The Tuesday Erotica Club by Lisa Beth Kovetz

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"Who knew writing about and reading about dirty sexual peccadilloes could be so cathartic and life-affirming?" --Kirkus Reviews

Four women meet in an empty conference room. Each is slightly nervous, slightly intrigued and all are armed with steamy fantasies of their own creation. What was once a boring lunchtime literary club is transformed into something else, something forbidden, something that will make them forever friends.

"A clever and bawdy debut with characters that immediately transport the reader onto a sexy rollercoaster ride of fun. A daring novel of shared female fantasies that most women would never reveal in polite, or for that matter, impolite, company. --Suzy Parker, author of Sex in the South

"A sexy, raucous adventure about four women discovering the best secrets of friendship, work and love." --Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, author of Random Family

"This is the debut of an obviously gifted writer whose ear for dialogue and eye for detail (to say nothing of the sensual and sexual sort) put Lisa Beth Kovetz's name on my list of authors to look forward to reading." --Laura Van Wormer, bestselling author of Riiverside Drive

"An always entertaining account of four strong characters who become friends and, in the end, much more." --Booklist

"When Lisa Beth Kovetz wrote The Tuesday Erotica Club she was in an erotic mood. Join the club and have some fun!" --Sidney Sheldon

About Lisa Beth Kovetz

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Lisa Beth Kovetz is an award-winning writer, producer, playwright and stand-up comic. Her company, Flying South Productions, produces children's media and short films. Kovetz's play "David's Balls" appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, has been translated into Romanian for the Pearl of the Carpathians Theater Festival and is now on a three-year run in Bucharest. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
Published April 1, 2006 by Sourcebooks Landmark. 336 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Four women learn that erotica is far more pleasurable than poetry.

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