The Price of an Education: A Story of Loot and Lust in London Town

byEnver Carim

Paperback | May 14, 2014

The Price of an Education: A Story of Loot and Lust in London Town by Enver Carim
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'Her demeanour and tone of voice would be crucial to the money I hoped to make. I knew for a fact that I wouldn't earn a penny if she behaved like a chief executive in bed, ordering me around. She'd kill my desire stone dead if she turned out to be bossy between the sheets.'

The Price of an Education is a darkly funny story about changing gender relations in tight financial times when Britain's population (and the population of the world as a whole) is ageing rapidly and females are outnumbering males in nearly every age-group. With ever more middle-aged women still frisky and libidinous, is it their destiny to become sexual predators stalking perennially among the dwindling young to satisfy their needs?

High-flying media executive Bobbie Cullen is adamant: for her payments she wants 'a high ratio of bangs per buck'. Twenty-year-old law student Leo Allen is seduced by the offer of money for services rendered: he could pay steep tuition fees without getting deeper into debt. But he adores his girlfriend Heidi, which puts him in two horny dilemmas...

Hilarious and dead serious at the same time, this story shows aspects of London which visitors seldom discover. It's a walking tour of the capital city's demi-monde.

With scenes in Portobello Market, King's College along the Thames, a sex pad in Primrose Hill and the Notting Hill Carnival in full swing, London is just as important a player in this vivid novel driven by character and dialogue.

Title:The Price of an Education: A Story of Loot and Lust in London TownFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8 X 5 X 0.61 inPublished:May 14, 2014Publisher:New Generation Publishing LtdLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1910266108

ISBN - 13:9781910266106

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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