Saturday, March 24, 2007

Tracy Quan - Diary Of A Manhattan Call Girl

Diary Of A Manhattan Call Girl
Quan's 1st book
1st book featuring Nancy Chan, high-class Manhattan call girl
226 pages
Harper Perennial

This is a fun, witty, sexy, page-turning novel written by a real-life, high-priced Manhattan call girl. This is the diary of Nancy Chan, busy career girl, in her thirties, newly engaged and trying to balance job and romance. But Nancy is a high-class call girl, a fact her banker fiance, Matt does not know (he thinks she's a copy editor) and Nancy wants to keep it that way. With one foot in the bedrooms of her rich and demanding clients and one in the world of her fiance and his family, Nancy demonstrates, in her inimitable fashion, that if you know the dance, you can keep those two worlds from colliding. At least for a while. This wonderfully intelligent, sexually frank, rollicking novel gives us fresh insight into the machinations and politics of being an expensive call girl in the modern world. Quan pulls no punches, gives no apologies, and has written one of the best and most honest books yet on the topic. [synopsis from]

This is a BC bookring I have to finish and send on as soon as manageable. Can't wait to read it.

First sentence:
"Today I had the most embarrassing experience - with one of my regulars."

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