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Joanna may be unlucky in love but she’s not unlucky in sex. But then that may depend on how she defines it. And what she wants to get out of it.
After another tough breakup with her boyfriend, Joanna goes out with her friends on New Year’s Eve and realizes she always over-thinks her relationships. When she agrees love doesn’t have to come before sex—and sex doesn’t always equate to love—she gives herself the ultimate New Year’s Eve resolution, to sleep with a new man every day for a full year.
Joanna thinks she will enjoy getting in touch with her inner slut. But is having more sexual encounters, in all variations and with an infinite variety of partners, the answer to her hang-ups? What Joanna will learn is connections are stronger when you don’t work at it, and sexual ecstasy doesn’t have to be planned, perfect, or forever.
365 is the sexually explicit memoir of Joanna and her year of sex. Joanna’s Candide-like journey illustrates how a regular well-adjusted, professional single woman can embrace her own desires, let go of her preconceptions about romance, and not feel ashamed about wanting love without first trading the house keys.