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Friday, August 8, 2008

The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker

My friend Suzanne Portnoy has published two eye-popping erotic memoirs that you have to read to believe. You can find them at a really interesting new website called Read and Review. 

Click here for my review of the first, "The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker" and here for the second, "The Not So Invisible Woman."

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jenny,

    Can't wait to pick up your book!

    Me and my wife of twelve years
    (together for 18) have
    started the conversation of opening
    up our marriage to me meeting, flirting,and perhaps dating
    new people.

    I've been struggling for years over jealously of my wife's sexual experience. Years of therapy, medication, and endless arguments and projections have had no lasting
    effect in helping me get over my issues.

    I was a late bloomer and
    didn't have as nearly as much experience as she had and it's been eating away at me since the beginning of our relationship. I love my wife and never want to leave our marriage but never knew what to do to be happy.

    We started talking about it after
    I met a woman at a party that I was at alone and had an amazing connection with. We kissed and talked but that was all. I felt so amazing afterwards. My jealously began to fade immediately and my sense of self confidence started to elevate. I started to feel like maybe I might have to get out of my marriage to explore other options. But I really didn't want out.
    I was going to have to
    talk to my wife about somehow allowing this in my life and our marriage. Of course I expected her
    to refuse and be completely hurt by the suggestion, but to my pleasant
    surprise, she is indeed open to it.

    My wife knew this day would come. Knowing my issues and all of the problems they have caused us, she is completely willing to do what's necessary to make me a happier person and keep our marriage together. We have always been best
    friends and she never wants that to

    I always thought that people who had open types of relationships were the ones with problems, but I
    I'm beginning to realize that
    perhaps this will be the best thing
    to keeping us together forever.