Erotic American Classics, Vol. 6: Dry Hustle Kindle Edition
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about a young woman trying to find her identity. Through a series of events, she finds herself in the world of drug smuggling, hustlers, and
eventually teams up with a delightful con woman, who teaches her the art of the "dry hustle".The language is rough, the sex is explicit, and
the author finds all kind of new approaches, locations etc for the erotic scenes. The love affair our heroine has with a handsome male
hustler she meets on the road is really over the top sexy.
But, you end up really caring for the people in this novel. Its part female buddy movie, as the two women travel the country,
turning men on and talking them out of their money. But, its also a journey of self discovery for the heroine, a bit of an innocent swept
up by a wild world.
I loved it. Wish author Sarah Kernochan were writing more books!!!! Seriously...I am waiting.
its been awhile sence I have laughed so hard I cryed thinking abought my old buddys doing some of the samething. Just onething to say about it you'll LOVE IT. GREAT JOB!
indelible characters ever and apparently based on a true person. Kristal sees
Randy as a potential partner, so she teaches Randy the refined art of the "dry
hustle": arousing a man's sexual expectations and then making off with his cash
instead of delivering the goods. Basically a dry hustle is advanced c***teasing.
The two women go on the road, practicing their nefarious trade from strip
joints to hotel lounges, from Vegas casinos to an exclusive ski resort. A lot
of the fun of the book is in keeping track of the never-ending scams, as Randy
falls deeper under Kristal's spell. But then a fellow con-artist named Cody
crosses their lives, and all bets are off. The sex scene with Cody is the
erotic centerpiece of the novel, but there's also a scene where Randy is
pleasuring herself with a TV game show on in the background that is just
I read this book back when it was first published in the late 70's, when
feminist sex sagas like Fear of Flying and Kinflicks were all the rage.
Revisiting Dry Hustle now, I find it even better than I remembered. The writing
is sharp and smart, the characters are classic, the story is as cunning as...
well, a dry hustle. I highly recommend it.