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Sugar Daddy Diaries

Narrated by: Helen Croydon
Length: 9 hrs and 43 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Frustrated with her stalled career as a broadcast journalist and uninspired by dating naive and needy guys her own age, Helen Croydon joins a website to seek an older man. She expects it to be just a few fun dates in some fancy bars but finds herself propelled into a world of Prada shopping trips, fine dining, first-class travel and fascinating, powerful men. 

Helen's soul-searching dating adventures take her to New York, Malaysia, highbrow sex parties, top ski resorts and London's finest hotels. When one of her dates alludes to a monthly allowance, she is shocked, but how long will her resistance to the idea last?  

Sugar Daddy Diaries is a confessional true story that questions modern ideals about relationships, examines the attraction of power and asks if money can ever be the currency of love.

©2011 Helen Croydon (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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I don’t know why I kept listening. Not a favorite. I waiting for it to get better.

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  • Bevolicious
  • 08-03-18

Fascinating

Absolutely loved this book ! Very honest account , people often pity women who choose this line of work I certainly don't . The men are the troubled sad guys I feel for them ,they have the money however not the power . Ps if you love accents this is the best in a hilarious way she doesn't pull them off so funnier for it, lustening out for the Irish accent had me rolling on the floor !!

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  • blackcatsx
  • 03-26-19

An intriguing, easy listen.

Helen has provided an honest and fairly light-hearted account of a very interesting three year period of her life. It shows us "how the other half live" while capturing the highs, lows and dilemmas of this intriguing lifestyle. Helen has narrated her own story which works well apart from when she attempts accents! This story is of a journey which would not be taken by many and this makes listening very easy as Helen winds her way from innocent to all-knowing and eventually self-development. I'd have been interested in the exploration of what in her life led her to so fiercely fight the notion of love in deference to such a material world, but I enjoyed the book anyway.