By Katie Collins and Rob Carry
Get ready for the book being called, ‘The Real-Life Fifty Shades.’
Can You Keep a Secret? is the true story of Katie Collins’ journey from innocent schoolgirl to plaything of the underground sex scene.
Privately-educated Katie’s sexual journey began when she started stripping in front of her computer while dozens of men watched via webcam when she was still a teenager.
By her late teens Katie was addicted to casual sex, often meeting and sleeping with dozens of men each week and up to four in one day.
The youngster then got involved in the secretive swinging scene, regularly taking part in group-sex parties. These events, held in exclusive rental apartments and hotels, were attended by up to 80 participants.
But Katie wanted ever more extreme sexual experiences. This graphic account reveals how Katie, driven by a desire to explore her submissive side, became involved in the fetishism and sadomasochism.
Her behaviour escalated as she found the perfect outlet for her voracious sexual appetite. After her first nervous encounters, she threw herself into the anything-goes lifestyle and became the most popular girl on the scene, proudly taking centre stage at group-sex parties.
But as Katie’s uncontrollable sex drive led her to experiment with women, explore S&M fetishes and have sex with up to ten men in one night, she began to wonder if her behaviour was really an expression of her sexual freedom, or if it had grown out of something darker.
Can You Keep a Secret? is the brutally honest and sometimes unsettling account of a young girl’s journey into the sexual underworld.
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About the Authors
‘Katie Collins’ is a pseudonym used to protect the identity of the author, her family and the individuals depicted in this book. You follow Katie on Twitter @Collins_Katie03 or check out the book’s Facebook page here.
Non-fiction writer and journalist Robert Carry has been working in the media since graduating with a Masters in Journalism in 2004. The Dublin native has worked as a staff writer at publications in Thailand and Australia, as well as for numerous Irish publications.
Carry, who also holds a degree in history and politics, is currently working on a second non-fiction title called, ‘Banged Up Abroad – True stories of the Irish men and women jailed in the world’s toughest prisons’ set for completion in 2013.
You can follow Robert on Twitter @carrier11.