Ten Rules for a Call Girl: An eShort Story

Ten Rules for a Call Girl: An eShort Story

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by Allison Leotta
     
 

From former federal sex-crimes prosecutor Allison Leotta, an eShort story about the secret life of Washington, D.C.’s highest-paid escorts.


Beautiful Georgetown undergrad Caroline McBride almost has it all—a loving fiancée, a promising academic career, and a college life of fabulous parties—but she can't afford it. When her…  See more details below

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From former federal sex-crimes prosecutor Allison Leotta, an eShort story about the secret life of Washington, D.C.’s highest-paid escorts.


Beautiful Georgetown undergrad Caroline McBride almost has it all—a loving fiancée, a promising academic career, and a college life of fabulous parties—but she can't afford it. When her father becomes ill, plunging her family into debt, she reluctantly agrees to meet Madeleine, the madam of a high-end escort service. Catering to the most powerful men in D.C., Caroline can make more money in one night than in a month at her part-time college job. And no one has to know. All she has to do is follow the madam’s ten simple rules.

A riveting story of D.C.’s red-light underworld and the life of a modern courtesan, Ten Rules for a Call Girl is fascinating and addictive. Includes an excerpt from Allison Leotta’s new novel, Discretion!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781451699043
Publisher:
Touchstone
Publication date:
06/05/2012
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
20
Sales rank:
51,510
File size:
2 MB

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Meet the Author

Allison Leotta was a federal sex-crimes prosecutor in Washington, DC, for twelve years. In 2011, she left the Justice Department to pursue writing full time. She is the acclaimed author of Law of Attraction, Discretion, Speak of the Devil, and A Good Killing and founder of the award-winning blog, The Prime-Time Crime Review. Leotta lives with her husband, Michael, and their two sons outside of Washington, DC. Visit her online at AllisonLeotta.com.

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Ten Rules for a Call Girl: An eShort Story 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
DC_Lawyer_Type More than 1 year ago
Sexy and fun -- with a twist! This is a great short story. It's a quick and entertaining read, it's fun, and it has a funny twist. But mostly I am impressed with the way Leotta really gets you into the heads -- and into the world -- of her characters. Can't wait for Discretion to come out!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First of all let me state that as an avid reader @ least 97% of all books I read are Nonfiction. But as I was getting to know my new Nook, I came across this 'free short book' & decided to try it. Now... I'll admit I'm quiet amazed that I liked it so much & I'm not saying I'll be reading anything more by this author or in this genre but I do want to find out what Nicole has done to get Caroline murdered, I mean besides the obvious jealousy. So....I guess I'm off to order Discretion. Oh & psst.....giving 3 stars is a very good thing coming from me. Have a good one! Thanks for hearing me out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a steamy fun book. Who knew?????? A good book. Great read. J.... :-@
Pretend_Spoon More than 1 year ago
Very tastefully done, given the premise, and hooked me for the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm very disappointed. I was really getting into it and then the ending was just a total let down.
acorley84 More than 1 year ago
Ten Rules for a Call Girl - Superb Introduction to Discretion! For a more in depth review, please visit my blog, Chorley Chronicals!  I first fell in love with the Anna Curtis series and Allison Leotta's writing over a year ago when I read Law of Attraction with my book club! I instantly LOVED the story, and knew right away that I would continue with the series because it was right up my alley! Then I noticed that Ten Rules for a Call Girl was a freebie on Amazon, so I just had to pick it up! It has been quite awhile since I read the first book in the series, but I found myself really just wanting some light reading after finishing several books right in a row, and this book was on my Kindle from my recent purchase, so I said why now? Well let me just tell you that it was the perfect introduction into Discretion and left me absolutely dying to get my hands on a copy of it! I hadn't originally been planning to read Discretion for God knows how long, but it just got bumped up to the top of my TBR pile!  This book was the perfect length as it was used, just as an introduction for book two of the series, and it left me craving more. It gave you just enough to tease you, leaving me with this huge feeling of void until I can continue on! I find short stories hard to review, as there's not much content to them, but I can assure you, that after reading this short story, I will almost immediately be reading the next book that it introduces and I can't wait!!
crazysue More than 1 year ago
Interesting, intense... ended way too soon...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good book made me buy the sequel
JDLR More than 1 year ago
Was bored by this story. Don't recommend it, even for a short story.
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Interesting. Kept my attention. Wished there was more.
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You people should just read this novel and give your own review . I also liked the second part of this novel called Discertion's Excerpt also. ShelleyMA
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read 10-15 pages and quit, even though it was a short book to start with I didn't see the point to finishing it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was umimpressive to say the least
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
F word. Dumb dumb dumb. 0*'s