Not your mother’s woman’s book

Since publication July 2011, readers are talking about No Sex in St. Tropez in book groups and buying it for Nook & Kindle from and Barnes &

The easiest way to buy my book is to click here and then click the green button for the paperback or ebook version that you want. You can also use the BUY! menu button toward the top of this page.

I’ve received over 100 orders from people who prefer not purchasing online using a credit card. To them I suggest try this:   Buy an Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card at a local supermarket or wherever gift cards are sold. Then click here and click the appropriate green buy button on the page that appears. Follow the prompts for buying the book, then when payment is requested, see an option for “gift card”; type in the gift card number instead of credit card information. If the purchase does not use up the full amount of the gift card, the remaining amount will be available for future purchases.

Of course you can always contact me via the Contact Author page or email, and I will send you a signed copy of No Sex in St. Tropez for $20 which includes tax and shipping.

I have a very cool 2 minute musical video of St. Tropez taken by a special someone featured in the book. Click here to see the video!

Joan writes: When I first took a look at this lovely book, so evocative of France and travel in the 1970s, I thought it was just a new take on Eat Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. How surprised I was to discover a piece of writing so far removed from the typical coming-of-age travelogue. No Sex in St. Tropez chronicles enduring relationship mis-cues, and the wonder of exploration and delight that immersion in a different culture brings. Bravo to Ungar for bringing this book to us.”

An interesting take from a man, Hugh writes: “This is a book by a woman, and is primarily, whether or not intentionally, for women. But, I like it. Men can learn a thing or two from Ungar about how a woman understands us, avoids us or trusts us, the cost to her if we betray her, and how she will recoup. In Ungar’s tale she is on her own in a situation of her own making, with only her mixture of smarts, innocence, tenuous self-confidence, a bit of what-the-hell chutzpah, and a tendency to ask forgiveness, not permission. No Sex in St. Tropez carries the subtle gratification of friendships and self-knowledge that last a lifetime. May be a lesson there for us men.”

Use the Contact Author page to let me know what you think of No Sex in St. Tropez. I’d love to hear from you.

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