and simple yet pretty graphic. Once this and the back cover content had sunk in, I was simply way too curious NOT to buy it.
I started this book while making an hour-long train journey, and had gotten a third of the way through in that short-time. I had gotten through a fair few chapters, and realised that I was simply hooked on it, raring to find out more and read on.
It kept me thinking outside of the box, and constantly checking over my shoulder to make sure no-one else could see the text, which gave a rather `naughty' edge to it. The terminology was crude yet charming in places, alongside the men's nicknames! I found that in some places very graphic detail was given, but this was to be expected from the general title of the book and the summary on the back cover.
The Author has covered a subject of which is of increasing presence in our society today - If you do so wish to acknowledge it, It is, after-all, the OLDEST profession!
I would highly recommend this book to my girl friends, as I truly believe many would appreciate its authenticity and plain brilliance.
This book is a no-frills, open and honest portrayal of... Confessions of Working girl.
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Unlike some books that are quite similar, 'Confessions of a Working Girl' has an air of authenticity about it. Miss S is studying for a degree and, to make ends meet, she gets a job at a local 'Sauna'.

The book explores what it was like for her at the beginning, the paranoia that she suffered if she formed relationships outside the job and some of the stranger clients. I liked the feeling of honesty throughout the book and that Miss S didn't glamorise the job (unless you like the thought of being down the GUM clinic every few weeks!)

The only reason I have given the book three stars is that there seem to be so many other books that are similar, and this book doesn't really have much that is new to add.

It passes a few hours, but don't expect any surprises.
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Format: Paperback
Obviously, I like sexy books, or I wouldn't be reading this... I warmed to "Miss S" at the start, I liked the shy girl in a bordello stuff, and the bit about when she and her whore friends were really embarrassed entering a sex shop was amusingly ironic. After a while, I got really bored with her - the writing is very flat, she becomes very showy, "I'm so pretty, I made a load of cash, I'm really popular with the punters, drone, drone..." She also manages to write about sex in a really dull, matter of fact way; it feels as if I'm just reading a list. I'm about two thirds of the way through and will probably finish it, but without relish. It is true, as other reviewers have said, that it is a light, undemanding read. It is not especially funny, it is largely without irony, it seems very 'thin' and is mostly quite unsexy. The character analysis is terrible and most of the people she writes about could be interchangeable. Belle du Jour she ain't. Read it if you don't want to be stretched in any way ... but you won't learn anything, unless you're about 14 years old.
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I enjoyed this book but you need to take it as what it is, a true account of a working girl! People have been saying that it isn't a good novel but then it isn't a novel it is her account!

I believe this is well worth the read! I certainly couldn't put it down.
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I'm quite surprised at the negative reviews this book has got on here. I loved it from the minute I started reading it. It's a really easy, enjoyable read. It gets pretty graphic at times so when I was reading it on the train on my way to work I had to hold the book so people looking over my shoulder couldn't see it. I don't think it was written particularly badly either as some of the reviews suggest.

I have recommended it to loads of people as it is one of the best books I have read in a while.
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Loved this book from the second I picked it up. Miss S. writes in a fine free flowing fashion which entertains and paints pictures. She opened my eyes to the "workings" of a working girl!. I wish I had got this book for going on holiday, although with some of the words contained in the book, I may have needed to hide under a beach towel to read it to conceal what I was engrossed in!! For the 99p or something I paid, this book lasted a long time and I'm at a loss now that its finished....oh well, on to another I suppose. I have given it five stars and in my opinion, it's well deserved. If you like a little mixture of sex, fun, seriousness and an insight to men who use brothels then click the "buy" button.
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