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Der Mega-Bestseller aus den USA: Millionen Leserinnen folgen Mia durch ein Jahr voller Abenteuer und Leidenschaft... Was als simpler Job begann, ist für Mia Saunders zur Reise ihres Lebens geworden. In Miami dreht sie ein Musikvideo mit Anton Santiago - Sex mit dem Gott des Hip Hop wäre perfekt, um alles zu vergessen. Doch plötzlich kann Mia manche Dinge nicht mehr zulasse Der Mega-Bestseller aus den USA: Millionen Leserinnen folgen Mia durch ein Jahr voller Abenteuer und Leidenschaft... Was als simpler Job begann, ist für Mia Saunders zur Reise ihres Lebens geworden. In Miami dreht sie ein Musikvideo mit Anton Santiago - Sex mit dem Gott des Hip Hop wäre perfekt, um alles zu vergessen. Doch plötzlich kann Mia manche Dinge nicht mehr zulassen ... Als sie im August in Texas die verschollene Schwester eines Ölbarons mimen soll und von dessen Familie warmherzig begrüßt wird, erkennt sie: Liebe kann schlimmer sein als jede Missachtung. Sie macht verwundbar. Im September kehrt Mia in ihre Heimat Las Vegas zurück, um für die Menschen zu kämpfen, die sie liebt.


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Der Mega-Bestseller aus den USA: Millionen Leserinnen folgen Mia durch ein Jahr voller Abenteuer und Leidenschaft... Was als simpler Job begann, ist für Mia Saunders zur Reise ihres Lebens geworden. In Miami dreht sie ein Musikvideo mit Anton Santiago - Sex mit dem Gott des Hip Hop wäre perfekt, um alles zu vergessen. Doch plötzlich kann Mia manche Dinge nicht mehr zulasse Der Mega-Bestseller aus den USA: Millionen Leserinnen folgen Mia durch ein Jahr voller Abenteuer und Leidenschaft... Was als simpler Job begann, ist für Mia Saunders zur Reise ihres Lebens geworden. In Miami dreht sie ein Musikvideo mit Anton Santiago - Sex mit dem Gott des Hip Hop wäre perfekt, um alles zu vergessen. Doch plötzlich kann Mia manche Dinge nicht mehr zulassen ... Als sie im August in Texas die verschollene Schwester eines Ölbarons mimen soll und von dessen Familie warmherzig begrüßt wird, erkennt sie: Liebe kann schlimmer sein als jede Missachtung. Sie macht verwundbar. Im September kehrt Mia in ihre Heimat Las Vegas zurück, um für die Menschen zu kämpfen, die sie liebt.

30 review for Calendar Girl - Begehrt: Juli/August/September (Calendar Girl Quartal, Band 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Luzie

    This review may contain SPOILERS! I did not like this book, at all! Although I didn't like the whole book, the first month, July, was actually pretty okay. Mia finally had the nerve to accept that she was in love with the person she was meant to be with. As well as her client not being a total douche-canon, so there's that. Than we went on to August were Mia struggled through a new addition to her family, as well as some other secrets that came out throughout the month of August. I have to say th This review may contain SPOILERS! I did not like this book, at all! Although I didn't like the whole book, the first month, July, was actually pretty okay. Mia finally had the nerve to accept that she was in love with the person she was meant to be with. As well as her client not being a total douche-canon, so there's that. Than we went on to August were Mia struggled through a new addition to her family, as well as some other secrets that came out throughout the month of August. I have to say though, the secret was pretty obvious from the first chapter in this particular month. Something that made it more boring to read that month, because there was literally nothing else happening. The last month in this anthology was September. I disliked the story for September so much so, that the rating for this book just sunk lower and lower. I think the thing that bothered me the most about that month, was the way Mia cheated on Wes and while doing so, she, somehow in explicit detail, remembered all the fun sexual adventures she had with her douchebag ex, which she cheated with, for whom she is being an escort so that she can pay off her father's debt. I didn't like that, AT ALL! So yeah, until now these books, unfortunately, have gotten worse and worse! 2,5/5 stars

  2. 4 out of 5

    Quinn's Quippy Quotes

    3.5 There were parts that I really enjoyed and parts that I did a hard eye roll. I definitely have to find out what happens between Mia and Wes!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Garden Of REden

    Calendar Girl wasn’t a series it was an adventure. A year long adventure of self discovery and fun for the main character, Mia. This series is amazing because it can be binged or it can be read in short snippets by reading a month at a time. The storyline is all the angst and drama filled goodness you want from a Las Vegas setting. Mia is hard to crack. She is a fighter and I really admire her and loved seeing her grow through the year.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Calliss

