A Round-Heeled Woman

by Jane Juska

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LoveReading View on A Round-Heeled Woman

I cannot admire this woman more. Not only did she have the guts to advertise that, aged 67, she wanted lots of sex but she also had the guts to write about it, frankly, charmingly, addictively, thoughtfully and bravely. It’s a joy to read, sexy, okay, but so much more than that. It is inspirational, for all ages.

Sarah Broadhurst

A Round-Heeled Woman Synopsis

Jane Juska placed her ad in The New York Times and the response was overwhelming. She took a sabbatical from teaching just to have time to respond and meet some of the men - the result is this engaging, funny and utterly frank account of her exploits. It's high time someone revealed the fact that older single people are as eager for sex and intimacy as their younger counterparts. Jane Juska's brave and honest memoir raises eyebrows and blood pressure in what is undoubtedly an inspiring account of one woman's daring adventures in sex and romance.

A Round-Heeled Woman Press Reviews

"Real and raunchy!"
Elle


"The best book about sex I have read in a long time."
Lynne Truss Sunday Times


"This is memoir that sings with passion...a seamlessly wonderful read"
Independent

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ISBN: 9780099466703
Publication date: 01/07/2004
Publisher: Vintage
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780099466703
Publication date: 1st July 2004
Author: Jane Juska
Publisher: Vintage
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 288 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, The Real World,
Categories: Sex & sexuality, sex manuals, Biography: general,

About Jane Juska

Born in 1933, Jane Juska has taught English for more than forty years in high school, in college, and in prison. A Round-Heeled Woman, her first book, has made her an overnight celebrity. She lives in Berkeley, California.

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