The blog that scandalized Washington, D.C., is not a sharp steamy, utterly unrepentant novel set against the backdrop of the nations capital . "Just between us girls, Washington is an easy place to get laid. Its a simple matter of economics: ...
cs: supply and demand. Washington lacks those industries that attract the Beautiful People, such as entertainment and fashion. Instead it has the government, also know as Hollywood for the Ugly. Without the model-actress population to compete with, my stock shot up when I moved to DC."
When Jacqueline Turners fiancée gives her two days to move out of his apartment, she has no choice but to leave New York City and crash with her best friend in Washington, DC. (She cant be expected to keep herself in cute clothes while paying New York City rent, after all.) She needs a new, exciting lifenot to mention real employment. Where better to get a fresh start than the nations capital?
Alas, DC turns out to be a lot more buttoned-up and toned down than shed hoped. Its a town where a girl has to make her own excitementand Jacqueline Turner is just the woman for the job.
From the married presidential appointee who gives her cash after each tryst, to the lascivious Georgetown lawyer who parades her around like something out of Pretty Woman, Jackies roster of paramours grows so complicated her friends ask her to start a blog so they can keep up. But in a small town like Washington, the line between private and public blurs very easily. Just as one of her beaux takes a lead in the race for her heart, Jackie realizes this blog idea may be more than she bargained for .
Deliciously gossipy and impossible to put down, The Washingtonienne is every bit as outrageously scandalous as the real-life exploits that inspired it.
In May, 2004, 26-year-old Jessica Cutler was thrust into the public eye when the on-line diary she kept for her friends exploded into Washingtons scandale du jour. Immediately fired from her job as mail girl in the office of Senator Mike DeWine (for "unacceptable use of Senate computers"), Jessica remains unemployed in Washington, D.C.