As a result of what she calls 'the only stroke of genius I've ever had', Jane Juska placed a personal ad in a newspaper, which began: 'Before I turn 67 - next March - I would like to have a lot of sex with a man I like.' The response was overwhelming, and it changed Jane's life. She told all in A Round-Heeled Woman. Five years later, Jane has, like it or not, become a kind of icon for the post-menopause generation. She's a friend and confessor to women of all ages with poignant, tragic or enchanting stories. And, despite her success, Jane herself is still looking for a man to keep her company. So the story continues, looking around at her generation, back to her youth, and forward to . . . whatever grabs her fancy.
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