Searching for the G Spot

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Artemis Arts Library, 2004 - Fiction - 212 pages
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Searching For The G Spot is a comedy about a baby boomer marriage on the verge of divorce. In a final desperate attempt, the wife tries to save their marriage by getting away from their high-powered careers. Impulsively, she signs them up for a Tantric Sex Workshop in the Virgin Islands. There Ralph and Paula Neuman attempt to renew the sparkle in their sex lives. Some of the characters they meet are a naughty gynecologist, a Brazilian psychic healer on the lam, an ambitious colonic therapist, a husband-hunting spiritualist, an ex-taxi cab-driving guru, and a naive millionaire rancher. All these people are in competition to find their sexual and spiritual G spot. This is a good read and a hearty belly laugh. Peller Marion is the author of fiction and non-fiction books. She wrote Shopping Lessons, Crisis Proof Your Career: Finding Job Security in an Insecure Time (Carol Publishing, 1993, hardcover edition); Crisis Proof Your Career: A Planning Guide for Job Security and Satisfaction in the '90's (Berkley, 1994, paper trade edition); and the editor of The Corporate Transition Newsletter.

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