A wealthy father of two deserts his family in order to spend the night in a college girl's dorm room. A CEO visiting his friends' villa feigns a sprained ankle in order to have sex with their teenage daughter. A businessman in Korea has the best sexual experience of his life with a young woman whose true age he never learns. Traveling deep inside the most forbidden corners of male desire, Girls is a beautifully written novel whose honesty is both breathtaking and shocking. Full of voices that men dare not raise-even to themselves-this serious exploration of libido, identity, and power is also a mindblowingly erotic spree. Author Biography: Nic Kelman was a Burchard Scholar at MIT where he studied Brain and Cognitive Sciences as an undergraduate. After spending a few years working in independent film, he attended Brown University on a full fellowship for his MFA in Creative Writing and where he was awarded the James Assatly prize for graduate fiction. He now writes and teaches in New York City.