Female Superior Position by Susan Crain Bakos

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Take an erotic, earthy, riotous journey through the bodies and hearts of America with outspoken heroine Carolyn Steel. Millions of men and women read her monthly erotic advice column in Playhouse Magazine. But Carolyn's status as the Superlady of Sex proves dangerous when she receives death threats.

About Susan Crain Bakos

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Susan Crain Bakos is known the world over as a writer on sex, from nonfiction books ("What Men Really Want," "Sexual Pleasures"), to a novel ("The Female Superior Position"). She writes many articles for magazines such as "Penthouse," "Redbook," and "Cosmopolitan," and is currently editor of the "New Women's Forum," She lives outside of New York City.
Published June 1, 1994 by Zebra. 313 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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The talk-show sequence that opens the book is a wonderful pastiche and typical of its strengths: On an Oprah-like program about women who enjoy sex too much, Carolyn Steele, a New York reporter who pounds her beat in black miniskirts and four-inch heels (with tasteful matching underwear), is atta...

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Carolyn Steele, sex columnist for Playhouse magazine, appears as an ``Easily Orgasmic Woman'' on the Olive Whitney talk show.

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