Friday, February 26, 2016

Becoming A Jett Girl - Book Review

Becoming a Jett Girl (Bourbon, #1)Becoming a Jett Girl by Meghan Quinn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Published May 29th 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

How did I start the Lafayette Club?

Well, I’m in the business of saving tarnished souls. I hand pick girls from the street who have no options left in life and give them an opportunity they can’t possibly refuse.

They come to work in the Lafayette Club which is full of EXQUISITE DEBAUCHERY, where influential men come to conduct business and lap dances are considered a fine art.

The girls are trained, they are morphed, they are educated, they follow the rules of the club and they know to submit to me. They live by my motto, no relationships, no love, just sex.

They are never touched, only by me, they are never completely naked, only with me, and their personas are entirely anonymous. The only person who knows who they truly are, is me, Jett Colby.

If these girls were ever seen on the streets of New Orleans, you would never know they were a Jett Girl.

There were more than a few eye-roll worthy moments. Usually accompanied with a "Did she just say that?"

Now I'm the type of girl who will constantly have my own "Did I say that?!" moments; usually 24 hours after I said whatever weird thing that suddenly surprised me.
I'm all for saying things on an impulse, but Goldie takes it to a whole other level.

Now that I've more or less compared myself to her I feel like I should describe her behavior as bold.

She is though. She has a confidence that only characters in books dare to have. She has great sass and it took no time at all to want to get to know more about her and her world.

Her world, which involves two very attractive guys.
Very attractive and very appealing.
Who help make the story even more appealing itself.

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