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on 7 August 2017
This book was a very well written book it was an honest account of the differing fortunes of a girl working in a sauna .It was told in great detail which maintains your interests throughout each chapter.
Well done Eliana for your first book it was a brilliant read,
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on 31 August 2015
This seems a truthful and honest account of the life of a working girl. She takes us on her journey of how she was drawn into the life, her successes and mistakes, regrets and advice for others thinking of doing the same. She tells us about the changes to the business before and since the recession and discusses the ideas of legalisation and regulation, and the impact of drugs and girls from Eastern Europe. It is entertaining and fascinating and amusing at times as well as informative.
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on 25 July 2017
Easy to read and very interesting. Honest and heartfelt tale about life as a prostitute. Thumbs up. Good book xxx
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on 19 January 2013
Brilliant read from Eliana's life as a working girl. Although in some parts she repeated herself, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this.
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on 7 April 2012
This book is a fascinating account by a current working girl who is still doing shifts in a sauna. Eliana qualified as a nurse but chose to become a working girl for the money. For some readers she may be almost too honest when she writes about clients who have asked for 'special services' including Christie the Creep, The Fight Promoter and Tom the Human Toilet.

She would like to quit the business but still needs to support the children she loves and who know nothing about what she does.

This book is far from being a misery tale. Nor is it fictionalised froth. It's an eye-opener and some readers will think of it as a walk on the wild side.

The lads mag "Knave" gave Working Girl a serious and very warm review: "We applaud Eliana for her bold and honest approach, which makes this difficult to put down...This book makes us feel like we've just gotten to know Eliana more intimately than any of her clients ever have".

Another magazine also praised Eliana for her "honest and fascinating account of the life of a working girl: maybe a little too honest for the more squeamish among you".

In essence, Eliana is NOT trying to titillate or shock the reader. She's telling what the life of a career prostitute is like who looks on her work as a job like anyone else who needs money to bring up her children.
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on 10 January 2012
Brilliantly written, could not put this book down.
I was fascinated by the different experiences and has put a whole new perspective on this profession.
If eliana is reading this good luck in the future you are an amazing, brave woman. !
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on 16 July 2013
A good, frank account of a day in the life of a prostitute. An interesting read, however there are some bits that a repeated more than once and should have been edited out. The book is an easy light hearted read and I would recommend it.
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on 21 April 2012
Really enjoyed reading this book bit of an eye opener but a good ready Makes you realise what the trade is about and how they are not just slurs but some are hard working girls trying to make a better life for them selves!
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on 28 January 2014
Totally brilliant,highly recommended. I couldn't put it down.
Honest, truth laid bare, no-nonsense account with funny bits.
Easy to read. One of my favorites by far.

Good luck to you Eliana
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on 15 April 2013
A good read
Some highs and lows where debts are concerned making the book believable, enjoyed reading this I would recommend this book.
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