Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish

Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish

by Karen S. Exkorn
Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish

Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish

by Karen S. Exkorn



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When virginal Rachel Levine is caught in a compromising position outside a trendy Manhattan bar, she has a chance encounter with a handsome hunk of Jewish man with intoxicating minty breath. Is he the “nice Jewish boy” her grandmother dreamed that she would marry? Or will his buff body and buffed fingernails blur the lines between nice…and naughty?

Striving to find the delicate balance between love, lust…and latkes, Rachel finds herself surrendering to her sexual cravings, with a hunger for more than just matzah balls. Over candlelit dinners with Manischewitz on ice, Rachel succumbs to the forbidden desires of her manly man…and her inner princess (Jewish American Princess, that is).

Bursting with humor and erotica, "Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish" is a pulsating, page-turning parody that will stir up your every fantasy…and your Jewish guilt (even if you’re not Jewish!).

The author donates a portion of the proceeds from book sales to autism organizations worldwide.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015572605
Publisher: Orange Press, Inc.
Publication date: 10/11/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 122
File size: 141 KB

About the Author

A woman of many “shades,” Karen S. Exkorn writes corporate keynote speeches by day and soft Jewish porn by night. She hopes that she does not slip one of her clients the wrong pages…

As founder and President of KAS Consulting, Inc. and Speak On, Exkorn creates and delivers innovative corporate training programs for Fortune 500 companies. An internationally known motivational speaker, Exkorn is a frequent lecturer at corporations and universities.

Exkorn is also the author of the best-selling book, "The Autism Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know About Diagnosis, Treatment, Coping, and Healing—From a Mother Whose Child Recovered" (2005 HarperCollins). The success of her book led to appearances on "Good Morning America," "Today Show," "The View," "CNN," "CBS News," "Nightline," "PBS," and articles in "The New York Times," "Town & Country," "Parents Magazine," "Child Magazine" and worldwide media.

With a B.A. from Brown University and an M.A. from the Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at NYU, Exkorn is a former professional dancer and performance artist known for her witty banter, dynamic prose and unique theatre pieces.

When she’s not on TV, writing, consulting, performing, dancing, mothering, running errands, making dinner, or walking the dog, Exkorn can be found trying to cram her body into a relaxing yoga pose.

Exkorn lives in New York with her husband, son, and dog.
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