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Whatever She Wants: True Confessions of a Male Escort Paperback – 5 Feb 2009
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Because sometimes the best things in life aren't free ... the wonderfully revealing memoir of one of London's top male escorts as he discovers exactly what it is women want
About the Author
Andrew Rosetta works as a male escort in London . He was the recent winner of the Escort of the Year category at the Erotic Awards and is a leading member of the Sex Workers' Union. He wishes to remain anonymous
Top customer reviews
The author comes across as immensely likeable, funny, intuitive and he has his own very solid moral code of conduct. The book really makes you think about the world's oldest profession and why there is a very real need for it. I came away thinking that this is an industry that needs to be fully legalised and regulated, not driven further underground.
Oh, and the sexy bed-adventure bits are great too!
It shows that although the money can be lucrative its not in the least glamorous and and takes a heavy toll on personal and family relationships.
Many women need to be first seduced through their mind but this book reveals that there are also a lot of women who have animal instincts (as is often the case in men) and just want sex.
The most positive aspect of the book is that disabled people or those who have not been fortunate to experience sex in a normal loving relationship can have the opportunity through an escort. In some cases it gives them the confidence to look for real love.
Unlike at least one of the male 'whore lit' books that rushed out following the success of Belle, this one's actually true. One thing that confirms that is his admission that for male escorts, nearly all clients are men. He leaves this to the end of the book, with the story of the one who landed him in the most trouble.
'Whatever I'm prepared to do with him' wouldn't have been such a commercial title and the rest is filled with what publishers want, because they think that it's what readers want: a variety of stories about female clients.
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