    Not sure what to give here... 3 or 4. I really liked the Texas story, but the other 2 were a bit dull. Also Mia's character continues irritating me. Still it's a fine story, just needed a bit more deept. Not sure what to give here... 3 or 4. I really liked the Texas story, but the other 2 were a bit dull. Also Mia's character continues irritating me. Still it's a fine story, just needed a bit more deept.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    July- 3 stars. I wasn't sure I would like this month at first but it went in a different direction which made me happy. August-4 stars. I liked this month. I liked the turn this took. I am curious how things are going to turn out with the mother. September-4 stars. This took a more surprising turn then the last one. It was good. July- 3 stars. I wasn't sure I would like this month at first but it went in a different direction which made me happy. August-4 stars. I liked this month. I liked the turn this took. I am curious how things are going to turn out with the mother. September-4 stars. This took a more surprising turn then the last one. It was good.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Carolina Galrão

    I found this book way more "deep" than the others. Not so much erotic, but more related with Mia's family, love and feelings. And I just lived it!! I found this book way more "deep" than the others. Not so much erotic, but more related with Mia's family, love and feelings. And I just lived it!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Caroline Fosse

    TW: SEXUAL ASSAULT AND PTSD/FLASHBACKS At this point, I don’t even have any expectations. I know I’ll be disappointed no matter what, but I feel like I have to finish the series because I’ve come this far. Anyway, lets get on with the point, shall we? Also, a warning, this is going to be a long ass review, so brace yourselves. July - Mia is sent to Miami, Florida, where she meets Anton Santiago. He goes by the name Latin Lov-ah, and like every other man in this book, he is good looking with a roc TW: SEXUAL ASSAULT AND PTSD/FLASHBACKS At this point, I don’t even have any expectations. I know I’ll be disappointed no matter what, but I feel like I have to finish the series because I’ve come this far. Anyway, lets get on with the point, shall we? Also, a warning, this is going to be a long ass review, so brace yourselves. July - Mia is sent to Miami, Florida, where she meets Anton Santiago. He goes by the name Latin Lov-ah, and like every other man in this book, he is good looking with a rock-hard body, acts like a bellend until you «get to know him», and surprise, he’s probably great in bed too. She is hired to be in one of Anton’s new music videos, where she’ll try to seduce him with her dance moves and unique looks. I just can’t take this book seriously, I know it’s supposed to be hot and sexy, but Latin-ah? Not to forget, I vividly remember her being described as nothing out of the ordinary, regular, nothing special etc the previous books, so I don’t really understand where her «unique looks» comes in. Pretty early on, she reveals that she doesn’t know how to dance. I have a question, how did she get casted for this video? If you take part in a dancing video, shouldn’t one of the first requirements be that you have to be a some what good dancer? They didn’t even check, it doesn’t make sense. I feel like this is just one more part of the story where it doesn’t really make sense, but the author had to write twelve books to get to the point, where Mia helps her father out at the end of the year. He also uses Spanish words in english sentences, and I am pretty sure that the french guy in that other book did the same thing as well. I don’t even remember his name, but i think he used french words in regular sentences. Am I the only one who think it’s weird? I don’t use Norwegian words when I talk english with english people, it’s not like I’m in a conversation and suddenly I say something like «I don’t think it was funny because my friend acted like a liten dritt (little shit)». Sorry, it just doesn’t make sense to me. I can’t stand Ginelle and Mia’s friendship, I know they’re joking and whatever, but it’s not at all cute or funny. I wish they would grow up a little bit, and the nicknames, I can’t take them (or anything else in this book for that matter) seriously. “Hello, Mia? Dick got your tongue? I sure as hell hope so. You’re grumpy since that political prick got his grubby hands on you.” I mean, who wouldn’t love to have a best friend who makes light of your sexual assault. Also, Gin invites Wes to Mia’s birthday party because if she won’t sleep with Anton, she’ll probably sleep with Wes. Apparently, getting laid will cure her problems and make things okay again. Mia is so incredibly childish at times, and I don’t understand why people find that so incredibly attractive and sexy. She’s rude to her clients, yet she gets away with it because she looks so good and wonderful, yet she was described as just a regular girl in the first book. I’m just curious as to where she got that wonderful and stunning appearance, since