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Insatiable: The Erotic Adventures Of A French Girl In Spain Paperback – 1 Oct 2005
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The bestselling true story of one woman's sexual adventures as a high-class call-girl, in the same tradition as Fifty Shades of Grey.
From the Back Cover
The true story of a young woman's life as a high-class call girl in Madrid.
When Valerie Tasso's found herself destitute after an abusive boyfriend ran off with all her money, she began to earn a living in prostitution. As a middle-class French girl, her sophistication and poise held an appeal that Spanish men could not resist. From sex in a graveyard, to unusual acts with coca-cola bottles, Valerie Tasso found this life far more enjoyable than she could ever have hoped.
In the tradition of Belle du Jour and The Sexual Life of Catherine M, Valerie Tasso's memoir is a riveting tale of sexual promiscuity.
Top customer reviews
This is not erotic and is hardly even 'sexual adventures' as the title suggests, it is mind numbing drivvle (she compares her orgasm to fusing with the Cosmos for goodness sake!)
If you want a page turner and something to increase your heart rate even slightly then I do not recommend you buy this nonsense.
Never mind - what is it like as a read?
It may be that it suffered from the translation process because there was scarcely a sentence in the first 40 pages that did not contain a word that did not fit the context. Some of the jarring malapropisms consisted of contradictions with previous statements, so they were not all accidental, but perhaps in the original language they create some picture of the character of the protagonist.
So you have to be determined to read beyond the first section of the book.
And then the authoress describes the most obviously dysfunctional 'relationship' I have ever read; entered into with the protagonist's insight flagged up in advance. This is the event that propels her into her experiences in a brothel.
If you are still with it, the book then becomes a better read (in the last quarter). There is still no eros, but descriptions of personalities which are quite coherent and writing that at least makes sense.
I have not finished the book but am now engaged enough to want to know how the story resolves.
Easy reading for bedtimes, evenings or holidays.
As long as you know what you are getting (don't expect this book to challenge the literary greats) Then this is the book for you
(on a similar level i would recommend Melissa P 100 strokes...)
If you are looking for a good read that will keep you turning the pages, "Insatiable" could be it. Other suggestions: "A Hundred Strokes of the Brush" and "Take Your Shirt Off".
Once i had got a quarter of the way through this book, i not only couldn't put it down, but I was sat on the edge of my seat to see what happened to her next.
The books draws you into it as if you are apart of it.
Although this book was quite tame in its accound of what happens to girls who choose prostitution as a way of life. I can recommend this book to anyone who wants an insight into prostitution.
What baffles me, assuming that all that was written in this book is true, is the lucidity with which the author narrates it all.
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