Penguin Book

Between the Sheets

Scarlett O'Kelly

The true story of one woman's surprising and daring plan to beat the recession.

What do you do when you become a statistic - jobless, hopeless and mired in debt? Well, one Irish woman answered that question by becoming an escort. And in doing so, she discovered a side of herself she could never have imagined.

'I am an ordinary mum getting on with life. I'm someone who you would comfortably chat to at the school gates - perhaps you have - or in the doctor's surgery or while queuing at the post office. I am basically anyone who looks like an attractive, educated woman hitting forty. How I pay my mortgage, fund the children's hobbies and put food on the table may make me unusual, but I hope it doesn't change who I am.'

Between the Sheets is an explicit account of a year spent working in a way that is unimaginable to the average woman, and a gripping description of the high price of living a double life. In learning her clients' deepest fears and desires, the author saw a side of men she never expected, a side she believes remains hidden from most women. And, much to her surprise, she came to the conclusion that by letting go of their hang-ups and embracing their sexuality, ordinary women just like her could increase their confidence and build stronger relationships.

The author is and shall remain anonymous.

Publication date
  • Biography and Memoir
Format TPS
234 x 153mm
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