it just appeared out of the blue. It’s not like getting a Brazilian wax is going to change your whole life, and make you look like a brand new person. This book contained a terrible depiction of mental health, and Anton insisted on touching Mia despite it triggering her to anxiety attacks and blackouts. Anton tells about his past because Mia put him on the spot, and it’s so incredibly cliche. Anton is so incredibly insensitive and disrespectful when it comes to Mia’s feelings, and her anxiety after the sexual assault. At one point, he presses his hands against her hips, and rubbed his groin along her ass to a point where she broke out in sweat and asked him to stop. She told him what happened and how she felt, yet, he continues to «forget» it. The least thing he could do was to give her a warning before touching her, and ask her if she was okay with the dance moves he, Maria and Heather came up with. Suddenly, Heather and Anton starts fighting in front of Mia, making her extremely uncomfortable. When Heather gets angry, he lifts up her chin and calls her «baby», without taking what she said seriously. When she’s had enough, she spills the beans and tells him she’s considering taking a job offering. He shouts at her, saying «You are not fucking leaving me!». Honestly, this whole scene was disgusting. When he tries to make it better, offers to do anything she wants, says she’s the only one he listens to, gives her a raise etc, she storms off without telling anybody what she really wants. Wes and Mia doesn’t even have a conversation when they meet, they jump straight to having sex. And miraculously she doesn’t have a flashback because Wes’ touch is so special and unique that it doesn’t matter anymore. Everything is suddenly okay, maybe this is supposed to be a sign and they’re ment for each other, but it’s not realistic at all. You can’t really control flashbacks, you can trust someone more than strangers of course, but you can’t choose to not be affected by their touch. (view spoiler)[Wes eventually finds out that Mia was sexually assaulted, and instead of listening to her when she says there’s nothing more they can do about it, he snaps and gets angry because someone touched HIS girlfriend and it hurt HIS feelings that HE wasn’t told. In his head, it’s all about Wes. Also, it seems like he hasn’t really payed any attention to what has been happening the months they’ve been together. He didn’t even remember Tony and Hector even though he met them, he was there, yet he acts surprised. It doesn’t make sense at all, he is so god damn self-centered. Also, he gets extremely angry and upset when Mia is honest about her clients and the people she slept with, when the fact is that he slept with someone else as well. Trust me, I’d never justify cheating or anything of that sort. But she was doing her job, one of his main rules was to not fall in love, they agreed that she had to continue because he knew thats what she wanted in order to save her father. He tries to make her feel like shit because of her personal choices, and it’s not okay. (hide spoiler)] «I figured out that it wasn’t just the touch from another man that triggered the response. Guilt drove the flashbacks, the anxiety, the niggling fear» Wow, what a great way to end the first book. Dealing with mental health and trauma is that easy, problem solved, no problem. It’s so convenient that she got over it right in time for the seductive music video, just wonderful. And not to forget the fact that Wes is actually possessive and low-key racist, amazing. «Tee tee». August - This time, Mia has been hired to be the long lost sister of oil tycoon, Maxwell Cunningham, in Dallas, Texas. One of the richest men in the world left forty-nine percent of his company to a woman named Mia Saunders. What a coincidence. Lets just state the obvious and get the cat out of the bag. Wes is so possessive and demanding, it’s actually scary to see how she takes it. Early on in the book, Mia talks to his housekeeper, and shit goes down when she continuously tries to stir the pot and bring up things that could potentially cause drama. And then, she says this; «There are very few things that he doesn’t get when he sets his mind to having them. You would do well to learn that now. If you are what he wants, you are what he will have, or he’ll die trying» We are talking about a person, not an object. He actually has the nerve to move her out of her own apartment because he wants her to live with him. He didn’t even ask, he just expected her to be okay about it. The sad part is, she just gives in and says it’s okay. When she meets Max, he, like everyone else in the story, has no boundaries and invades her privacy to a whole other level. His asks personal questions about both her and her family, his wife even went into Mia’s phone, yet she just brushes it off even though they’re acting weird and creepy. Lets not forget the fact that Max and his wife invited Mia’s sister Maddie and her fiancé to visit their farm, and cried when they heard about her for the first time. I’m sorry, but what in the world went through her sister’s head when