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Author: Jeannette Angell
ISBN: 6202
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Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Absolutely f-ing awesome! I wish that I could go back and read it again for the first time!
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good story line...informative...billed as a "revealing, unflinching memoir of a University Professor by day and a callgirl by night"
I thoroughly enjoyed this book....
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Barry1776 avatar reviewed Callgirl on + 72 more book reviews
Talk about slumming it: When Jeanette Angell's boyfriend made off with her life savings, the 34-year-old college lecturer, sociology Ph.D, and former Yale Divinity School student began moonlighting as a $200-an-hour escort. Now married, this former callgirl bares all in her racy, strip-smart memoir, offering us an intimate peek into a rarely seen world.

Teaching by day and making "dates" by night, Angell led a double life for three years in the 1990s. From chaste food dates with a Boston restaurateur to a cross-dresser who just wants to wear her underwear, she describes her undercover encounters with a range of mostly ordinary johns, profiles her co-workers and their quirky madam, Peach, and recounts in unabashed detail the cocaine-and-champagne-fueled nights she spent as a top-dollar escort. Angell takes us between the sheets, but she also brings us inside the industry itself with her cogent insights about sex, companionship, and what call girls are really thinking on the job. Lonesome for an intelligent, titillating companion? Then give this Callgirl a ring.
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Jeannette Angell answers all the questions people asks about the "oldest profession in the world". Who does this? Why? What kind of guys use this service? and others questions by a callgirl who takes on a "moonlighting job" to help with expenses, while pursuing her dreams of being a college instructor in an honorable & upstanding school. & how she protects her identity, ect. while doing so. I enjoyed this book.
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I really enjoyed this book. She is a very interesting writer.