Secret Diary of a Call Girl
By Lorelei Mattison
Jan 10, 2009 - 11:27:35 AM

Belle Du Jour, a university educated, intelligent girl from a loving, warm family, is a call girl.  She has already broken the stereotype of the typical worker in the sex industry. She loves her work but questions herself every time she vows to stop it. Any man that wants to date her needs to accept that she is a call girl and that she is darn good at her job. She has no qualms doing whatever her clients want, and truly enjoys herself while she indulges them. Belle is one of London’s finest, serving the most interesting, high-end clients. She sees all types of men with all kinds of quirks. Any desire her clients have, she will fulfill.



In THE SECRET DIARY OF A CALL GIRL, Belle clues the reader in on anything you might want to know about her trade. She outlines her life story and answers every question about the sex industry. By the time you finish this novel, you will know it all, no holds barred, and you will have simultaneously blushed and tingled while pouring through the pages. This is not a sweet soft tale of romance, nor a sultry, erotic tale of sizzling romance. This is a “real life” or as close to real as we may know it, account of the high class sex industry. It is an inside look at a woman who plans her work, and works her plan. I couldn’t put THE SECRET DIARY OF A CALL GIRL down until I knew every lurid, steamy, often naughty detail about Belle and her life as a call girl to some very interesting men, with some very interesting desires.


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