Round-heeled' is an old-fashioned term for a promiscuous woman of easy virtue. It’s a surprising way for a respectable English teacher of a certain age, with a passion for the novels of Anthony Trollope, to describe herself, but then that’s just the first of many surprises to be found in this poignant, funny, unique memoir. Inspired by Eric Rohmer’s film "Autumn Tale", Jane Juska, a smart, energetic divorce, decided she’d been celibate too long, and placed a personal ad in her favourite newspaper, "The New York Review of Books". The response was overwhelming, and Juska took a sabbatical from teaching to meet some of the men who replied. And since her ad made it clear that she wasn’t expecting just hand-holding, her dates zipped from first base to the full monty in record time. Juska is a totally engaging, perceptive writer, funny and frank about her exploits. It’s high time someone revealed the fact that older single people are as eager for sex and intimacy as their younger counterparts. Jane Juska’s brave, honest memoir will probably raise eyebrows and blood pressure, but it will undoubtedly appeal to the very large audience of grown-up readers who will be fascinated and inspired by her daring adventure.