she actually accepted a strangers offer to travel with a privat airplane to their farm? At this point, I can’t believe she makes excuses, this is just creepy behavior, no doubt about it. When she falls asleep, she has these weird dreams from her childhood, where a boy came up to her and said he wanted her mother to be his mother, because he didn’t have a mother himself. No surprise, his name was Max. But, instead of taking it seriously even though she clearly remember meeting a boy named Max who looked like the younger version of the Max she knows now, she still brushes it off and acts surprised when the plot twist comes. There’s a point in the book where his wife Cyndi literally says «Tell her» right in front of Mia, and when they don’t say anything she doesn’t even bother to ask what’s going on. She just brushes it off an blames it on «their weird behavior». I’m not sure if she’s just stupid, or if she actually believes that nothing is going on, either way it’s just eyerolling. You don’t really have to be a brain surgeon to figure out the plot twist in this book either, it literally wasn’t a surprise what so ever. I think everyone and their mother probably saw that one coming, but anyway. She gets angry as she usually does, and even though I understand why, it still annoys the crap out of me. I just really can’t stand Mia as a character. September - As Mia rushes home to Las Vegas, things takes a turn when she forgets to pay back what she owes this month, and is forced to pay 200 000 dollars to Blaine as soon as possible. The book starts off at the hospital where both Mia and Maddie waits as their father’s health gets worse, and his body reacts negatively to the medicine the hospital is giving him. The weird thing about the whole thing is that throughout the whole series, and this is the eight book, she hasn’t mentioned her father in a positive way. She goes on rambling about how stupid her father is for making a mess and ending up in debt, but at the end of it she says «but he loved us» as if that makes us feel for them as a family. Suddenly she starts talking about all the great memories they’ve had throughout the years, and how much of a wonderful dad he was to them. I just would like to read about that sooner, rather than dragging it out in one chapter because his life is suddenly at risk. The whole reason she took the job as an escort was to save her father and clean up the mess he made, so it would be nice to know why she even bothered in the first place. Suddenly, after not contacting Wes for weeks, she finds out that he’s either missing, dead or captured by terrorists. His family didn’t want the media finding out that he was traveling or whatever, which is an extremely stupid thought because he could be in danger? If someone in my family went missing, I would do anything to get them back, I wouldn’t just sit there and wait because I didn’t want to attract attention, even I’m not that stupid. Apparently, there’s nothing she can do because she doesn’t have any money. She could save her own ass, as well as her father, yet she choses to not borrow any money from all her rich friends, or her rich brother that wouldn’t have the slightest problem with it. There comes a time where being stubborn isn’t working, and you need to ask for help in order to help yourself and the ones you love. I can’t with this girl, she is just unbelievable. Also, lets talk about Gin, and how she is extremely insensitive and rude towards basically everybody, but especially Mia. She is fully aware that Mia’s father is fighting for his life and that the doctors are telling the family that it’s time to say goodbye, yet she bursts into the hospital room, says something about «bearing gifts» and continues to talk about her buying things because the guy in the shops was super hot. Not only that, she gets angry because Mia didn’t mention the fact that she met Aspen, a woman who apparently is «Gin’s ticket to fame». I’m sorry, but it’s not the fucking time. When things couldn’t get any worse, Gin gets kidnapped, and Mia is forced to go out on a «date» with Blaine. She tells Blaine to let her best friend go, but also spends a lot of time talking about food. Prioritizing. She makes an offer, and they almost end up sleeping together because she is daydreaming about Wes? Please stop. She spent eight books talking about how much she loves Wes, yet she makes out with him and gives in as soon as she closed her eyes. I am so fucking sick and tired of Mia’s decisions. Her money problems could be solved in a couple of hours, yet she tries to make it so difficult and makes excuses because she wants to do everything by herself, even though it puts the rest of her family and acquaintances in danger. There’s a point where stubbornness becomes stupidity, and we probably all know where Mia is on the scale. (view spoiler)[So… Mia payed off her fathers debt, yet the book and the series still continues? The whole point of the series is that she does her job, makes money and pays back what she owes. This book didn’t even have a client, it was just a mess. It’s wrapped up, what’s next? (hide spoiler)]

