Your Favorite Girl [NOOK Book]

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When Melissa Reed, a twenty-two-year-old housewife, discovers her millionaire husband Ted has been cheating on her with a recent high school graduate from down the street, she begins to investigate his private life. In his little black book, she finds a single address and phone number: that of Your Favorite Girl, Inc.

Assuming it's an escort service, Melissa dials the number, only to find she's stumbled upon a secret corporation dedicated to ...

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Your Favorite Girl

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Overview

When Melissa Reed, a twenty-two-year-old housewife, discovers her millionaire husband Ted has been cheating on her with a recent high school graduate from down the street, she begins to investigate his private life. In his little black book, she finds a single address and phone number: that of Your Favorite Girl, Inc.

Assuming it's an escort service, Melissa dials the number, only to find she's stumbled upon a secret corporation dedicated to engineering the most erotic sexual creatures in the history of man.

And Melissa can't resist making a purchase.

Your Favorite Girl is best described as an erotic romance thriller, the first in a three-part series.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044537897
  • Publisher: Steph Sweeney
  • Publication date: 5/15/2013
  • Series: YFG , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 45,285
  • File size: 232 KB

Meet the Author

Steph Sweeney is a waitress who just wants to write books. To learn more about her, visit her website.
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  • Posted June 6, 2013

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    Your Favorite Girl ended up being a very refreshing novel to rea

    Your Favorite Girl ended up being a very refreshing novel to read. It’s very different from other books I’ve seen recently, and I’m very glad I read this one.

    What I really liked about this book is that I didn’t know where it was going to go next. The story just keeps unfolding and unfolding with more and more plot points that kept me flipping the pages needing more. Just when you start getting a handle on the situation, there’s another slight twist. This book is part mystery in the sense that a main goal Melissa has is uncovering just what Your Favorite Girl, Inc is. It’s part romance, but it’s a difficult romance to place, and that made things fun. It’s also part erotica. When you have Your Favorite Girls in the mix, there’s no way things can get sexy…and this novel is sexy.

    I think Sweeney did a great job in setting up the characters in this book. They’re very well-developed and each play a role in the story’s progression, no matter how small of a point. There are even some minor characters that I grew fond of, even in the short time that they were part of the story. I hope that others, who seem to have a larger, but still unknown  role, come back in book 2 to play their part.

    While I enjoyed this book from beginning to end, I felt that there were only a few things that fell flat. In no way was this a bad book, but there was some room for a little extra umph during some key plot points.

    Despite the rare dull moment, there was a plethora of great material in Your Favorite Girl. Book 2 can’t come out soon enough. I was left NEEDING the next installment, and that’s always a good feeling (even if it’s torturous at times).

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2014

    Fantastic

    This was beyond worth the wait I'm getting book two. This book kept my interest the whole way through GREAT

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  • Posted November 19, 2013

    This and more reviews at The Book Bar.co Rating:  Well/House; I

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    Rating:  Well/House; I am going to burn in hell for this one!

    Only one chapter in, I thought to myself, "I can't! This is just blatant porn for the sake of selling a book." I told Jen that I couldn't go on. This is just not my genre. Your Favorite Girl's blurb doesn't address the craziness that grabs you by your guilty conscious and has it's way with you. BUT... AND THIS IS MY BIG BUT... the story is so crazy, it's captivating. The writing is so flipping detailed you are there, and some times you don't want to be there.

    I saw that even through the buzz of the Libido Drug.   The look on his face made me feel like a little girl alone at night, her eyes adjusting to the dark and too afraid to look directly at the figure taking shape in the corner.
    Sweeney, Steph (2013-05-13). Your Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (p. 61). Kindle Edition.

    Melissa, the main character and self-proclaimed heroine, starts off very differently. Bi-sexual, hyper-sexual and very 'ok' with screwing people over, both figuratively and literally, wants to give her cheating, millionaire husband payback. She learns of a company, Your Favorite Girl, which creates (from genetic goo) sexually perfect women. The company foresees the client's addiction to the creation, ultimately draining their bank accounts to maintain the sexual dependency.

