Strip Girl

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Random House, Jul 7, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Shy, self-conscious Sarah is all too used to attracting male attention because of her ample bust and well-formed bottom, despite never really knowing what to do with it. Offered her dream job as a cartoonist, she is willing to sacrifice a little of her own dignity by drawing cartoons for men's magazines.

Unfortunately, the job also means sacrificing every last scrap of propriety for Sarah's heroine, the exquisite Celeste du Musigny, which has unforeseen repercussions, ensuring that Sarah comes to live out every last detail of her darkest and most secret fantasies.

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User Review  - penelopewanders - Goodreads

Here as part of the erotica spiral which resumed after the summer. Quite uneven I found. Some good parts but then it started going totally downhill for me towards the end. Dogfood??? Hello....? Read full review

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Aishling Morgan is an established and popular author of erotic fiction.

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