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carla C

    English While they are ideal books to have a good time, each time they disappoint me more. The story seems to me more and more surreal, and in large part because of its protagonist, Mia. Mia is looking more foolish in each book. With Maxwell's case, it was not even going through his head what was really happening, when it was already very clear and had everything in front of his eyes. At that time I thought it was very silly. In these books everything is laughs and parties, until suddenly hard English While they are ideal books to have a good time, each time they disappoint me more. The story seems to me more and more surreal, and in large part because of its protagonist, Mia. Mia is looking more foolish in each book. With Maxwell's case, it was not even going through his head what was really happening, when it was already very clear and had everything in front of his eyes. At that time I thought it was very silly. In these books everything is laughs and parties, until suddenly hard and tense moments appear. I liked that, because I like the drama a lot, but what I did not like so much is that all the problems followed appeared. When they went for three... Ok, I accepted it. But like six in a row? That seemed quite surreal, because they did not give a second rest between problem and problem. But at least those forced moments of tension served to remove the monotony of these books, since in the beginning Mia made the harsh decision to be an escort for a year, and in the end it ended up being almost happier that way. And all this not to mention the disgusting scene with Blaine... that still does not enter my mind as she could imagine for so long that it was Wes. Surreal. Luckily there is Wes to save these great disappointments in this third book. I will continue with the saga, since it would not make sense to leave it now, when I only have one book left, and, besides, as I said, they are good books to pass the time. In spite of everything I am already fond of some of his characters. Actually only with the boys, I do not know how Mia does it so that all those who hire her are so good, handsome and perfect (something also quite surreal). I'm not so fond of Mia, because I find everything very silly and very false. His relationship with his sister is also very exaggerated. Everything seems very exaggerated and forced in these books. But I will finish it. Español Si bien son unos libros ideales para pasar un buen rato, cada vez me decepcionan más. La historia cada vez me parece más surrealista, y en gran parte por culpa de su protagonista, Mía. Mía va pareciéndome más tonta en cada libro. Con el caso de Maxwell, es que ni siquiera se le pasaba por la cabeza lo que en realidad estaba pasando, cuando era ya clarísimo y lo tenía todo delante de sus ojos. En ese momento me pareció muy muy tonta. En estos libros todo son risas y fiestas, hasta que de repente aparecen momentos duros y de tensión. Eso me agradó, porque me gusta mucho el drama, pero lo que no me gustó tanto es que aparecieran todos los problemas seguidos. Cuando iban por tres... Vale, lo aceptaba. ¿Pero como seis seguidos? Eso me pareció bastante surrealista, porque no daban ni un segundo de descanso entre problema y problema. Pero por lo menos esos forzados momentos de tensión sirvieron para quitar la monotonía de estos libros, ya que en un principio Mía tomaba la dura decisión de ser escort durante un año, y al final terminaba por ser casi más feliz así. Y todo esto por no hablar de la asquerosa escena con Blaine... que todavía no me entra por la cabeza como pudo imaginar tanto rato que era Wes. Surrealista. Por suerte está Wes para salvar estas grandes decepciones en este tercer libro. Continuaré con la saga, ya que no tendría sentido dejarla ahora, cuando solo me queda un libro, y, además, como ya dije, son unos buenos libros para pasar el rato. A pesar de todo ya estoy encariñada con algunos de sus personajes. En realidad solo con los chicos, que no sé cómo lo hace Mía para que todos los que la contratan sean tan buenos, guapos y perfectos (algo también bastante surrealista). A Mía no le tengo tanto cariño porque me va pareciendo muy tonta y muy falso todo. Su relación con su hermana también es como muy exagerada. Todo parece muy exagerado y forzado en estos libros. Pero la terminaré.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    After suffering an assault in June, Mia is off on her next assignment in Miami where she is still recovering. She has random flashbacks of the assault and is struggling a bit. In August Mia travels to texas to meet Max and pretend to be his long lost sister. Not knowing that she really is his sister. Mia realises she finally has a family besides Maddy whom she can trust and rely on. In September Mia receives some horrible news, Wes has been kidnapped and she doesn't know if he will survive. To mak After suffering an assault in June, Mia is off on her next assignment in Miami where she is still recovering. She has random flashbacks of the assault and is struggling a bit. In August Mia travels to texas to meet Max and pretend to be his long lost sister. Not knowing that she really is his sister. Mia realises she finally has a family besides Maddy whom she can trust and rely on. In September Mia receives some horrible news, Wes has been kidnapped and she doesn't know if he will survive. To make matters worse the loan shark who beat up her dad has taken her best friend hostage and wants the money ASAP. Not knowing what to do Mia tries to make a deal with him and coming to her rescue is her new brother Max. He pays off Mia's debt and is there for her whilst the love of her life is essentially missing

  10. 4 out of 5

    Aimee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Omg the twists and turns in this installment of the series was amazing ! A brother ? Kidnapping ? Hostages ? Just insane ! Can not wait to dive into book 4

  11. 4 out of 5

    Regitze

    Yes! This book was just what I needed. Let me start by saying that the words Audrey wrote in mine when she signed it is so fitting for this book that I can’t even. Friends are the family you chose. That is so accurate for Mia’s adventures in this book and I couldn’t stop reading. This series is so far from the shallow “girl spends a year with a different über-sexy ridiculously hot dude each month and has some steamy sex. I mean, there is steamy sex. But this series has so much more to offer, so m Yes! This book was just what I needed. Let me start by saying that the words Audrey wrote in mine when she signed it is so fitting for this book that I can’t even. Friends are the family you chose. That is so accurate for Mia’s adventures in this book and I couldn’t stop reading. This series is so far from the shallow “girl spends a year with a different über-sexy ridiculously hot dude each month and has some steamy sex. I mean, there is steamy sex. But this series has so much more to offer, so many interesting characters and plot threads and in this it took a whole different turn than what I was expecting. I also want to give Audrey a thank you for the way that she portrayed the aftermath of what happened at the end of June. I didn’t wholly agree with it just magicæly disappearong when Wes showed up, but after that it was handled better than I though it would be.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Heaven

    How do I even begin to process this?? I must admit this book has been the best in the series so far, the twists and turns really take you on a crazy roller coaster ride. I am really in love with this series and cannot wait to see what happens in the next book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Krista

