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Blue Skies, No Candy Paperback – August, 1983
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Not that I have anything against erotica. Anaiis Nin wrote literature. This book, though, is just same ol' same ol' page after page. Is there an actual plot? Well, yes, ultimately it comes down to ... not will it be Man A or Man B, but will Kate wake up and grow up? Apparently not. She's a greedy child who deserves what she'll probably settle for: being ultimately subsumed by a sexy control freak who (1) can be horrendously brutal and (2) wants what HE wants every time. If it happens to coincide with her pleasure, fine. If not, it'll be his way, whether he resorts to "accidentally" making her miss a crucial connection, or setting her up to lose a chance to work with Ingmar Bergman.
Meantime, she can continue revelling in her sex addiction. My personal bottom line: Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.
And BTW, I am a certified sex therapy diplomate and licensed marriage and family therapist. I've written several books, including "Put Your Big Girl Panties On and Deal With It." Too bad Kate couldn't do likwise.