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November 25th, 2006

My First Review

Suzanne Portnoy

I know Suzanne Portnoy through the Sugasm. She has graciously given me a copy of her new book ‘The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker’ to review. This will be my first book review for my blog which is quite exciting.

From her press release:

“This true story of one woman’s sexual reawakening puts an end to the ‘No sex, please - we’re British’ myth. Whether it’s an afternoon sex romp in a London health spa ‘sauna,’ a casual encounter in a fashionable Soho club, or a parking lot quickie in the back seat of a convertible, Suzanne Portnoy proves there is indeed plenty of sex to be had in England. And anywhere else she finds herself.


Suzanne says: ‘My mother always said: ‘If you don’t ask, you don’t get,’ and it was with this thought in mind I embarked on a series of casual one-on-one encounters, the sole purpose being to have a good time. No commitment, no ‘I’ll phone you later,’ no expectation of any further contact - unless I wanted there to be’. So began her crusade to find the perfect weekend partner. Starting with a date with an insatiable 22 year old, followed by drinks with a man in his late 30s who obsessed more over his career than her low-cut top, and then a dinner date with a distinguished older gentleman with whom dinner was more memorable than the sex, Suzanne weighed the pros and cons of men at stages in life. That’s when she decided to post ads aimed at different kinds of guys, sample the generations, and let the best man win. “

Posted by Vixen in Reviews

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2 Responses to “My First Review”

  1. Suzanne Portnoy says:

    I hope you enjoy it and look forward to reading your review.

  2. Vixen says:

    Suzanne-Thanks again for giving me a chance to review it.

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