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by Tracy Quan

ISBN: 0007204396
ISBN13: 978-0007204397
Language: English
Publisher: Harpercollins Pub Ltd; ePub edition edition (June 30, 2005)
Pages: 288
Category: Contemporary
Subategory: Literature

ePub size: 1211 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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This is the diary of Nancy Chan, busy career girl, in her thirties, newly engaged and trying to balance job and romance

This is the diary of Nancy Chan, busy career girl, in her thirties, newly engaged and trying to balance job and romance. At least for a while.

This is the diary of Nancy Chan, um call girl, who lives and works . Based on the highly successful Salon

This is the diary of Nancy Chan, um call girl, who lives and works on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Although she’s in her thirties, she’s at the top of her career–a better today than when she was twenty-five. Based on the highly successful Salon. com column Nancy Chan: Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl, this wonderfully intelligent, sexually frank, rollicking novel gives us fresh insight into the machinations and politics of being an expensive call girl in the modern world. Tracy Quan pulls no punches, gives no apologies, and has written one of the best and most honest books yet on the topic.

Surrounded by dev Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl is a wonderfully intelligent, sexually frank, rollicking novel that introduces us to Nancy Chan, a um call girl who lives and works on the Upper East Side of Manhattan

Surrounded by dev Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl is a wonderfully intelligent, sexually frank, rollicking novel that introduces us to Nancy Chan, a um call girl who lives and works on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Nancy is full of contradictory desires; she frequently has to choose between making love and making money.

Читай онлайн книгу Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl на сайте или через приложение ЛитРес Читай. Sheer stockings, like a girl’s lubrication, should simply materialize, out of the erotic ether. Do not let daylight in upon magic. Unable to resist a bargain, I snatched up three pairs of half-price thong panties-cute little animal prints. Some fetishists are so easy to shop for. Others must wait.

From the Inside Flap. Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl is a wonderfully intelligent, sexually frank, rollicking novel that introduces us to Nancy Chan, a um call girl who lives and works on the Upper East Side of Manhattan

From the Inside Flap. Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl is a wonderfully intelligent, sexually frank, rollicking novel that introduces us to Nancy Chan, a um call girl who lives and works on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. On good days, she gets to do both

Tracy Quan read Xaviera Hollander's book "The Happy Hooker" when she was 10 years old and decided to. .As a writer, Tracy Quan first made a splash with her "Nancy Chan: Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl" column in Salon.

Tracy Quan read Xaviera Hollander's book "The Happy Hooker" when she was 10 years old and decided to be a prostitute. Her prior aspiration, to be a librarian, was due to her image of librarians as independent, working women who got to collect money in the form of library fines. Combining sex with a twice-weekly serial, the l column centered on Nancy as she juggles her 'straight' boyfriend and family with her clients and girlfriends' problems.

Funny how every call girl I know ends up with a certain type of regular. This semi-memoir is the mildly entertaining tale of the life of a Manhattan call girl

Funny how every call girl I know ends up with a certain type of regular. Eileen’s customers are fetishistic, Jasmine’s are among the quickest. This semi-memoir is the mildly entertaining tale of the life of a Manhattan call girl. The first half of the book is the best as the author describes the ins and outs of the girls' lives and schedules, keeping fit and limber, and their posh lifestyle. It tends to drag towards the middle as the characters worry about confessing their true work to loved ones, obsessive johns, etc. Close Dialog.

This is the diary of Nancy Chan, um call girl, who lives and works on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Most of her regulars don’t realize how long she’s been working.

Tracy Quan has written a delightful novel about a fictional Manhattan call girl named Nancy Chan, a successful thirty . Published by Thriftbooks

Tracy Quan has written a delightful novel about a fictional Manhattan call girl named Nancy Chan, a successful thirty something prostitute who is trying to work out how to continue to pursue her career in the context of an impending marriage to her fiance, Matt, a rising Wall Street type. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. Quan's character-driven story of a pricey call girl stewing over both important life decisions and day-to-day trivia was fascinating to me because she and I have both worked in the same profession but have had such very different experiences. Where my work has mainly been "small town," Quan has worked as an upscale, uptown, chic and elite call girl.

скачать книгу бесплатно. Allie went rigid-and looked rather startled. Like the proverbial creature caught in the headlights. If there’s a goddess, why would she allow cops to lean on teenage girls for blow jobs?

скачать книгу бесплатно. If there’s a goddess, why would she allow cops to lean on teenage girls for blow jobs? Without condoms! Gretchen added. Roxana cleared her throat but didn’t scold Gretchen for veering off-topic. Or for impugning Allison’s high school career. So much for limiting our introductions to ourselves! Do I detect a double standard?

