Whore [NOOK Book]

Overview

Can a virgin be a whore? I guess it depends on your definition of the word. Working a minimum wage job, I was struggling to save up money for college. Things were tight but I was managing to scrape by. At least I had a roof over my head, right? Wrong. My mother was moving on to husband number five and decided to sell the house without giving me notice. The bank took care of that with a thirty day grace period.

Taylor Ross walked into the ...
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Whore

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Overview

Can a virgin be a whore? I guess it depends on your definition of the word. Working a minimum wage job, I was struggling to save up money for college. Things were tight but I was managing to scrape by. At least I had a roof over my head, right? Wrong. My mother was moving on to husband number five and decided to sell the house without giving me notice. The bank took care of that with a thirty day grace period.

Taylor Ross walked into the coffee shop where I worked and offered me the perfect solution. His father was a regular customer and apparently thought highly enough of my service to mention me in his will. I couldn't just take money but when offered me a job with a great salary including room and board, how could I refuse? I didn't know at the time just what services Taylor thought I'd offered his father.

He wanted me to embrace my inner whore and in return my financial worries would be over. There was only one problem. I had no idea what that meant. Taylor was willing to train me, so the only real question was what was I willing to do to have everything my heart desired?
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Editorial Reviews

Blog - Romance BookWorm
I loved this. How many times have you been called a whore? Sometimes its deserved, most of the time it isn't. What do you do when the man you are with turns you into one? Do you embrace it or do you spurn it?
Blog - Pinky Pollock
Can a Virgin be a Whore...You will just have to read this book and find out for yourself. The author has done a wonderful job building the characters and making them real. I truly felt I was Laura's best friend and she was telling me all about her experience. This book is full of emotion and questions that will make you stop and think, 'What would I have done in this situation?'.
Blog - Kelli B.
Unique and clever, with well developed characters, this book was humorous, moving, and infuriating all at the same time! The author did a fantastic job with pacing, and in the unveiling of mini reveals throughout the story. I enjoyed it immensely! A must read!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148995630
  • Publisher: Tears of Crimson Books
  • Publication date: 12/4/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 214
  • Sales rank: 83,701
  • File size: 384 KB

Meet the Author


Michelle Hughes is a bestselling contemporary romance author. She loves writing books that deal with alpha males and virgins and you'll find that theme throughout most of her titles. She lives in Alabama with her husband and four of her five children. Her oldest son is now on his own and has given her the first of what she hopes are many grandchildren.

Prior to a career in writing, Michelle was country singer/songwriter that appeared on the Midnight Jamobreee with such legends as Skeeter Davis and Justin Tubbs. After a fruitful career on the road in music she found writing to be a wonderful way of entertaining the public while staying home with her family.
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  • Posted January 24, 2014

    I¿m still not sure what I think of this book.  Laura seems like

    I’m still not sure what I think of this book.  Laura seems like a smart girl with goals and dreams.  Until she meets Taylor Ross.  She then agrees to uproot her entire life with out knowing what exactly he is offering or why. Who does this?




    Cue makeover montage.




    Being in Laura’s POV was difficult- she was mature beyond her years, yet the naive virgin. She is constantly second guessing herself- yet agrees to a sexual game of light BDSM/alpha male game with Taylor.  And she’s a virgin.  This was a fact that I had to keep reminding myself of.




    Taylor comes across as the Big Bad Wolf.  Or just a big bad ass.  But he has his moments- they just are all over the place.  He’s protective, he’s distant, he wants her, he doesn’t.




    I also kept asking myself if she settled.  There is no doubt an out of control passion between them.  But is this enough to build something on?  Does he need to make her his “whore” supersede all common sense?




    Yet the steam and sex in this book- whew!  Oh the blushing!




    I couldn’t quite decide if this book were a romance or erotica or what?  It was engaging.  I ended up liking Taylor.  There just seemed to be holes in the plot and bits of the story were too far fetched.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2014

    Suprisingly Good

    I didn't pay much attention to this book due to the title but got the story as part of the Kindled bundle. The story wasn't exactly what I was expecting from the description. I liked the characters for the most part. I enjoyed the writing style. Unlike several books I've read recently, the Epilogue was actually an epilogue rather than something that should have been the last chapter of the book. The "romance" between the two main characters does escalate rather quickly and there are some issues that aren't dealt with such as the comment made by the first businessman.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2014

    Hahahaaaa

    Oo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2014

    Comment to the idiot who commente about katy perry

    It was about sex...duh

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2014

    Highly Recommend

    Reading really well written love stories is a passion but a sexy love story has become an obsession. Very well written!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2014

    Review on katy perry's: Birthday

    Is she singing about sex? Katy is a whore, most likely. She sang: ''let me get you in your birthday suit, its time to bring out the big balloons'' big balloons are probably boobs. Creepy.

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  • Posted January 21, 2014

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    I Received An ARC Of This Book In Exchange For My Honest Review!

    I Received An ARC Of This Book In Exchange For My Honest Review!

    Laura works at a coffee shop while trying to save enough money to be able to go to college. She lives with her mom, well until her mom runs off with her newest and gets married and does something that causes more problems for Laura. Her mom will definitely get a mother of the year award but not to worry I had a haha moment later in the book where she's concerned.

    Everything changes for Laura when she meets Taylor. He's the son of Lenny, a regular customer at the coffee shop and someone Laura considered a friend. He's come looking for Laura with an offer that she's finding hard to refuse right now with everything that's happened.

    Taylor is rich, handsome, and a typical Alpha male. He needs and loves to be in control of all situations. Before he met Laura he already formed an opinion of her. His father put her in his will which tells him everything he needs to know about her. Why else would he put her in his will?

    I truly enjoyed reading this book. Taylor definitely knows how to bring out a girls inner whore. I laughed and cried at times while reading this book. Other times I was so angry and frustrated that I loved it. I wish there was more background into Laura and Lenny's relationship then we got. Maybe a chapter with them interacting before he died or something. A interesting read that I will recommend to fellow readers and book lovers.

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    Posted April 20, 2014

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