A Bidet Full of Roses by Jayen ChapinA Bidet Full of Roses by Jayen Chapin

A Bidet Full of Roses

byJayen Chapin

Paperback | December 28, 2005

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In pursuit of her dream to become a famous artist, Emily Ann Wright losther virginity and was accused of being gay - and that was only on theship going to Europe. She took a secretarial job with Army SpecialServices in post WWII Occupied Germany as a means to get to Paris whereshe knew all artists had to live as a prerequisite for fame.

Emily'sassignment in Bad Nauheim, a pre-war spa town, as secretary to the headof Special Services Intelligence is secure as long as her mother sendscookies. Terry, her cockney roommate saves Emily from herself bygetting her to work on her first day with the Colonel.

Throughout hersexcapades in Germany and Paris, Emily tries to apply the old sayingsher mother taught her. She thinks she has escaped her mother's wordsbut keeps hearing them in her head. She is rapidly acquiring the sexeducation her mother wouldn't allow - and some things her mother neverdreamed of - including the use of a bidet. Emily's job at the MarshallPlan is courtesy of an introduction to the right person by her ex-roomy.Terry saves her again.

There are complications along the way from whichTerry can't save her such as contracting a sexual disease from Aaron andlearning how a prostitute advertises her services. Emily is learningthe hard way to make her own decisions without the help of the mother inher head.
Title:A Bidet Full of RosesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:190 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:December 28, 2005Publisher:Trafford PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1412065119

ISBN - 13:9781412065115

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