Luxury Leisure: Sex, power and money always make for a good read, but when combined with the first-hand account of a theater-school-dropout-turned-high-priced-working girl, you’ve got yourself one exciting page turner. This spring, you’ll have the chance to read the memoirs of Jillian Lauren, a young American woman who spent 18 months as a member of Prince Jefri of Brunei’s 40-girl harem.
Lauren’s sorted tale began when she was offered $20,000 to party for two weeks with the likes of a rich businessman, a proposition that ultimately led to a full-time gig for the 18-year-old beauty. As reported by Luxist, the book, Some Girls: My Life in a Harem, conveys Lauren’s candor and humor as she tells the captivating story of her life in the world of high-class prostitution. The book is filled with stories about Lauren and her exceptionally beautiful co-workers servicing the prince, who just happens to own the New York Palace and the Hotel Bel-Air, as well as his older brother, the sultan of Burnei and their high-rolling allies.
The candid memoir of this harem girl is expected to hit the shelves in late April, 2010.
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