    “What did you do when you found them?” she asked.
    “I joined in,” I said. Kate's eyes flashed with surprise.   She must have thought me prudish.   Then again, compared to her who wasn't?
    Sweeney, Steph (2013-05-13). Your Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (p. 14). Kindle Edition.

    Melissa's introduction, and the majority of all the characters, are introduced with this blatancy. It was like we couldn't move forward in the story until we knew how sexually depraved the character was. And this is where I think I may burn in hell... the story started to sound like [[ASIN:0060850523 Brave New World]] by Aldous Huxley. A very broad jump, but still. A manipulative company that feeds the horny needs of society, while reducing them to shells that can later be disposed of

    "You're right," I said, straining to force out the words.   "I guess I'm just a little creeped out.   Level A was the worst."
    "Stinks, doesn't it?"
    "Yes!   What is that smell?"
    "The incinerator."
    "Why do they have an incinerator?"
    "To burn the bodies," she said.
    Sweeney, Steph (2013-05-13). Your Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (p. 123). Kindle Edition.

    Melissa's world starts to fall apart and it's up to her to rescue herself and those that are being taken advantage of by "Your Favorite Girl". Of course it doesn't hurt to have a handsome sidekick that shares her beliefs. Melissa's edge never leaves but it does smooth a little. She lets down her cover of being sex-crazed and her personality becomes a little easier to swallow (ha, I crack myself up).

    "You're amazing," I said.
    "Thank you."
    "I don't have any talent."
    "I'm sure that's not true.   You just have to find something you love and commit to it."
    "That's always been my problem."
    "Committing?"
    "Finding love." She turned and pecked me on the cheek with a kiss, then whipped her head back around quickly, smiling.
    "Nice," someone said.
    Without looking back, I shot a middle finger in the air, arousing laughter.
    "If you can love yourself, it spreads fast," Flora said.
    "That's easier said than done." She hit the last note in her song and in her hiatus wrapped her arms around my waist.
    "You'll figure it out," she whispered.   "I promise."
    Sweeney, Steph (2013-05-13). Your Favorite Girl (YFG Series) (pp. 165-166). . Kindle Edition.

    Holy (excrement)! I had to finish (ha!). Power through the uncomfortable parts to get to the lesson, the story unraveling beneath it all. I believe, deep down, that this book could have been Top Shelf for me if the gratuitous sex was implied rather then descriptive. HOWEVER, I think Sweeney knows this. She knows that 'sex sells' and she has a story to tell. Good Luck Steph. I can't wait to keep reading what happens to Melissa, the better brother and her Favorite Girl.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2013

    Eh.

    The story line, while eroticly pleasing was unfinished. When will part 2 come out?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2013

    Can't wait for book 2

    This book sucked me in from the start. It's different than any book I've read. Parts of the story were erotic but it was the story itself that drew me in. Most of the sex was bordering on scary more than sexy. There are still so many unanswered questions. I will be purchasing book 2.

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  • Posted July 5, 2013

    Very different...but good!

    This book was so weird. Not in a bad way though. The concept of raising girls from birth to become prostitutes with genetically enhanced parts with a sexual chemical drug was very odd haha. I couldn't stop reading though!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2013

    Really enjoyed

    I really enjoyed this story. Very compelling, unique plot. Full of twists and turns. Couldn't put it down.

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  • Posted June 16, 2013

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    Intriguing and Hot Ride This book is a little difficult to descr

    Intriguing and Hot Ride
    This book is a little difficult to describe and Ive never read anything like it before. Its an erotic cross between Stepford Wives, The island of Dr. Moreau with a touch of Hostel. There are sex slaves, sadist, violence, murder, kidnapping, drugs and rape all wrapped up with a little sci-fi bow.

    I was so intrigued that I finished this book in one day. Some of the sex scenes were really hot but frantic and the image in my head was almost cartoonish. With the way it ended I will definitely be reading the next one. I still have SO many unanswered questions. What happened to Kate? Whats going on with Judy? What happened to Pete? What will happen to Flora? Whats up with Brain and Patton and whos side are they on? What will Melissa do about the passage Clifton uses? Overall, I thought it was pretty good and Im looking forward to having my questions answered with the next one.

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