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[young adult contemporary Books] Ebook The Wild Oats Project: One Womans Midlife Quest for Passion at Any Cost BY Robin Rinaldi – eBook or Kindle


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  • The Wild Oats Project: One Womans Midlife Quest for Passion at Any Cost
  • Robin Rinaldi
  • English
  • 10 April 2019
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Free download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç Robin Rinaldi The Wild Oats Project: One Womans Midlife uest for Passion at Any Cost Read & Download ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Robin Rinaldi ç 4 Read What if for just one year you let desire call the shotsThe project was simple Robin Rinaldi a successful magazine journalist would move into a San Francisco apartment join a dating site and get laid Never mind that she already owned a beautiful flat a few blocks away that she was forty four or that she was married to a man shed been in love with for eighteen years What followeda year of abandon heartbreak and unexpected revelationis the topic of this riveting memoir The Wild Oats ProjectMonogamous and. A despicable book and author She seems to view every conseuence of her actions and the effects on other people as part of her journey She might be a genuine sociopath It does get two stars because she can write uite well but the narrator is one of the least likable in my entire reading experience The book is valuable only in that it is a reminder that people like this exist in life and we must be vigilant in avoiding them

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The Wild Oats Project: One Womans Midlife Quest for Passion at Any Cost

Free download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç Robin Rinaldi The Wild Oats Project: One Womans Midlife uest for Passion at Any Cost Read & Download ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Robin Rinaldi ç 4 Read Sexually cautious her entire adult life Rinaldi never planned on an open marriageher priority as she approached midlife was to start a family But when her husband insisted on a vasectomy something snapped If Im not going to have children she told herself then Im going to have lovers During the week she would live alone seduce men and women attend erotic workshops and have wall banging sex On the weekends she would go home and be a wife Her marriage provided safety and love but she also needed passion. A very good read It certainly took me outside my comfort zone but I found the book to be not only titillating but entertaining and enlightening It would be easy to label the author as shameless self centered and slutty but I think it took a lot of courage to be true to herself and then write about it in detail I think Robin Rinaldi embodies the old Sinatra song I did it my way

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Free download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ç Robin Rinaldi The Wild Oats Project: One Womans Midlife uest for Passion at Any Cost Read & Download ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Robin Rinaldi ç 4 Read And she was willing to go outside her marriage to find itAt a time when the bestseller lists are topped by books about eroticism and the shifting roles of women this brave brutally honest memoir explores how our sexuality defines us how it relates to maternal longing and how we must walk the line between loving others and staying true to ourselves Like the most searing memoirs The Wild Oats Project challenges our sensibilities yielding truths that we all can recognize but that few would dare write do. Robin Rinaldi is very frank very honest and her writing style is easy reading Robin s autobiography is a borderline neurotic account of a massive mid life crisis in her sexuality marriage and identity I found it empty in the end because it was all about sex Sex sex and sex Who has that much sex Robin did and does With so many different partners It reminded me of Steve Mcueen s film with Fassbender about the sex addict From what I could assume the author has been obsessed with sex for most of her adult life with a short era of thinking about having a baby she says her husband did not want a child but Robin s subseuent behaviour indicates to me that her husband wisely did not think parenthood would be a good idea for his wife I stayed with the book through all the encounters that started off interesting but got sordid as time went on I felt sorry for her husband and also thought he should have told her it was over after the first few weeks of her intolerable and selfish behaviour if you want to have limitless sex with multiple partners then you are not really in a marriage any are youbut when she entered the commune voluntarily and got involved in the daily rituals of weird and strange clitoral stimulation group sessions with absolute strangers in front of an audience my taste for this book diminished as did my respect for Ms Rinaldi What was she thinking The book tries to present an adult discourse on sex and sexuality it fails Instead it is an account of deep sexual neurosis and a very empty and meaningless lifestyle That goes not just for Robin but most of the people she connected with