"A caviar and foie gras freefall of uninhibited, delicious and tantalizing sex."--Toronto Globe.Not Since Henry Miller has a book about sex caused such a furor. A National Best Seller, Gael Greene's Blue Skies, No Candy was greeted in 1976 with shock and outrage by male critics and was championed by women. Ads for the daring paperback were banned from New York City's subways. But it has continued to be an underground classic of erotica decades after going out of print."Bed is where I'm making it these days..." Thus begins the witty and utterly uninhibited confessions of Kate Alexander. Kate is a woman who has everything: professional success as a screenwriter, adoring husband, well-balanced offspring...all the ridiculous, delicious trappings of celebrity in Manhattan. But the panic of turning 40 and the struggle to stay at the top in a profession where there are few women have eroded her confidence. The one place she feels comfortable is...bed. Behind the devotion she feels for her husband Jamie is a hurricane of sexual energy. Her afternoons are devoted to acting out erotic fantasies that crowd her head. None of this must ever threaten her life with Jamie. But then she meets Jason the urbane Texan who is her match, the man who knows Kate better than she knows herself. Their odyssey through the truffle fields of France, as Kate dares every carnal risk, escalates into...
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July 04, 2011
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