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'Holly Hill' 'Holly Hill' i(A108552 works by) (birth name: Jenny Hill)
Born: Established: 1966 Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, ;
Gender: Female
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1 2 y separately published work icon The Velvet Pouch : A Memoir 'Holly Hill' , Sydney : HarperCollins Australia , 2013 Z1929615 2013 single work autobiography 'Holly returns with a daring and controversial story about what really happened when she allowed her boyfriend to cheat in a 'negotiated infidelity' arrangement.

Holly and her new boyfriend draw up a contract and framework for sleeping with other people, including a 'tell all' clause after each and every encounter. Their spare room is used for sex with other 'play' partners, and both eventually stumble upon Sydney's underground sex world. The boyfriend loves seeing Holly desired by other men and she feels the same way watching him lusted after by other women. Holly also explores same-sex relationships and reveals exactly what it's like to explore the body of one's own sex for the very first time.

True life erotica like you've never experienced before!' (Publisher's blurb)
1 [Untitled] (from The Velvet Pouch) 'Holly Hill' , 2013 single work extract
— Appears in: The Advertiser , 29 June 2013; (p. 9)
1 1 y separately published work icon Toyboy : A Memoir 'Holly Hill' , North Sydney : Ebury Press , 2008 Z1929612 2008 single work autobiography "Toyboy sought by attractive, educated, 40-year-old woman who wants to explore the other side of an equation..."

Erotic true adventure at its very best! When Holly Hill retired as a Sugarbabe, she decided to turn the tables and hire a toyboy who would be cook, confidante and lover just like she was for her daddies. She made a surprising discovery - not only did she have fewer applications from men who wanted to be paid for sex, but the younger men were far more complicated than their older counterparts. Just as her cause seemed hopeless, a chance encounter led Holly down a dark, lusty road few dare to travel. Her social conditioning was beaten. In a dungeon. Literally.

Once again her real-life experiences challenge everything she once believed about relationships (and men in particular) and that female self empowerment is about having lots of choices. Brimming with Hollyisms and the sage advice of gay men, TOYBOY is an entertaining yet disturbing read about all those things people are usually too frightened to say. The sex scenes will make readers want to cross their legs and there are plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. TOYBOY is a rollicking journey into edge-of-your-seat erotica.' (Publisher's blurb)
1 My Sunday : Holly Hill 'Holly Hill' , 2008 single work column
— Appears in: Sunday Canberra Times , 8 June 2008; (p. 3)
1 1 Sugarbabe 'Holly Hill' , 2007 series - author autobiography
2 2 y separately published work icon Sugarbabe 'Holly Hill' , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2007 Z1415737 2007 single work autobiography

'"Attractive, professional, well-spoken, well-dressed 35-year-old woman seeks sugar daddy. I live in Darlinghurst on a 17th floor unit with fantastic skyline views to the harbour. The unit also features very discreet and secure undercover guest parking. I am looking for exclusivity so will (theoretically) be available to you 24 x 7. I am single and don't have any children. I am also a fabulous cook and can provide gourmet meals should you require them. I am a qualified psychologist so I make an excellent listener, and I have a great love of conversation. I have also worked for many years in public relations so am a clever, charming companion in just about any situation. I love sex. I will require a generous weekly allowance in return for all of the above".

'Holly Hill (pseudonym) gave up her job at the behest of her wealthy boyfriend - and then found herself dumped and penniless. After spending six weeks in bed pining for her lost love, she was encouraged by a friend to be 'open-minded' about her career choices - and ended up placing an online ad for a sugar daddy. She received an almost overwhelming response from all sorts of men, but most of them were married men whose wives had lost interest in sex.

'As Holly interviewed the men and settled on a candidate, she decided to record what happened next. Those almost-daily observations became a journal documenting Holly's extraordinary experiences - not just the men she meets, but the things she finds out about marriages, in particular, and what men need from them. Sugarbabe is her real-life account of the emails, meetings, employment of and interactions with the applicants for the role, and the five men she eventually chooses (not all at the same time!).' (Publisher's blurb)