rationale for sex with a stranger
Patricia gives an overview of the book:
Because he was
a dark and handsome Italian
and she was sipping caffé not ‘coffee’
in an outdoor trattoria that was SO
unlike ‘Denny’s,’ boasting red and green umbrellas
which read “ASTI CINZANO” in big white letters,
as he sauntered, not ‘sidled,’ up to her;
she did not deem it inelegant
when he perched, not ‘swooped,’ down beside her
and said, “Ciao, bay-bee” in an ACCENT
PATRICIA V. DAVIS is the author of the bestselling "Harlot's Sauce: A Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss and Greece" and "The Diva Doctrine: 16 Universal Principles Every Woman Needs to Know." Her first published fiction, "Chopin, Fiendishly" appears in Tales From the House...
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