Let's Get It On: A Novel

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Harper Collins, Jun 2, 2009 - Fiction - 268 pages
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A spicy, raucously satiric follow-up to Jill Nelson's bestselling Sexual Healing

In Let's Get It On, a group of savvy friends start what they couldn't find elsewhere—a "full-service spa" that caters to professional women. After opening a wildly successful spa in Reno (which turned the world's oldest profession on its head), Lydia Beaucoup and her friends Acey Allen and LaShaWanda P. Marshall decide to grow their business—with a new spa on a boat moored off the shore at Martha's Vineyard. Just like their Reno operation, this haven for pampering is unique. In addition to massage and reflexology, clients can purchase fabulous, multiorgasmic safe sex from men trained to please women.

But selling sex is never easy. Insatiable clients, mob extortion, and a federal government that wants to ban sex between unmarried people are just a few of the problems that threaten to take down A Sister's Spa on Martha's Vineyard.

Smart, sizzling, and wickedly funny, Let's Get It On is an outrageous tale of three women who push traditional envelopes in pursuit of empowerment, and a witty, forthright look at what women really want.

 

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Dreamed up and opened in Nelson's Essence best seller, Sexual Healing, A Sister's Spa is an unconventional business where professional women clients can get a relaxing facial, a massage, reflexology ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
23
Section 3
33
Section 4
45
Section 5
53
Section 6
63
Section 7
76
Section 8
92
Section 15
183
Section 16
185
Section 17
202
Section 18
209
Section 19
213
Section 20
224
Section 21
233
Section 22
246

Section 9
107
Section 10
125
Section 11
136
Section 12
145
Section 13
167
Section 14
175
Section 23
256
Section 24
264
Section 25
270
Section 26
271
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About the author (2009)

Jill Nelson is a journalist whose work has appeared in numerous publications, including the New York Times and the Washington Post. Her books include Volunteer Slavery, an American Book Award winner; Straight, No Chaser; Finding Martha's Vineyard; and Sexual Healing. She lives in New York City.

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