The Dirty Girls Book Club (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Sep 4, 2012 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Every woman who joined the book club expected to expand their literary horizons. But when they stop reading the classics and start exploring the steamy side of fiction, they discover just how much fun reading can be…

When the book club makes their first erotic selection The Sexual Education of Lady Emma Whitehead, marketing executive Georgia Malone is surprised to find herself identifying with the main character. Like Emma, Georgia is a widow who has never truly experienced the joys of sex. But when she meets the spokesman for her newest campaign, Georgia’s long-buried libido is awakened.

Hockey star Woody Hanrahan is charming and cocky—the sort of man Georgia usually avoids. But while her mind is saying stay away, Georgia’s body is telling her to give in every time Woody comes near. Now as her book club explores the tantalizing extremes of fiction, Georgia is experiencing first hand, and for the first time, the real pleasures of the flesh, and fulfilling the desires that—chapter by chapter—are getting delightfully dirty. Woody is hers to command in a hundred deliciously wicked ways, but when it comes to writing her own happy ending, this dirty girl doesn’t just need his body—she wants his heart.

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Review: The Dirty Girls Book Club (The Dirty Girls Book Club #1)

User Review  - Megan - Goodreads

This was a steamy romance!! I loved it!!! It focuses on Georgia Malone, an advertising exec, and Woody Hanrahan, a star hockey player. The book is also about a historical erotica that her book club is ... Read full review

Review: The Dirty Girls Book Club (The Dirty Girls Book Club #1)

User Review  - Jessica Alcazar - Goodreads

Well that was disappointing and quite boring for the most part. The concept behind the stories I think has merit but this book really sucked LOL How do we go from a hot sexual encounter on page 10 to ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Savanna Fox has had a variety of careers, but fiction writing is by far her favorite, giving her an outlet to demonstrate her belief in the power of love, friendship, and a sense of humor.

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