SEX AND ALL YOU CAN EAT by Louise Diane Campanelli

SEX AND ALL YOU CAN EAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

. . .on a full stomach? Namely the sexual glut of experiences of an Italian Catholic girl from Newark, N.J., who got married at eighteen only to watch her husband Joe turn to fat -- 300 pounds. With every reason she had to find other oral substitutes (cf. the introduction by her psychiatrist, Dr. Brayboy) and she stopped counting men after # 62. Joe of course found out (so did the kids) but they all love her anyway and she seems to be honked on happy hookerdom, a sensuous woman whose capabilities are tremendously accommodating and pleasurable. The book of course is another one of those oral substitutes Dr. Brayboy ovelooked but chewing gum is more apt to settle your stomach.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1975
Publisher: Lyle Stuart