Confessions of a Working Girl: A True Story

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FOR $6,000 A NIGHT, WOULD YOU?

Miss S is smart, sassy, sexually frustrated, and broke.

A university art student with rent money due, she spots an ad for a different type of student job - in a brothel. Offered a job on the spot, Miss S is amazed by her new working world. Suddenly, she can earn enough money doing something she is good at and get all the sex she needs. That is, if she can find a way to fit in ...

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Overview

FOR $6,000 A NIGHT, WOULD YOU?

Miss S is smart, sassy, sexually frustrated, and broke.

A university art student with rent money due, she spots an ad for a different type of student job - in a brothel. Offered a job on the spot, Miss S is amazed by her new working world. Suddenly, she can earn enough money doing something she is good at and get all the sex she needs. That is, if she can find a way to fit in with fellow working girls such as Tina the house snitch and Carry the resident shrink... not to mention the bizarre cast of clients.

Everyone has a skeleton in their closet, a dirty little secret... you know the one I mean. I don't feel ashamed of mine. People are always interested in the details when they find out what I do, but are slightly ashamed to ask questions. I don't mind, as long as they are discreet.

Confessions of a Working Girl is the true and intimate diary of Miss S's extraordinary first year in a brothel, revealing what goes on behind the secret curtains of sex for hire and what a Gemini half hour really involves ...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402214646
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2008
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 989,600
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Miss S is one of London and New York's top escorts.
She is university educated, and escorting is her career of choice.

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The fact is, the more sex I have the more I crave it. I don't see it as an addiction - more of an indulgence. Everyone has a vice, it just happens that mine is sex. It's like being an athlete of sorts: the passion, the build up, the mental focus and physical pursuit of a goal is like a sexual sport, and one I adore. I have tried not to be too graphic as I write, but the act is graphic, sex is graphic ... "Making love" is a whole different ballgame - indeed, having sex makes me appreciate "making love." To me it's not better or worse just...different. I find great pleasure in both depending on what mood I'm in and who I am with of course!

Everyone has a skeleton in their closet, a dirty little secret, you know the one I mean. I don't feel ashamed of mine, just apprehensive about what I did. It's such a big taboo, but the general public are more accepting than you think. People are always interested in the details when they find out what I do, but as it ticks over they feel slightly ashamed to ask questions. I don't mind as long as they are discreet. I have gotten past the point of being embarrassed; there's not much that shocks me, I have been there and done it all before.

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  • Posted January 24, 2010

    Worth the Read

    This was one of the few Memoirs that I have actually enjoyed reading from beginning to end. It read like fiction or a novel. I enjoyed the way the author was able to protray prostitution as a legitimate way to earn a living while addressing the stigma placed on it.

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  • Posted February 9, 2009

    Rivitting!

    This book sucked me in. Hot, sexy, steamy story of a college student who turns tricks on the side. Shows the inside world of prositution, the ups, downs, excitement and danger. Great beach read!

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