I noticed this book because one of the participants in this meme wrote it, so I thought I'd give it a try.
I.O.U. Sex by Sandra Nachlinger and Sandra Allen is a light, fun romance with older women as the protagonists, which is a nice change from the sexy, young thangs most romances focus on.
Best friends June, Kiki, and Peggy graduated from Dallas’s Rayburn High
School—all of them still virgins. After all, they were good girls. Years
later, when the three women read June’s high school diary, they joke
about the sexual frustration they caused their steady boyfriends back
then. That’s when Kiki makes a startling statement. “When you think
about it, and I’m only trying to be fair, we owe those guys sex.”
With bawdy jabs and tipsy laughter, they vow to track down their old
boyfriends and just DO IT, which is something they definitely did not do
back in high school.
Lives intertwined, the three friends share
their quest with sexy, poignant, and sometimes hilarious results. Is
each woman’s sexual IOU paid in full? Will everyone get what he or she
deserves? Or is this just another one of Kiki’s crazy ideas?
March 20, 1965--A perfect 18th birthday with my perfect boyfriend. He gave me a single pearl on a gold chain. Drove to Kiest Park and ♥ ♥ ♥. I love him so. I'd do anything for him, except do IT, but it's soooo tempting!!!
June flipped the diary face down on the coffee table to mark her place and smiled at her two best friends. She was glad she'd kept the book. Kiki and Peggy had lived those high school days with her, and they treasured her diary as a priceless record of the teenaged years, just as much as she did. Their friendship warmed her more than the blazing logs in the fireplace or her glass of wine.
"Damn right," Kiki added. "I remember wrestling with Greg lots of times, but I wouldn't call his begging a conversation."
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