Diary of a Married Call Girl: A Nancy Chan Novel

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Three Rivers Press, 2005 - Fiction - 318 pages
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In this irreverent take on infidelity and modern marriage, newlywed topflight prostitute Nancy Chan finds herself struggling to adjust to the realities of domestic bliss. She’s honing her respectable image as the wife of investment banker Matt, cooking fashionable meals and taking his shirts to the cleaners. But now that she and Matt share a home, it’s getting harder to keep her career as an exclusive call girl a secret. Nancy fears what might happen if Matt finds out, but she can’t quite bring herself to give up her financial independence. And now Matt wants to start a family. Motherhood could jeopardize her business—and what will it do to her body?

Will Nancy have to give up her career to save her marriage?

If you’ve ever had a naughty secret or struggled with competing desires, this funny, insightful romp will strike a chord.

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The first Nancy Chan novel was okay; ultimately frivolous but funny. But this one wasn't interesting at all. Nancy's married now, and I found myself getting bored with her attempts to keep her husband ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Tracy Quan lives in New York City. Her previous novel, Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl, was acquired by Revolution Studios for a major motion picture, to be produced by Darren Star, creator of HBO's Sex and the City.

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