    Light, enjoyable read with characters that I really like and am rooting for. Am going to miss these books after I finish the last one!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Silje Lehn-Pedersen

    It goes downhill... Started good in january, now I only read it to know how it ends.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Megan ~The Never Ending Book Basket

    This was a phenomenal continuation of the series. After finishing the first half of Mia‘s journey, I could not wait to get the rest of it. I loved that this part of her story pushed my heart, it showed her and everyone around her so much, and how all of these months really changed everything for her. I really liked getting to be there to see that, to be a part of that journey, and getting to experience everything that came her way. These three months definitely worth the easiest for her, but the This was a phenomenal continuation of the series. After finishing the first half of Mia‘s journey, I could not wait to get the rest of it. I loved that this part of her story pushed my heart, it showed her and everyone around her so much, and how all of these months really changed everything for her. I really liked getting to be there to see that, to be a part of that journey, and getting to experience everything that came her way. These three months definitely worth the easiest for her, but they changed everything in a way that I truly will never forget. I absolutely love the series and I am so glad that I finally took the chance to read it. I love how every month just solidifies my love for Mian and these other characters. I also love that it gives me another piece of her and her journey. I’ve really connected to her reading this series and it truly is a unique premise that I have enjoyed every single word of. Getting to be there with Mian as she learns about herself, about love, about family and friends and everything in between has just been perfection. I can’t say that enough. The series just continues to pull me in. I cannot wait to see how it all comes together. I cannot wait for more of her and every person who owns her heart. I cannot wait to see where the last three months of the year will take them all. The level of consummation I feel with these characters and within this world is out of this world phenomenal. I am living for every breath of the story and I am beyond ready to see how it all comes to be.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea Gouin

    3.5 stars. This is the beginning of the end of these novels, the shift happening near the end of August. Mia has come a long way on her journey as an escort to pay off her father's debt. In July she's to star in a music video despite not being able to dance. She is dealing with the trauma of her attack that happened a mere 3 weeks ago. The Latin Lov-ah talks to her about his past though and she decides opening up to her friend and Wes is better than speaking to a professional...and somehow she's 3.5 stars. This is the beginning of the end of these novels, the shift happening near the end of August. Mia has come a long way on her journey as an escort to pay off her father's debt. In July she's to star in a music video despite not being able to dance. She is dealing with the trauma of her attack that happened a mere 3 weeks ago. The Latin Lov-ah talks to her about his past though and she decides opening up to her friend and Wes is better than speaking to a professional...and somehow she's magically over all her qualms. But she does realize she is in fact in love with Wes and wants to settle down with him. But not enough to take his offer to pay off the debt and quit being an escort. In August, she's bought by an oil tycoon and discovers that she's an heiress and her mom cheated on her dad to have Maddy. And the guy Jackson that bought her this month is actually her brother. And then her dad takes a turn for the worse (this was kind of a boring month...) And September everything goes bat shit crazy. With her dad probably not going to make it, Mia misses her payment to Blaine so he kidnaps Mia's friend...Wes is captured by terrorists while filming a movie in some dangerous location (he just wanted the perfect shot!)...and Jackson finally tells Mia to shut up and pas off her debt in full. This was a wild ride and a few unexpected turns. This is still trash but it's fun trash. It took itself a little too seriously in these months which made for a ridiculous ride but overall I still thought it was a fun collection. I'm interested how the series will conclude!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Julie Barrett

    Calendar girl. Volumes 1-4 by Carlan_ Audrey 12 month books by the same author Calendar girl: Mia wants to get in, make her money and get out problem is she has to keep her heart out of it. She rides a bike and will explore the escort service after being a waitress on the Vegas strip. Her aunt will help her as it's her brother that is hospitalized from not paying back the loan sharks. Her job for the next month is with Wes, in CA and she has her own room and wardrobe and lots of events they will at Calendar girl. Volumes 1-4 by Carlan_ Audrey 12 month books by the same author Calendar girl: Mia wants to get in, make her money and get out problem is she has to keep her heart out of it. She rides a bike and will explore the escort service after being a waitress on the Vegas strip. Her aunt will help her as it's her brother that is hospitalized from not paying back the loan sharks. Her job for the next month is with Wes, in CA and she has her own room and wardrobe and lots of events they will attend. She just has to keep her heart to herself...she takes on other jobs to make more money... Like very descriptive details of dress, jewelry and places they go-ultra rich. Erotic steamy sex scenes and some vulgar language that goes along with the story line. Each volume containing 3 books of months of the year is included. Sex is all the same just with different men. Baseball player, artist, swimsuit designer, locations: Boston, Seattle, CA, Hawaii, NY and all its locations. Fire night dancing sounds so cool! Meaningful part of this for me was 'Family'. Really liked 'where are they now' I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tanisha Inman

