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The Daily Male: Toyboy Diaries II

Wendy Salisbury



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HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
01 December 2009
Autobiography: general; Erotic confessions & true stories; Dating, relationships, living together & marriage
The saucy memoirs of a modern Mrs Robinson the Daily Male picks up where the toyboy Diaries left off. Wendy, now sixty, is embarking on yet another brick-wall relationship with a man young enough to be her son. Her friends despair of her, her ever-increasing brood of grandchildren demand more of her, her ailing antiques business worries her - is it time for her to hang up her lacy lingerie and seek stability with a more suitable suitor? Wendy vows to stay on the toyboy wagon and take love seriously for a change. But in this voyeuristic peek through her private diaries, we find her lost in another maze of men: the turkish plasterer, the cranky architect, the Club Med manager, the army captain... By day a devoted grandmother, by night a thrill-seeking siren, Wendy juggles mashed banana and nappies, Calvin Kleins and caviar. But can she ever satisfy her hunger for young lovers? Can an older man provide her with the passion that she needs?
By:   Wendy Salisbury
Imprint:   HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 128mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   242g
ISBN:   9780732290610
ISBN 10:   0732290619
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   01 December 2009
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Wendy Salisbury was born in London in 1946 to first-generation Russian Jewish immigrants. At 21, she married, had a daughter, divorced four years later, married again, and had another daughter. In 1995, aged 49, she met a 27-year-old with whom she lived for the next seven years. She began her monthly column in Absolute Marbella and Essential magazines on current affairs, social comment and women's issues, and appeared in a BBC documentary entitled 'Passion Never Dies'. Wendy has also had a career as an antiques dealer.

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