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Too Old to be a Hooker, Too Young to be a Madam

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An erotic romantic novel.
A novel inspired by true events is a racy fantasia. It s a vivid portrait of April Moon, the charismatic Jewish American temptress born and bred in Beverly Hills, seduced by the lure of Laurel Canyon. Join the original flower child and her extra wannabe starlet party princesses on their journey of dangerous liaisons with the bold, the buffed and th
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Paperback, 383 pages
Published June 28th 2011 by Oral Canyon International Publishing
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Erma Steppe
Apr 09, 2012 Erma Steppe rated it really liked it



I was lucky to win this interesting novel. This is not a boring book. You would have to read it in one sitting if it contained pictures.:) The lady this book has been based on has burned through a lifetime in such a short time.I think in a way that's sad. I also believed she has done it her way and that's okay.

I did enjoy the quote, "Like dangling raw meat before a starving dog". A reference a man made regarding his addiction to alchol.
















Melissa
Feb 06, 2014 Melissa rated it did not like it
**** Received from Goodreads Giveaways*****

I think this book is going to have readers out there that will love it, but it's not for every reader.

If you are the type of reader who likes a book with a clear beginning, middle, ending and with a pretty clear well written plot then this probably isn't your type of book.

I found this book to be a bit to random for me, and sometimes hard to follow. It could be a fun read with a character who does and says what she wants, even to her own detriment. I di
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Pam Blankenzee
Mar 05, 2015 Pam Blankenzee rated it it was amazing
Great book. Great characters
Amanda
Dec 10, 2012 Amanda rated it really liked it
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The characters were interesting (to say the least). I laughed out loud at times. Quite enjoyable read. Sad at points since the main character, April, has lived her life in a short span however it has been a full life. Recommended book. I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.
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Jan 27, 2013 Annie rated it it was amazing
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I love these kind of books. I won this through Good Reads. Definitely keeps your interest, plus just a fun kind of book.
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Self-indulgent nonsense with no plot.
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“The Hermit
I’d gladly climb the highest steeple
To escape those middle minded people

Jet Set Wedding
I wake up screaming clutching my wedding band
The garnet ring is still a constant companion on my finger
But what happened to the marriage?

Fruitland Ave
He taught her not to love nor hate
And he my friend was double gate

The Closing
(On Death and Acceptance)
When he died the funeral took place at her bank
And sadly enough she’s down to her very last frank

The Misogynist
He sits on his throne a hilltop alone
For women’s neurosis cause men’s psychosis

Home Sweet Home
The neurotic builds the dreamhouse
The psychotic becomes his spouse

Monogamy
I’d rather be someone’s concubine, smell the honeysuckle
Taste the wine, than end up being a clinging vine

The Gour Maid
I like champagne, and french brie, and camembert
And men that don’t get in my hair”
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