    Seriously, a blind man can see better than this chick. Yeah, that's smart let your ego get in the way of your life and the lives of your friends. Mia has had several chances to pay off this debt and pay the money back to someone who loved her and wouldn't threaten her life but stupidly says "no" I have to do it myself. She can continue to escort her way free from the debt but get the dumbass loan shark off her back. That's not a move a smart woman makes and increasingly Mia is proving to be a li Seriously, a blind man can see better than this chick. Yeah, that's smart let your ego get in the way of your life and the lives of your friends. Mia has had several chances to pay off this debt and pay the money back to someone who loved her and wouldn't threaten her life but stupidly says "no" I have to do it myself. She can continue to escort her way free from the debt but get the dumbass loan shark off her back. That's not a move a smart woman makes and increasingly Mia is proving to be a lightweight in the smarts department. This series is definitely a suspension of belief because yes an escort is a hooker no matter how you try to pretty it up. The likelihood that all of her clients would be young, good-looking men who wanted to do her and vice a versa are slim to none but this is fiction so whatever. I have no problem with Mia finishing her year because she contracted with Milly for a year and she doesn't want her aunt to lose money but couldn't she have been smarter about the loan shark?

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mary Winstead

    Mia is in her month of July and his name is Warren. Warren is a senator trying to get a treaty to help world health. He needs Mia for eye candy for the rich to help him. Well Warren has a son named Aaron who has a thing for Kia. When Aaron finds out his father is dating his maid he takes it out on Mia. Bad move. August is maximum. He needs Mia to play his long lost sister who has the same name and birthday. When the cat comes out of the bag Mia's whole world is shifted. September is no one sadly Mia is in her month of July and his name is Warren. Warren is a senator trying to get a treaty to help world health. He needs Mia for eye candy for the rich to help him. Well Warren has a son named Aaron who has a thing for Kia. When Aaron finds out his father is dating his maid he takes it out on Mia. Bad move. August is maximum. He needs Mia to play his long lost sister who has the same name and birthday. When the cat comes out of the bag Mia's whole world is shifted. September is no one sadly her pops takes a turn for the worst and is on life support. Blaine the nasty ex that has her doing all this makes her meet with him at their place. When she doesn't want to he sends her a message loud and clear..

  20. 5 out of 5

    A Chapa

    This series is like hot sex! Jan/Feb/Mar was the foreplay- it gave you enough to get hooked and know you were going to want more. April/May/June is the Oral- leaves you breathless and panting, desiring to be taken to the ultimate climax but he won’t let you... you have to wait. You become needy for the next (book;) July/Aug/Sept is the hot sex- he takes you & makes you his. You’re almost there... almost finished... you’re ready for the ultimate climax.. but then he slows back down making sweet lov This series is like hot sex! Jan/Feb/Mar was the foreplay- it gave you enough to get hooked and know you were going to want more. April/May/June is the Oral- leaves you breathless and panting, desiring to be taken to the ultimate climax but he won’t let you... you have to wait. You become needy for the next (book;) July/Aug/Sept is the hot sex- he takes you & makes you his. You’re almost there... almost finished... you’re ready for the ultimate climax.. but then he slows back down making sweet love to you... you need to finish... agony and bliss all at the same time. Oct/Nov/Dec- the ultimate climax. Everything you expected and more. Enough to make you go from lust to love just like that.... Awesome series!!!! I couldn’t get enough of Mia and Wes!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I'd set this series aside for awhile, more pressing read and too many eye rolls as I read the adventures of Mia Saunders, escort of the month and part time hooker. To pay off her father's debt she is pimped out by her aunt as an escort, if there's sex there's an extra charge. Figures that Mr. January turn out to be the man of her dreams and it takes them months to realize it. In this 3 month span we see her become a video star, an oil heiress, and nursemaid to her comatose father. The focus is cha I'd set this series aside for awhile, more pressing read and too many eye rolls as I read the adventures of Mia Saunders, escort of the month and part time hooker. To pay off her father's debt she is pimped out by her aunt as an escort, if there's sex there's an extra charge. Figures that Mr. January turn out to be the man of her dreams and it takes them months to realize it. In this 3 month span we see her become a video star, an oil heiress, and nursemaid to her comatose father. The focus is changing from the client of the month to her dreams coming true. On to the rest of the year.....