A fun, witty, sexy, page-turning novel written by a real-life, high-priced Manhattan call girl. This is the diary of Nancy Chan, busy career girl, in her thirties, newly engaged and trying to balance job and romance. But Nancy is a high-class call girl, a fact her banker fiance, Matt does not know (he thinks she's a copy editor) and Nancy wants to keep it that way. With one foot in the bedrooms of her rich and demanding clients and one in the world of her fiance and his family, Nancy demonstrates, in her inimitable fashion, that if you know the dance, you can keep those two worlds from colliding. At least for a while. This wonderfully intelligent, sexually frank, rollicking novel gives us fresh insight into the machinations and politics of being an expensive call girl in the modern world. Quan pulls no punches, gives no apologies, and has written one of the best and most honest books yet on the topic.
Comments:
Pruster
It was well done, not my usual read but went along quite well. I enjoyed it.. Would recommend it to anyone who likes a good cops and robbers type read... Not that this is, but still the same area of interest

Venemarr
I'm so glad I bought it used for one cent, it was still overpriced. I bought it to occupy myself on my treadmill, but it bored me to death. Simply put,there is no plot. The characters seemed fake to me. In good books, characters seem like real people. She just describes one sex act after another, talks too much about jasmine(who seemed like the main character)and a hookers union. There is no story. The most ridiculous thing in the book is when the main hooker character goes to see her attorney and the attorney spills the beans on her future sister in law, saying "oh, she's doing undercover work now on.....". Right. An attorney is going to tell secrets to his hooker client. I'm an attorney, and I can assure the author that such an attorney would be disbarred. Stay away from this horrible book!!!!!!!!

HappyLove
If you're looking for a light but titillating read, then this is the book for you. It explores the hidden world of callgirls, and isn't afraid use racy dialogue and vocabulary, or explicitly describe the goings-on behind closed doors.

A Quick re-cap of the novel: Nancy is a 30-something callgirl who not only loves her job, but has aspired to be a prostitute since she was 10 (a little strange and far-fetched, but still fun). The book opens with Nancy performing a threesome on a client with her friend Allison, which immediately draws you into her world of sex. Nancy is also recently engaged to a handsome and loving "up-and-comer" in the banking biz who has no idea that his fiance gets paid to have sex. He thinks she's a copy-editor. The book storms through much drama as Nancy struggles with her desire to continue her callgirl exploits, and her desire to marry Matt and become the respectable wife she knows he deserves. She also has serious trouble with Matt's nosy sister, and her friend Allison's irresponsible ways.

A Few Flaws...SPOILER ALERT!

While I feel the book is overall very entertaining, there were a couple things that bothered me. One of them is Nancy's friend Allison. Allison, while her heart may be in the right place, causes trouble and grief for Nancy, and generally becomes an extrememly annoying character.

Also, there was a bit of a problem with proper closure at the end of the book. It felt a little like towards the end the action was moving along pretty well and then suddenly...the book was done. There were a few key plot-points that were never properly explored or explained. Such as, does Matt's sister, Elspeth, know about Nancy's true vocation? Why didn't Nancy ever confront Jason (Elspeth's husband, and her future brother-in-law by marriage) when she discovered he was sneaking around and seeing Allison behind his wife's back? (allegedly she didn't push the subject because she didn't want it to draw attention to her own life as a callgirl, but I feel there still couldn't have been some better closure on the subject). And finally, why wasn't the issue of Nancy's desire to be honest with her fiance Matt ever resolved? I expected her to eventually come clean and tell him about being a callgirl...but it just never happened, even though the idea was toyed with throughout the whole book.

However, the reason I gave this book 4 stars, despite its flaws, is because of it's brazen ability to bring the world of sex to light. In a country that was founded by prudes, we sometimes forget that sex, and the desire to have and enjoy sex is a natural and healthy thing. I'm not advocating prostitution, by any means, but I do want to applaud this books healthy acceptance of sex and desire. Nancy may have some problems, but at least she's very clear on her ideas of sexuality and its place in our world.

Qumen
While not the best-written or most compelling chick lit out there, Nancy Chan's diary is an entertaining and revealing look into the ups and downs in the world of the high-priced hooker. Especially in light of the Spitzer kerfuffle in New York, that world holds a lot of interest for us average, non-prostitute gals. Obviously there's quite a bit about explicit sex in this book, so it isn't for kids or the ultra-sensitive, but isn't a bodice-ripper either - no "throbbing members" here. Quan's - and Nancy's - approach to sex is matter-of-fact, ho-hum it's a job so why make a big deal? If you liked the Salon column, you'll like the book - same stuff, only more in-depth so you can finally found out what happened to Nancy outside the confines of the column. Recommended.

Nern
Read the sample and thought I might enjoy but I was wrong. The sample was the only good part in the book. It was down hill from there. No direction. No reality. No characters. Nothing interesting. Just an annoying attempt to emulate sex and the city. The main character was an amateur attempt at Carrie. Can't emphasize how badly written the book was.

Make up your mind. Is this a comedy? Was it even about being a call girl or a girl constantly complaining. I truly doubt the author has any idea how the sex industry works. More like a women trying to fantasize about being a call girl and being completely off, and worst, BORING. Unbelievable this book made sex completely boring I couldn't finish reading. I found Asa Akiras book much more appealing if you want a real legit look at the sex industry. Don't waste your money! I regret buying it!

Rindyt
This book was boring and not as good as the other hooker books. I thought it would be juicy it was too boring for my taste. Don't buy, save your money.

Flas
This book is hilarious. Very well written and a quick read.

I thought the book was great. I didn't mind the diary style at all, and it kept my attention the whole time. You don't generally find autobiographies on a topic like this, so I found it quite fascinating to get a real inside look, not the "Hollywood" version.

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