His Favorite Girl [NOOK Book]

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In Book Two of the YFG Series, Melissa makes use of her new discovery and stumbles upon more shocking secrets than she can handle.

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His Favorite Girl

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Overview

In Book Two of the YFG Series, Melissa makes use of her new discovery and stumbles upon more shocking secrets than she can handle.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045278515
  • Publisher: Steph Sweeney
  • Publication date: 9/12/2013
  • Series: YFG , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 423,876
  • File size: 208 KB

Meet the Author

Hi! I’m Steph, a secret erotica author, meaning my friends and family don’t know I’m doing this. They would disapprove, to say the least, with repercussions ranging from disowning to ritualistic sacrifice. But I love the genre and love to write and I want to contribute strong, meaningful, and overwhelmingly erotic fiction to readers who want to fall in love as much as they want to bang.
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  • Posted July 9, 2014

    Bartender Rating: Top Shelf; a disturbing journey to escape the

    Bartender Rating: Top Shelf; a disturbing journey to escape the terrors of Your Favorite Girl, Inc.

    Agh, these books are both intriguing and terrifying. It has taken me so long to just sit down and put into words how crazy-incredible the writing is in these two books (all three actually). In Your Favorite Girl, I was shocked by the really descriptive sexual acts used to establish the mental and physical aspects of each character (I have read CJ Robert's The Dark Duet, and it is slightly less "erotic" than the YFG series). Although they are still "erotic", His Favorite Girl & Everyone's Favorite Girl ease back just a bit on the sex; so that we can get a clearer understanding of Melissa's journey to escape and just who is trust worthy enough to help her.

    This would be suicide by sex. [Fornicate] it. We're dead anyway.
    Sweeney, Steph (2014-04-29). Everyone's Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (Kindle Locations 670-671). . Kindle Edition.

    In His Favorite Girl, Melissa tries to gain the upper hand by exploring the various floors of Your Favorite Girl, Inc. to find a way out. Each brother has his own level, and like the seven deadly sins, each brother has their own distinct characteristics; greed/pride (Mr. Shrivers), wrath (Sean), envy (Brian), sloth/gluttony (Clifton) and they all share lust; it's their business to know lust. Melissa's affections for Patton, however, begin to fall apart as she starts to question his motives and refusal to stop his brothers from their insane attempts at domination.

    The third drug. Brian had confirmed it existed with a nod and a smile. Libido, Love, and what? What could he have invented--or discovered--that was more intriguing than synthetic bliss and synthetic adoration? What could be so worthy of secrecy?
    Sweeney, Steph (2013-09-11). His Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (Kindle Locations 997-999). . Kindle Edition.

    Mr. Shrivers has a plan to take his company world-wide and Brian steps up with a new drug to take down anyone who gets in their way. Melissa is stuck between getting out, dealing with her affection towards Patton, her commitment to Flora, and possibly saving the world from YFG, Inc.'s malicious attempt at world domination. The final paragraph of this book made my jaw drop. Didn't see it coming.

    All those powerful men, business executives, politicians, high-profile religious figures . . . all at the behest of Mr. Shriver , the CEO of a sex slave operation that--I was learning lately--was so much more. These were men who made me more uncomfortable than I'd ever been in my life, and yet Mr. Shriver had captured them all like flies on a sticky strip. With his power and Brian's technological innovations, Your Favorite Girl, Incorporated might actually take over the world.
    Sweeney, Steph (2013-09-11). His Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (Kindle Locations 1242-1245). . Kindle Edition.

    Everyone's Favorite Girl is straight to the point with a plan of attack. Melissa and Patton devise a plan to get everyone out as Mr. Shrivers unveils his use for the remaining brothers and Favorite Girls. I don't want to give too much away, I only have a couple favorite quotes because I was so engrossed in reading this finale. You wonder, how can they go on in a normal world? But the epilogue is perfect; Sweeney does a great job of putting your mind at ease.

    Mr. Shriver began to struggle and Sean responded with two more punches, rendering the old man half-conscious. She plunged in the needle. I stepped forward to watch. It was the most exhilarating penetration I’ve ever known.
    Sweeney, Steph (2014-04-29). Everyone's Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (Kindle Locations 3090-3093). . Kindle Edition.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2013

    It's a good read, although knowing this is work of a fiction can

    It's a good read, although knowing this is work of a fiction can't help to think the possibilities what science can do mankind. We have animal cloning now but human cloning and longevity that will makes our world over populated. It can not happen. We can't play god and pretend we started from science. Still, this is a good entrainment reading. Please, hurry with conclusion! Thanks :)

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