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gretchen

    Continuing to enjoy Mia's journey. She was a strong woman before and has grown even stronger. Her most significant growth in these three books was learning to trust others when she is in need. Growing her family in all sorts of different ways is going to create a sort of happiness that she never expected. The series started light and sexy and I did not expect the middle of the year for Mia to get so intense. Excellent plotting!! I'm looking forward to a satisfying ending...although I could leave h Continuing to enjoy Mia's journey. She was a strong woman before and has grown even stronger. Her most significant growth in these three books was learning to trust others when she is in need. Growing her family in all sorts of different ways is going to create a sort of happiness that she never expected. The series started light and sexy and I did not expect the middle of the year for Mia to get so intense. Excellent plotting!! I'm looking forward to a satisfying ending...although I could leave her at the end of September and know that Mia will survive and have a wonderful life.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    I read this entire series like one would binge-watch Netflix. I went in blind with this series. I thought it was going to be like others in the aspect that each book was about a different girl. However, it is all about one amazing woman and her year-long journey to find herself. Along the way, she meets some really interesting people and eventually, she finds the family and the love she's been after her entire life. If you have any doubts about joining her on this journey, don't. Just jump in, y I read this entire series like one would binge-watch Netflix. I went in blind with this series. I thought it was going to be like others in the aspect that each book was about a different girl. However, it is all about one amazing woman and her year-long journey to find herself. Along the way, she meets some really interesting people and eventually, she finds the family and the love she's been after her entire life. If you have any doubts about joining her on this journey, don't. Just jump in, you won't have any regrets.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina Roy

    July: Her and Wes finally start figuring things out. She had to look hard at herself and start to get over June's trauma. Another decent month. August-My favorite book yet. Finally find out some good info about Mia. Mia and Maddy's world grows larger and an amazing new person comes into the picture. September: Another solid book. This time a major loop thrown in for Wes. Max becomes awesome. Mia has to get herself out of trouble fast before more people get hurt. But glad a happy ending to this o July: Her and Wes finally start figuring things out. She had to look hard at herself and start to get over June's trauma. Another decent month. August-My favorite book yet. Finally find out some good info about Mia. Mia and Maddy's world grows larger and an amazing new person comes into the picture. September: Another solid book. This time a major loop thrown in for Wes. Max becomes awesome. Mia has to get herself out of trouble fast before more people get hurt. But glad a happy ending to this one.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Staci

    V3 wowed me July- man alive what a ride!!! Poor Mia and the trials she faces but it pays off at the end!! August-whoa!!! Major plot twists didn't see those coming September- Mia is carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders! How much can one woman handle! Deep breathes she will get through this. V3 just wowed me, all that has happened and still have 3 months to go. Can't wait to read what happens next!!! V3 wowed me July- man alive what a ride!!! Poor Mia and the trials she faces but it pays off at the end!! August-whoa!!! Major plot twists didn't see those coming September- Mia is carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders! How much can one woman handle! Deep breathes she will get through this. V3 just wowed me, all that has happened and still have 3 months to go. Can't wait to read what happens next!!!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Emma Thingsted

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Plain awful. Seriously, there’s no polite way to put it. This was terrible. Mia is a terrible, one dimensioned character without a brain. In this book, she infantilizes her sister and puts her best friend in danger just because... because what? Oh right, she’s too *proud* to let her brother help her out. The language in this book is terrible. The sex tedious and cliche, and the word “baby’ is overused. Never again!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    I have loved this entire series so far. Volume three was such an emotional rollercoaster for me. Mia is a strong woman and I absolutely love that about her!!! So far Volume 3 has been my favorite. Can’t wait to finish this series off but I’m also very sad that I only have three more months with Mia and all the amazing people in her world.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Keri Grammer

    Definitely a roller coaster ride for sure... I'm still on the fence with Mia, she can be sweet as honey and the next selfish... so much shit goes down in these three books it's crazy... hope the next three is all gravy baby bc I want to see Wes happy, I love him!! Definitely a roller coaster ride for sure... I'm still on the fence with Mia, she can be sweet as honey and the next selfish... so much shit goes down in these three books it's crazy... hope the next three is all gravy baby bc I want to see Wes happy, I love him!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kira Gimm

    Not nearly as good as the first two. I don't want to give anything away, but there was one storyline that was introduced in this book that was so completely absurd it practically killed the whole series for me. However, I only have one book left so I might as well finish it out. Not nearly as good as the first two. I don't want to give anything away, but there was one storyline that was introduced in this book that was so completely absurd it practically killed the whole series for me. However, I only have one book left so I might as well finish it out.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    Definitely the most intense volume. August and September kept me awake longer into the night when I shouldve been sleeping lol. Defiantly a page turner. Ready to start volume 3 and see how Mia's journey ends! Definitely the most intense volume. August and September kept me awake longer into the night when I shouldve been sleeping lol. Defiantly a page turner. Ready to start volume 3 and see how Mia's journey ends!

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