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Diary of a Married Call Girl (Nancy Chan Novels) Paperback – 5 Jun 2006
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Reviews for ‘Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl’:
‘Bridget Jones with attitude.’ Guardian
‘Fun to read…marks the transition of erotica from hide-it-under-the-bed to read-it-on-the-tube…Her sex scenes are delightful.’ The Times
'New York's latest literary sensation.' Independent
'Frank, fizzy, and not for the faint-hearted.’ YOU Magazine, Mail on Sunday
‘Chock-full of bad-girl secrets…tantalizing.’ Cosmopolitan
‘If you want a sassy read about a sparky New Yorker trying to juggle her professional and private life, then you'll love this…A startling debut that's a cross between “Bridget Jones's Diary” and “Pretty Woman”…You can forget the anonymously-written “Belle Du Jour”, that rather limp-wristed, supposedly true account of the working life of an upmarket London prostitute which was published to huge fanfare earlier this year. “The Diary Of A Manhattan Call Girl” is not only 10 times funnier, it actually has a storyline.’ Daily Mirror
‘Unexpectedly wise, observant and best of all – fun.’ Los Angeles Times
‘A new perspective on the world's oldest profession.’ Honey
The witty, sexy sequel to Tracy Quan's bestselling "Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl". Like everyone, Nancy finds that as life goes on, she has to adapt. She's learning to hone her respectable image as the wife of investment banker Matt, cooking fashionable meals and taking his shirts to the cleaners, while turning a few tricks on the side. Volume is down, but the sex is kinkier. And she finds herself pulled into the discreet subculture of the married call girl. Some women's husband's know what they do, some don't, and some 'know, but don't know.' Nancy's is in the dark, although her best friend Allison's increasing presence in the media spotlight threatens to expose Nancy's secret. Meanwhile, Matt wants a baby, but Nancy isn't so sure. Motherhood could end her career for good - and what will it do to her body? Will Nancy have to give up her career to save her marriage? What if she becomes the frumpy wife her clients often come to her to escape? Fans of Quan's first Nancy Chan novel, readers of Candace Bushnell's "4 Blondes", and anyone who enjoys a walk on the wild side will love this revealing romp.See all Product description
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Not only that, the book was poorly written, dull (which is no mean feat given the subject matter!) and tedious. None of the characters leapt off the page to me and the whole thing just passed in a monotonous beige haze. I do not recommend this book.