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Like most women, whether they’ve chosen the Fortune 500 career path or have had five kids by 35, Anna David wondered if she’d made the right choices. Then she came upon the book Sex and the Single Girl by Helen Gurley Brown, Cosmopolitan’s fearless leader from the mid-sixties to the late nineties. Immediately connecting with Gurley Brown’s unique message of self-empowerment combined with femininity, Anna vowed to use Sex as a lesson plan, venturing out of her comfort zone in the hope of overcoming the fears and insecurities that had haunted her for years. Embarking on a journey both intensely personal and undeniably universal, she becomes adventurous and spontaneous—reviving her wardrobe and apartment, taking French lessons, dashing off to Seville, and whiling nights away with men she never would have considered before. In the process, she ends up meeting the person really worth changing for: herself.
Poignant, revealing, honest, funny...this book is wonderful.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
It makes you think about your day-by-day actions and what are you doing for yourself and not for others... I recommend it!Published 20 months ago by Juliana Macedo
An inspirational little book -- I thought the author used just the right combo of humor and self-reflection. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Christa
Only two stars. Great message, but this book was difficult to finished. I was pretty bored reading it. Fiction is more captivating.Published 23 months ago by Anonymous
Hilarious and inspiring. Wished it wasn't over when I got to the last page. I've recommended it to many friends and reference it often. Read morePublished on October 19, 2013 by Patricia J Thompson
A very unique and honest voice. She doesn't hold anything back or sugar coat the story of the journey she is on. I look forward to more from Anna David.Published on July 31, 2013 by Tom O'Hara
Idea for storyline was unique...but, the writing style was just OK...not one of my favorites, although I always read Cosmopolitan and knew all about Helen Gurley Brown, whose ideas... Read morePublished on September 5, 2012 by fluffy
I consider this book a hand jumper. Meaning, I passed it by and it jumped into my hands. I'd never heard of Anna David before but will seek her out going forward. Read morePublished on July 20, 2012 by Lori F
I've never been a fan of Cosmopolitan magazine. Even when I was a teenager and young adult I thought it placed too much emphasis on sex and getting and keeping a man. Read morePublished on March 21, 2012 by Toni Campbell