Silicone, surgery, and Hollywood starlets.
The land of the stars was beckoning and I answered its call. Now that I was free, well, as free as anyone could be, I decided to pursue something for me. To grab life by the horns and ride that sucker until I found my place within it. That decision brought me back home to Malibu, California, where I awaited the beginning of this next phase in my journey.
The job? Create a segment surrounding Living Beautiful for celebrity doctor and daytime television guru, Dr. Hoffman. The man was known for his cunning wit, good looks, and no nonsense lifestyle. In a city that was filled with plastic Barbie dolls, and nothing you touched was real, I set out to find beauty. And in doing so, I found a lot more that, for me, for the man I loved, and for the rest of the nation.
In the tenth book of the Calendar Girl serial, Mia is settled in her new home in Malibu, California. Now that her debt has been paid, and the threat from her ex is gone, she no longer has to live life as an escort. Only life has thrown her some new challenges to round out her year.
Warning: This book is designed for audiences 18+ due to language and graphic sexual content.
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Not crazy on October
Ok, I'll begin by saying I have pretty much loved every month in this series of Calendar Girl thus far BUT October just didn't do it for me.
I'm not sure if I can even pinpoint the exacts on what it was that turned me off a bit. Narration was excellent for sure, yet it almost felt at times that someone other than Audrey Carlan was the author here. A little "soap opera" dramatic. Wes's and Mia's wording and how they spoke to one another was different...A real turn off:0(
That said, I hope November will be better (fingers crossed)
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- Ndulgent Reader
More Calendar Girl Goodness!
The story line was completely unexpected but I enjoyed these short stories. The narration was done well. And the new characters each month add variety while the heroine charmed me with a new twist each month.
Be sure to start with January!