Three Women

Three Women has been publicized a great deal this spring and summer and I was excited to have it in my summer reading pile. In fact, I purchased this one, which happens quite infrequently. While I knew this was the non-fiction account of three different women and their sex lives, I wasn’t aware of quite how salacious this one was going to be. So, it felt a little like you wanted to cover it with a brown paper bag while reading (like 50 Shades). It was certainly an interesting book, but for more delicate readers, it might be a bit too much. In the end, I am not sure it was a summer favorite (or worth my rare purchasing), but if you are piqued by the hype, this won’t take you long to read and is certainly appropriate for summer.

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