Series: Calendar Girl #2
Author: Audrey Carlan
Release Date: February 20, 2015
A muse. Me. The motorcycle riding, ass-kicking, concert t-shirt wearing chick from Las Vegas, is a world-renowned French artist’s muse. For a month.
I had no idea when I took the escort job with Exquisite Escorts I would be standing naked in front of a blank canvas in a Seattle warehouse.
“Love on Canvas” he calls his exhibit, a combination of photographic stills and paint entwined to create the most awe-inspiring pieces the world will ever see. Except every last one of them features me and a moment in time where I was vulnerable.
Alec Dubois played on those vulnerabilities, teaching me lessons about love and life that would stay with me through the rest of my days.
Each installment in the Calendar Girl Serial will release every month throughout 2015. The stories will feature Mia, told from her perspective as she continues her journey as an escort to twelve clients in twelve different locations.
Warning: This book is designed for audiences 18+ due to language and graphic sexual content.
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3.5 Star Review
Calendar Girl is a series that is following Mia as she spends a year being an escort to pay off her father’s gambling debt. I really enjoyed the first installment, as I was really sold on her love interest. I will admit I was nervous about how I would feel as she continued onto her next client.
Alec Dubois is her next client and he is an artist. He hires Mia to act as his muse for his current project Love on Canvas.
During this installment we see Mia struggle with her past and loving herself. We do get a tiny, tiny bit of Wes which I loved, but it just made it harder to understand her choices. Right now I am not sure about this serial. I didn’t love how quickly Mia was to forget Wes. I know this is probably not rationale given the premise for the series but it’s how I feel. My hope is that this year Mia will learn about herself, grow as a person and go back to Wes. That being said I don’t know how much I will care if this continues for the next 9-10 installments.
Please don’t let my opinion deter you from reading this, as I really do think this is just me.
ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
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