Politics, phallic statues, and pretty women.
Literally everywhere you look, you see an old man and a gold-digging, cling-on wrapped around their wrinkly arms.
Looks as though my hot streak ended when Warren Shipley, one of the nation's wealthiest men, hired me to play arm-candy to save face with the other one percenters he did business with. At least that's what I thought when I arrived in Washington, DC, until I was met by old man Shipley's debonair and insanely handsome son. The Senator from California, Aaron Shipley. Youngest senator in the history of politics, single, beyond rich, and the face of every political magazine around the US. Women everywhere wanted a taste of that power.
Me, I'd always thought politics were boring...boy was I wrong. Democracy had never been more exciting.
In the sixth book of the Calendar Girl serial, Mia is sent to our nation's capital, Washington, DC. Still on her mission to save her father, she embraces the life of a gold-digging mistress in order to get a life-saving project off the ground.
Each installment in the Calendar Girl Serial will release every month throughout 2015. The stories will feature Mia's journey as an escort to twelve clients in twelve different locations.
Warning: This book is designed for audiences 18+ due to language and graphic sexual content.
|Series:||Calendar Girl Series , #6|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
She lives in the California Valley where she enjoys her two children and the love of her life. When she’s not writing, you can find her teaching yoga, sipping wine with her “soul sisters” or with her nose stuck in a wicked hot romance novel.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
To summarize: another great book in this series. Mia goes through some hardships in this book and I really felt for her and the way things were solved just didn't sit fully well with me. On the other hand there were also some good things to cancel out the less good things. This book differed a bit form the standard formula of these books, which was a nice change. And we get to see/ hear from some characters from the previous books again, which was great to see how they acted around Mia and how close they were. I liked how Mia influenced her clients life for the better, but the end of the book put a bit of a damper on things.