First edition. Author's inscription on front free endpaper. Sonni Rubin, whose father addresses her as "Son" and has taught her the Facts of Life from the male point of view, and who finds little satisfaction in her job at the not-so-great TV station WCBN, has an inspiration for a thoroughly modern male consumer service business combining two traditional activities for "working girls," one of them being cooking...A sex comedy from the pre-AIDS era with somewhat underdeveloped satirical intentions of a feminist or socio-economic nature. 227 pages. quarter cloth, boards, dust jacket.. 8vo..