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The Dot.com Call Girl, A Silicon Valley Escort's Memoir Paperback – February 15, 2008
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As expected in this kind of book, there are lots of strange and rich client encounters described. There is some really erotic sex and group sex described in lovely detail, and there are some fascinating insights into why happily married, rich and powerful men, who love their wives and family, hire the services of an upscale escort. Like the courtesans of legend, being a good listener and conversationalist ranks very high on her client's wish list. She has some advice for women, many of whom she properly describes as gold-digging wives, who really don't want to have sex with their husbands except on rare occasions and then only as a wifely duty. She is an example of one woman who understood that women have all the real power and she knew instinctively how to use it. She was able to keep her secret life secret and run it strictly on sound, fair, honest and honorable business principals. She avoided the temptations of drugs and alcohol, always practiced safe sex (with her trade mark "pink condoms") and didn't allow her choice of careers to destroy her. She probably knows more about men, love and marriage than most marriage councilors or psychologists. Since she came from an upper-middle class family, she didn't fall into the trap of suddenly earning a ton or money and then going crazy spending it like a drunken sailor. This memoir will provide the reader with a different insight into world of a sensitive, upscale professional sex worker. If anything, this woman has her feet so grounded in reality that she would probably be considered boring by some of her freaky competitors. She definitely didn't emerge from the clubbing scene and she passes on some of her intriguing, clear-headed insights into men, relationships, and the continuing sexual revolution. This is the complete opposite of another recent book "The Price: My Rise and Fall As Natalia, New York's #1 Escort" by Natalie McLennan (Check out my review on Amazon, if you wish).