Sugarbabe: The Controversial Real Story of a Woman in Search of a Sugar Daddy

Sugarbabe: The Controversial Real Story of a Woman in Search of a Sugar Daddy

by Holly Hill
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Sugarbabe: The Controversial Real Story of a Woman in Search of a Sugar Daddy by Holly Hill


“Attractive, professional, well-spoken, well-dressed 35-year-old woman seeks sugar daddy. I live in Darlinghurst on a 17th floor unit with fantastic skyline views to the harbor. The unit also features very discreet and secure undercover guest parking. I am looking for exclusivity so will (theoretically) be available to you 24 x 7. I am single and don't have any children. I am also a fabulous cook and can provide gourmet meals should you require them. I am a qualified psychologist so I make an excellent listener, and I have a great love of conversation. I have also worked for many years in public relations so am a clever, charming companion in just about any situation. I love sex. I will require a generous weekly allowance in return for all of the above.”

Holly Hill (pseudonym) gave up her job at the behest of her wealthy boyfriend—and then found herself dumped and penniless. After spending six weeks in bed pining for her lost love, she was encouraged by a friend to be "open-minded" about her career choices—and ended up placing an online ad for a sugar daddy. She received an almost overwhelming response from all sorts of men, but most of them were married men whose wives had lost interest in sex. As Holly interviewed the men and settled on a candidate, she decided to record what happened next. Those almost-daily observations became a journal documenting Holly's extraordinary experiences—not just the men she meets, but the things she finds out about marriages, in particular, and what men need from them. Sugarbabe is her real-life account of the emails, meetings, employment of and interactions with the applicants for the role, and the five men she eventually chooses (not all at the same time!). It is by turns funny, enlightening, challenging and thought-provoking.

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ISBN-13: 9781616080341
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
Publication date: 07/10/2010
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 1,039,283
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Holly Hill was born and raised in regional Australia before moving to inner-city Sydney in 1989. She worked as a journalist before moving into public relations and corporate communications. She is the author of Sugarbabe and its follow-up, Toyboy. She lives in Sydney, Australia.

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Sugarbabe: The Controversial Real Story of a Woman in Search of a Sugar Daddy 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
MJas More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. This is an enlightening book and it really makes you think of sex differently. I am not saying you have to agree with her, but you will find yourself thinking about things a little differently. You can not take this book seriously and get mad or frusterated about things. You need to remember that this is an insightful book, looking at her life from HER point of view. Your opinion will probably differ. If you don't want her opinion and your not open minded don't read the book, you probably won't enjoy it. It's a great light read, with some intresting insights. I would recommend this, and have to friends.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was very good. I recommend very much!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Garbage of the best sort... totally irrational memoir of an aussie who finds herself a 'sugar daddy' online.... total,y creepy and disturbing and grotesque, and right up my alley...
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unfortunately, the author is not nearly as interesting or perceptive as she thinks she is. Mediocre writing and banal insights presented as keen perspicuity. Jillian Lauren's "Some Girls" is a much better-written and enjoyable read.
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YAAB More than 1 year ago
nice book cover, tho