Reader Question – The book about the exclusive club where wives could learn to be sexy…

by Maryse on July 27, 2017 · 2 comments

in Reader Questions

Oh I have a guess for this one, but I’m sure it’s not the right one, so I’m definitely leaving it open to more suggestions. And anyway, this could definitely turn into a “genre” list of books like this one, in case you’re in the mood for just this thing! ;)

Sue asks:

Ok, let’s see if I can stump the panel.

A few years ago I read a book about a guy who ran an exclusive club (of sorts) for guys and I believe their wives. It was sort of like the wives could take classes in feeling sexy, dressing sexy, pole dancing, etc. While the husband’s could be “entertained”. This guy ran & owned the place (housed in a modern day castle/mansion) with a few close friends.

The h involved was looking for a job and showed up and had to take these classes as well, but may have possibly been in a seperate group for potential employees.

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In any case, she caught the eye of the H and a jealous ex/hook up took notice.

As form of payback the potential employees were told they had to dance for the guys. She found herself as the only one dancing & naked for the husbands/maybe wives. That’s all I remember, but it’s driving me crazy.




Okay immediately one popped in my head (Taint: A Sexual Education Novel by S.L. Jennings), but I’m pretty sure it’s not the one, because Sue’s description veers off from what I remember of the book. But in any case, this one is along that genre. ;)

Anyone have a guess?

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Robyn July 27, 2017 at 5:40 PM

That’s what I thought also Maryse.

Jen January 26, 2018 at 11:30 AM

Yup! Tryst immediately came to mind. I don’t remember the naked dance including husbands & wives. Tryst was a fun book with a few twists.

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