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Spent a fabulous afternoon reading this book from cover to cover. I just couldn’t put it down. The wonderfully shared stories had me on a roller coaster of emotions. I was crying one minute and laughing the next. I thoroughly enjoyed every single page. Can’t wait for the next book of confessions!



A great little book for a quiet weekend. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to delve deeper into 'secret women's business'.



I love a good story. This book is full of wonderful stories that will make you laugh, maybe cry a little, and occasionally blush. Pauline Kramer-Saxon tells this story as she lived it. I just can’t rave enough about it.



My wife gave me this book to read on a weekend away after I forgot to pack my own. I can't believe how much I enjoyed it. It's a fascinating look inside a lingerie store and the people (men and women) who shop there. I laughed a lot, felt sad a little. Highly entertained.




My grandma had big knockers. HUGE! Therefore I think she saw herself as a quasi expert on underwear. I was so embarrassed when she took me to have a bra fitting. Two old ducks fussing over my less than endowed bust (apparently in the 70’s “buds” were offensive in a t-shirt). All these memories came flooding back as I read Secret Women’s Business. Pauline is an amazing storyteller. This book highlights the journey of her trailblazing parents' post World War 2 and how it lead to Pauline opening her own lingerie store. A classy and worldly woman who clearly has the ability to make everyone feel at ease, this is evident with the stories Pauline shares from behind the dressing room curtain. Loved it!

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