Friday, March 17, 2006

Seriously, I Need Help

Today's trippin' through the publisher catalog universe nets:

The Tuesday Erotica Club by Lisa Beth Kovetz, April 2006
(Hardcover $19.95 ISBN 1-40220-664-X)
Wickedly funny, deliciously sexy and poignant, this stunning novel depicts four women who turn a book club into a secret lunchtime gathering where they read their own erotic stories aloud. The women, aged 20 to 50, work at a law firm and reflect different worlds. Lux is a young, trashy secretary who, in the end, teaches them all what life is about. Brooke, a rich, debutante artist, is embedded in one of those relationships that would give most women nightmares. Aimee is pregnant and married to a man who is never there for her. And Margot, a brilliant 50-year-old lawyer, thinks she has it all but hasn’t had a female friend since she was seven. This novel is about their divergent lives and needs, and how they find themselves deeply bonding in their own very special community. Compulsively readable, The Tuesday Erotica Club will touch you in ways you cannot and would not expect.

Oh, and like Happy St. Patrick's Day and stuff.

4 comments:

Megan Frampton said...

Oh, all three of those sound good. I wish there was more time in the day to read--damn that vacuuming!

Nicole said...

I hate vaccuuming.

And yeah, these all sound really good!

Tara Marie said...

Gee, I hope my library system is ordering them.

Kate R said...

so is 'vacuuming' some kind of code for the ways that The Tuesday Erotica Club will touch us (in ways you cannot and would not expect.)