Put Away Wet by Susan Smith

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ocelyn “Joey” Fellows is having a bad day. At twenty-two, she’s a college dropout who just got savagely dumped by her ex, Psycho Barbie. Joey works as a waiter in a pretentious, er, upscale Buffalo restaurant, the Heritage Room, with her best friend Steve, a gorgeous serial dater and gay man candy. He’s had enough of Joey crying in her beer over Psycho Barbie and convinces her to get back on the horse. Joey is adamant she doesn’t want a relationship. She needs time to heal and find out who she is. Steve informs her that she can find herself and get laid at the same time. With Steve as her cyber-pimp, Joey posts an online personal ad: Newbie seeking erotic adventures. Good hearted, would-be ethical slut seeks experience. Train me. No men, no cheating, no relationships. Just good clean sexual fun. Joey embarks on quite a few never-before anticipated adventures, gets licked into shape, and discovers along the way a joy in sexuality, a new sense of self, and a woman, Leela, who teaches her to embrace life, lust, and laughter

About Susan Smith

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Susan Smith is Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Sunderland. She is a contributor to "Alfred Hitchcock: Centenary Essays edited by Richard Allen and S. Ishii Gonzales" (1999).
Published August 1, 2008 by Bold Strokes Books. 288 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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