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Finally, in the most clearly autobiographical story, a writer gives up on the commitment-impaired men of New York and goes to London to find a husband. There she trolls for the typical Englishman--"a guy who had sex with his socks on, possessed a microscopic willy, and came in two minutes." Bushnell is famous for this sort of sexual brashness, and the book is full of her sharp wit, both in and out of the boudoir. She also clearly enjoys her characters and their misadventures, with one exception: the politically correct Winnie, with her distaste for alcohol, night life, and casual sex, inspires an odd sort of authorial contempt. Otherwise, though, Bushnell's ironic takes on the sexual foibles of the rich and famous are mordant, mischievous fun. --Lesley Reed --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I nearly fell out of my chair I was laughing so hard. Do you have to be from New York to find this funny? It's so close to reality it's scary.Published 1 month ago by Carmel
I had just read One Fifth Avenue and that was a fairly absorbing story. This book however is awful. Am half way through and completely done with it. Read more
Very similar to SATC stories. Basically four short stories of four different ladies who seem to have blonde hair.
If you had nothing else to read, then go ahead....
Not quite sure what this was about or the point of it was. Only finished it to see if the stories all tied together. VERY disappointed.Published 9 months ago by Rhonda Proctor
This was a boring book. I did not like the topics covered. Would not recommend to anyone else at allPublished 9 months ago by Cathie Raible
In the second of the four novelettes that comprise Candace Bushnell's "Four Blondes," a woman sits down to read the Amazon customer reviews for a journalist acquaintance's latest... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Aletheia Knights
While this was an easy read, I found myself wondering when it was going to get better. Not her best workPublished 11 months ago by MMJ