Great book. Reminds me of the thrill I got from reading Xaviera Hollander's The Happy Hooker, a land mark book which broke the limitations of writing about sex. Suzy's story could be less apologetic but I understand that she's a public figure and has to cater to our society's conservative religious right. The thrill seeker sex addicted part of her named Kelly was able to get her rebellious message across that consenting adults trading sex for money should be free to do so. It's a wonderful audiobook and more importantly it reflects how backwards we have gone since the '60 sexual revolution.