Thursday, July 14, 2016


Title: March
Series: Calendar Girl #3
Author: Audrey Carlan
Rating: 

A fiancée. I’m going to Chicago to pretend to be some Italian Stallion’s future wife. Why a massive hunk, boxer, and rich restaurateur needs a fake bride is beyond me. Then again, I’m not paid to know why. I’m paid $100,000 to be his escort, or in this case, the woman he’s supposedly “going” to marry. 

The moment I met Antony “Tony” Fasano, I thought I might have lost my ability to breathe. In my twenty four years of life, I’d not seen anything like him. Clad only in a small towel precariously dangling from his hips--water droplets streaming down every inch of his muscular frame--I knew right then and there, I’d finally seen male perfection in all its raw glory. 

What happened next blew me away. It was now abundantly clear why he needed me...a fake fiancée. 

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Mia Saunders continues her mission to save her comatose father from her dangerous, loan-shark ex-boyfriend. This month, she serves as a high-priced escort to a restaurateur named Anthony Fasano in the windy city of Chicago, Illinois. 

Each installment in the Calendar Girl Serial will release every month throughout 2015. The stories will feature Mia’s 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. 


     

In March, Mia is sent to Chicago to play the loving fiance. But, once she gets there she starts to learn some secrets her "fiance" is keeping and how she can help him bring them to light with his family. 

Mia does her best to play her part in this book, but this may be harder than she thought with her clients over bearing mother, and "partner" getting in their business. 

I liked this one a lot. I really liked how Mia was able to help the two men in Chicago, and how she received more friends as well. She did a lot of growing up in this one, and it was really exciting to see. 

The only thing I didn't really like was Mia and Wes again. I really don't like those two together, and it was a little frustrating. 

But I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this serial. 
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