The Art of Undressing by Stephanie Lehmann

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Ginger's mother, Coco, used to be an exotic dancer, though now she makes her living selling sex toys and teaching classes like "The Fine Art of Striptease." A straitlaced, self-respecting twenty-five-year-old, aspiring pastry chef Ginger has no desire to follow in her mother's high-heeled footsteps. She's too busy trying to convince her sadistic French cooking school instructor of her talents in the kitchen.

When Ginger gets sweet on a fellow student, she finds herself ill-equipped in the art of seduction. And when she discovers she has a reputation for being "just one of the guys," suddenly, she's looking for some motherly advice on how to catch the man she loves.

 

About Stephanie Lehmann

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Stephanie Lehmann is the author of The Art of Undressing, Thoughts While Having Sex, and Are You in the Mood? A playwright and contributor to Salon.com, she lives in Manhattan with her husband and two children. You can visit Stephanie at www.StephanieLehmann.com.
 
Published March 17, 2005 by New American Library. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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