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February: Calendar Girl Book 2 by [Carlan, Audrey]
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Ohh Laa Laa - Hot Frenchman ALERT!!!! ~Nice and Naughty Book Club
 
Book 2 was just as good as the first book in the series. I'm looking forward to March and meeting client number 3. ~Author Groupies
 
Damn Audrey did it again! Made me smile, made me laugh & made me cry with her beautiful words! I am in love with these books. ~Hooks & Books Book Blog
 
Holy cow - I'm not sure if I'm going to be able to take 12 months of insanely hot men. Wait. Who am I kidding?! I will consume each month like under-feed trollop - salivating over the enticing creatures that Audrey Carlan pairs Mia with. ~Maine Book Mama Book Blog
 
 

About the Author

Audrey Carlan is an Amazon and Kobo bestselling author. She is a voracious reader who spends her time in the California Valley with her husband and two sons falling in love with love each and every day. Her writing style suits her reading preference and tagline of "Wicked Hot Love Stories."

Product Details

  • File Size: 1950 KB
  • Print Length: 102 pages
  • Publisher: Waterhouse Press (August 2, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 2, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013CVOGNU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,638 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In the Calendar Girl serial, we have been promised monthly installments featuring Mia and 12 different clients in 12 different locations, the second novella takes us to Seattle where we meet Alec Dubois. He is a French artist who will lead Mia on a journey of self-discovery. He helps her like herself a little more… Starts a healing process that for Mia has been a long time coming…
With this story Audrey Carlan managed to combine the perfect amount of longing for Wes while showing us the combustible heat and chemistry with Alec. She shows us how this February relationship became a cathartic one where Mia learned to live for herself for once instead of always taking care of and putting everyone else’s needs first. While texts and a phone call with Wes give us a glimpse of the January man that we know and love the author shows us that you can “love the one you’re with” for a snapshot in time and take moments from that relationship that will stay with you for a lifetime.
This book wraps much like January did with a letter to her client. The poignant words show us what Alec and their time together has meant to Mia. We also get to see the email from Aunt Millie and pictures of our March adventure, Anthony ‘Tony’ Fasano. Chicago, Illinois – here we come! - See more at: http://thebookreadinggals.com/february-calendar-girl-book-2-by-audrey-carlan-giveaway/#sthash.hmrePniO.dpuf
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When I finished January’s book I had no clue how Audrey Carlan could follow it up. I was dead set on Mia being with Wes. Hands down he was it for her to me. My heart absolutely broke when she left him. I understand why Mia wanted to do this for her and family. She is independent and needed to prove she could do this and move on.

Well, let me tell you after reading February, I am blown away with how much I loved Alec Dubois. Audrey Carlan you did an amazing job with this book. Alec was so good for Mia. He opened her eyes up to a world she did not know and a love she will never forget.

Mia grew so much in this book. She learned to love herself, work through her emotions, and how to love others. She became comfortable in her skin. I loved how she realized she could love them all in her own way and let them in. “Frinchie’s” explication ‘how love comes in many forms and could be different for each person’ had me swooning. When he told her, he did love her and would have the memories of her when she left had me sniffling.

Alec Dubois won me over quickly with his quirks. He was such a hoot when during parts of the book. This man was set in his ways. But slowly Mia worked her way under his skin to where when she left he would miss her as much as he missed her. And the way he cared for Mia had me swooning form the get go.

Oh, and when this man spoke French! I was a goner. I think I loved Alec as much as Mia did.
The ending when she opened her gift from Alec was absolutely perfect.

I am curious if Audrey will have Wes call Mia in each book. I absolutely adore him and I am secretly praying she ends up with Wes in the end. Though Audrey could have Alec, call Mia in March and I would probably swoon as well.
Can I have March now? I really needed it! LOL
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F*** Oui!
I'm disappointed in myself for discovering this author. I hate that I picked up January because now I am beyond invested, beyond sold by this author, and thus my wallet is going to b*tch-slap me into next week when I buy the rest of the books ASAP.
I absolutely ADORED Wes, and I absolutely ADORED the way the author didn't cheapen what he had with Mia by making her fall head over heels with somebody else. You can feel a different kind of affection between Mia and Alec. It's a very heated one, chemically driven. To be frankly honest, I don't have a thing for French men. They make me cringe. Sorry, French dudes, I grew up in Canada being force-fed French classes and the language is too sweet, too feminine for me, and I love a rugged man in every way imaginary. But, Alec was an exception. He was a workaholic; a romantic at heart with a vocabulary that would make you both swoon and roll your eyes at the same time. I enjoyed him fiercely, and not for the obvious reason of being sexy eye candy. More for teaching our heroine a lesson that most women should appreciate. To love thyself. We are all beautiful in our own way, and it only counts when we believe in it too.

Did Mia get all slutty? Sure. She's a freaking escort. Was it too soon? That was for her to decide. I'm not the kind of person that will read a book about a woman getting into bed with several people and call her a slut. Mainly because we have that many romance books out there where we have allowed men to do the same and not care about it. There are double standards in romantic fiction that not enough people address. What I like about this concept is the author went, "I don't give a crap, this is what I want it to be" and made that happen. With no hesitancy. No fear of rejection.
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I one clicked and pre-ordered it without worry because I know if it is by Audrey Carlan it is going to be Hot!!!! Calendar Girl is a once a month serial, but each can be read alone, as each one is wrapped up at the end of the month. WARNING!!!! If ya read just one though, you'll be hooked and will be waiting on pins and needles for the next one to come out! They are good, and the next month picks up where the previous one left off with Mia leaving for her next escort duties. So far each one has had a bit of a sad, but happy ending! Mia is growing into her character each month and comes away with something she needed to learn in her live with the giving of herself each month. February's lesson for Mia was about learning to love herself! Mia always does for everyone else and she is left out. Alec Dubois is a French artist living in Seattle, and Mia has been hired as his muse for his art this month. This month's book did not disappoint, it had love, hot sex with a French panty melting hunk, and seeing Mia learn to love herself in my minds eye, was priceless! We learned a little more about Mia and about the guys who hire her each month from the escort service for their needs. Mia learned a lot this month, she learned how to love herself and someone else too, and that it is okay to move on. I for one cannot wait for March's story to come to light, the same way I am anxiously waiting for Spring to usher out the nastiness of Winter. So far the last two months of Mia's journey has had a profound effect on me as I read it. There were tears,love,laughter. more insight into Mia's character. As I said these could each be a short stand alone novella, they tell that months story and have a semi ending. With reading each month it adds more insight to the story even more. Come on March Calendar Girl, and Spring! I wonder which one will arrive first?!
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