As Francesca by Martha Baer

cover of the book As FrancescaAs Francesca by Martha Baer
Genre: Erotica; Fiction
Copyright Year: 1997
Published: 1998
Publisher: Broadway
Format: Trade Paperback
Type: Electronic Format Available
No. of Pages: 288
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ISBN: 767901274
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It is a perfect irony that the smart, luscious prose of As Francesca describes a lurid, intense sexual affair that takes place not between two bodies, but between two sets of words; that is, between two online writers. By day, Elaine Botsch is a predictably accomplished woman poised for promotion at her soulless corporate workplace. At night though, when she logs on to the Internet as Francesca, she is exhilarated and degraded, verbally and sexually, by the mysterious Inez. It doesn’t take Elaine/Francesca long to realize that her success at work is somehow related to her humiliation online. Elaine becomes frantic to discover who Inez really is. Although the mystery element of this novel–the unknown identity of Inez–is what makes As Francesca so suspenseful, the questions this fiction asks about identity, about the place of sex in our lives, and about the connection between desire and fantasy, are important.
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