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Keeping affairs in order! The true and controversial story of what really happened when one woman allowed her boyfriend to cheat in a 'negotiated infidelity' arrangement... Holly Hill's SUGARBABE, the true and very sexy story of Holly's search for a sugardaddy to bankroll her day-to-day expenses in exchange for sexual favours was a runaway bestseller. Now, Holly returns with a daring new story about what happens when she embarks on a new sex-periment: allowing her boyfriend to sleep with other women in a 'negotiated infidelity' arrangement... As the self-styled poster girl for 'negotiated infidelity', Holly and her new boyfriend D draw up a contract and framework for sleeping with other people, including a 'tell all' clause after each and every encounter. their spare room is used for sex with other partners (D calls them 'Play Partners') and both eventually stumble upon Sydney's underground sex world. D loves seeing Holly desired by other men and she feels the same way seeing him lusted after by other women. Holly also explores same-sex relationships and reveals exactly what it's like to explore the body of one's own sex for the very first time. Contrasting with Holly's and D's growing notoriety in the Sydney sex scene are Holly's relationships at work and with friends. She develops a crush on a beautiful colleague with surprising results. Acting in the roles of 'sanity barometers', her friends provide intelligent debriefs, as well as issues of their own. As Holly and D continue to dangle each other as bait to a seemingly endless supply of willing sexual partners, they become more attached to each other, enjoying their partner when it is through the eyes of another. However, Holly starts to notice subtle changes in their relationship. She becomes increasingly defensive, paranoid and jealous of D's ever growing list of sexual conquests. She begins to wonder if 'negotiated infidelity' is a hopeless cause...
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 1st April 2013
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers