Title: Eunuchs and Nymphomaniacs (The Oxygen Thief Diaries #3)
The New York Times bestselling
author of Diary of an Oxygen Thief and Chameleon in a
Candy Store is back with the spellbinding conclusion to the series.
You’ve never seen romance do this before. So brutally honest and breathtakingly perverse you’ll want to throw this book at the wall, but you’ll also want to know if it can possibly get any more disturbing (it can and it does). And as you start to wonder whether men and women were ever even meant to be together, a surprise ending brings the trilogy full circle and provides unexpected closure to an issue raised by a certain photographer’s assistant in the first book. Eunuchs and Nymphomaniacs is about how we love today and how increasingly we try to avoid it altogether.
Snarky, hilarious, and brutally honest.
“I’m sorry…” I said, referring to my very existence.
I’ve never related to a quote more in my life.
Like the previous two installments in the series, Anonymous takes us on more of his truthful exploits into his everyday life. Staying anonymous becomes much harder when you’re a successful author. Between his book life and adventures in trying to get Marian back into his life, the author is trying new things, expanding his reach. As always, the book is a rollercoaster of sexual experience and emotions, but the unfiltered thoughts and actions of our MC make it all the more compelling.