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Description - Girl with a One-Track Mind by Abby Lee

Bridget Jones meets Belle de Jour in these candid and colourful diaries of a sassy Londoner's sexual adventures

The bestselling book that changed the way we talk about sex...'They say men think about sex every eight seconds - I want to know what they think about for the other seven...'Abby Lee is smart, sassy, and perpetually single. Frustrated with her mediocre love-life, she's now looking for the kind of sex she's always wanted. This is the intimate diary of her extraordinary journey.Never one to turn down an opportunity - even if it does include the use of a whip, the thrill of the outdoors, or the involvement of a third party - Abby enthusiastically romps her way through a series of one-night stands, casual flings, and same-sex shags.But as she revels in her sexual quest, Abby meets Blog Boy and begins to wonder- will she ever be able to give up the bed-hopping and finally settle down?

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780091912406
ISBN-10: 0091912407
Format: Paperback / softback
(198mm x 126mm x 20mm)
Pages: 320
Imprint: Ebury Press
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Publish Date: 3-Aug-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Abby Lee

Zoe Margolis, aka Abby Lee, is a writer, journalist and TV pundit. She is a frequent contributor to the Guardian and the Observer, among other publications, and a regular commentator on sex and feminist issues on the BBC s Review Show, Newsnight and Woman's Hour. Her sex-positive writing led to her being an ambassador for the young people s sexual health charity Brook, for whom she campaigns for improved access to sex education for under 25s.

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