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[BOOKS] ✯ Signaler un problème Author Robin Rinaldi – Alternate-universe.co What if for just one year you let desire call the shots?The project was simple Robin Rinaldi a successful magazine journalist would move into a San Francisco apartment join a dating site and get laid What if for just one year you let desire call the shots?The project was simple Robin Rinaldi a successful magazine journalist would move into a San Francisco apartment join a dating site and get laid Never mind that she already owned a beautiful flat a few blocks away that she was forty four or that she was married to a man she'd been in love with for eighteen years What followeda year of abandon heartbreak and unexpected revelationis the topic of this riveting memoir The Wild Oats ProjectMonogamous and sexually cautious her entire adult life Rinaldi never planned on an open marriageher priority as she approached midlife was to start a family But when her husband insisted on a vasectomy something snapped If I'm not going to have children she told herself then I'm going to have lovers During the week she would live alone seduce men and women attend erotic workshops and have wall banging sex On the weekends she would go home and be a wife Her marriage provided safety and love but she also needed passion and she was willing to go outside her marriage to find itAt a time when the bestseller lists are topped by books about eroticism and the shifting roles of women this brave brutally honest memoir explores how our sexuality defines us how it relates to maternal longing and how we must walk the line between loving others and staying true to ourselves Like the most searing memoirs The Wild Oats Project challenges our sensibilities yielding truths that we all can recognize but that few would dare write down.

What if for just one year you let desire call the shots?The project was simple Robin Rinaldi a successful magazine journalist would move into a San Francisco apartment join a dating site and get laid Never mind that she already owned a beautiful flat a few blocks away that she was forty four or that she was married to a man she'd been in love with for eighteen years What followeda year of abandon heartbreak and unexpected revelationis the topic of this riveting memoir The Wild Oats ProjectMonogamous and sexually cautious her entire adult life Rinaldi never planned on an open marriageher priority as she approached midlife was to start a family But when her husband insisted on a vasectomy something snapped If I'm not going to have children she told herself then I'm going to have lovers During the week she would live alone seduce men and women attend erotic workshops and have wall banging sex On the weekends she would go home and be a wife Her marriage provided safety and love but she also needed passion and she was willing to go outside her marriage to find itAt a time when the bestseller lists are topped by books about eroticism and the shifting roles of women this brave brutally honest memoir explores how our sexuality defines us how it relates to maternal longing and how we must walk the line between loving others and staying true to ourselves Like the most searing memoirs The Wild Oats Project challenges our sensibilities yielding truths that we all can recognize but that few would dare write down.

signaler book problème ebok Signaler un kindle Signaler un problème PDF/EPUBWhat if for just one year you let desire call the shots?The project was simple Robin Rinaldi a successful magazine journalist would move into a San Francisco apartment join a dating site and get laid Never mind that she already owned a beautiful flat a few blocks away that she was forty four or that she was married to a man she'd been in love with for eighteen years What followeda year of abandon heartbreak and unexpected revelationis the topic of this riveting memoir The Wild Oats ProjectMonogamous and sexually cautious her entire adult life Rinaldi never planned on an open marriageher priority as she approached midlife was to start a family But when her husband insisted on a vasectomy something snapped If I'm not going to have children she told herself then I'm going to have lovers During the week she would live alone seduce men and women attend erotic workshops and have wall banging sex On the weekends she would go home and be a wife Her marriage provided safety and love but she also needed passion and she was willing to go outside her marriage to find itAt a time when the bestseller lists are topped by books about eroticism and the shifting roles of women this brave brutally honest memoir explores how our sexuality defines us how it relates to maternal longing and how we must walk the line between loving others and staying true to ourselves Like the most searing memoirs The Wild Oats Project challenges our sensibilities yielding truths that we all can recognize but that few would dare write down.

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