Mia Asher & Jennifer Roberts-Hall
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Love is selfish...
My name is Blaire.
I'm the bad girl.
The other woman.
The one who never gets the guy in the end.
I'm the gold digger.
The one no one roots for.
The one you love to hate.
I hate myself too...
Everyone has a story. Are you ready for mine?
This story will continue with another book which I look forward to reading.
The story contains two parts. First part contains a background on Blaire as to why she wants freedom from her town and parents. Part two begins her journey.
Blaire is after money not love. She uses men for their wealth. Men with money want to buy her pretty things. Blaire is easily tempted by money and sex. She also is tempted by the pleasure she gets from arousing men. Both are using each other.
Blaire's escape in life is sex and then with the money she earns she escapes again into a world she thinks she wants.At least Blaire owns up to her choices and belittles herself with praise.Blaire is a complicated woman. Because Blaire loves sex and is good at both receiving and delivering it she manages to find wealthy men who will pay for her services.
A little bit of seduction and passion can go along way in a story. This one delivers just that. I gotta say the later part of this story is greatly making up for the slow beginning.
I love how she uses the power of a beautiful woman to gain control over the wealthiest of men.
A great story to lose yourself in. I love stories that walk along the edge of right and wrong. I love how this story makes you crazy for how Blaire acts and all her doubts. I love the reactions I get when reading about Blaire's lifestyle. It's an original story. Have never read a story where a woman would enjoy sex with only wealthy men and not want anything from them other than money. She is willing to be the other woman as long as she gets paid to be it.
Awesome second book by Mia!
I was very excited to receive an ARC of Easy Virtue in exchange for an honest review. And honestly? I freaking loved it! Mia Asher surely does not suffer from the Sophomore Slump Syndrome. After reading Arsen and being taken on such an emotional, heart wrenching journey, I was hoping that Easy Virtue had the same effect. Even though the books are very different from each other, the thing that remains the same is Mia's ability to make me FEEL for the characters. And feel I did. I got into Blaire's head and now she won't leave mine. She may be utterly shameless and unapologetic but there's definitely more to her than a pretty face, a sexy body and seemingly tough façade. Thank you Mia for another fantastic book!!!
Mia Asher where have you been all my life?
I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this book. This is now on my list of top favorite reads. Thank you for sharing this beautiful & twisted story. It was a different read than what I have read in the past. Fifty shades is a good book but I have read books so much better that deserve to be made into movies. This is one of them. I have three friends now reading it and I will share my love for it with others. Maybe even strangers on the street?? Ha ha.
For anyone thinking about reading this, not sure about this book? Download a sample and I can bet you money you will end up buying it. You will be asking yourself frequently "WHAT??!" & fall in love with the characters. Blaire was a mess but a beautiful, honest, strong one. You left me hanging, normally I would be upset with a cliffhanger but it was worth it. I would read it all over again.