As a former madam, Jami Rodman has an unabashed approach to sexuality and relationships. Building on her background in cultural anthropology and sociology, she recounts her last decade of adventures, first as an elite escort and then as the high-powered Las Vegas Madam. Rodman offers a unique perspective that does not often find its way into the spotlight. She has emerged after a decade of cultural immersion to share her experience and sociological insight on a trending social movement.
Her memoir, The Las Vegas Madam: The Escorts, the Clients, the Truth, is the story of a young woman who brazenly took a fork in the road, moved to Las Vegas, and found herself deep in the throes of Sin City. She was a world away from her small town Christian upbringing. In a city where the most flamboyant lifestyles reap success, she became a escort then a successful madam. She became immersed in the underground world of sex – prostitutes, porn stars, pimps, madams and men from around the world. They all spilled their secrets, and she listened.
Spirited and stirring, her story is candidly narrated. The Las Vegas Madam: The Escorts, the Clients, the Truth is the gritty story of a cheeky young woman and her quest for adventure in a deeply misunderstood lifestyle.