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Helpful votes received on reviews: 53% (9 of 17)


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Samantha by K. Morris
Samantha by K. Morris
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good read, 24 Mar 2013
This is an exciting story, well written with some good Liverpool background. The main characters are well brought to life. Samantha, the student from a good background, drugged and date-raped by a pimp, seems credible.

Some of the strands haven't been tied up at the end and maybe that's just what the author intended.

The book is quite short and you can read it in one sitting. Because it is so readable you may want to do just that.

I recommend it.

PS One or two pages seem to have got out of order but I've had this trouble before with Kindle down-loads
The Art of Whoring - Adventures in Prostitution by George P. Saunders
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I read the first five chapters using "Look inside". There was so much repetition and the bad language just heightened the boredom. There are plenty of books about prostitution. This is one to avoid.
Hookers: Their Lives in Their Words by Julian Davies
The life stories of the working girls in this book, Hookers, so often start with bad family backgrounds, violence and poverty leading to working on the streets and drugs. Walking the streets is certainly the most dangerous way to be a working girl and Julian Davies seems to have focussed on the low end of the market.

For a different take on the business I recommend "Working Girl" by Eliana. She had a happy childhood, trained as a nurse but chose to become a working girl for the money. Her life has had ups and downs but for the most part it has been safe because she works in saunas. She provides a lot of detail about the business.

Incidentally, Kindle ranks "Working… Read more