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This lighthearted, witty confection of a novel is at once a captivating romance and an uproarious satire on sex and creativity An editor at a small Manhattan publishing house, Frances Girard is plagued with the curse of self-awareness. She knows she will never write a book and is resigned to living a dull, sensible life in which people like her “are not allowed to have a nervous breakdown.” But she secretly envies those with creative aspirations. When she meets Paul Treat—the man fated to change her life—the avant-garde theater director is clad only in a towel. Frances is instantly attracted to his unpredictable, larger-than-life persona. They act out scenes from plays and embark on an erotic relationship like nothing Frances has ever known. Eventually, she moves into Paul’s loft. But bit by bit, Frances starts giving up pieces of herself until very little of the woman she knew—or thought she knew—is left. Clearly, something’s got to give. The story of one woman’s transformation—and unexpected liberation— Group Sex is an effervescent romantic comedy that sparkles with wit and insight.
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