Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Review: Ten Rules for a Call Girl by Allison Leotta

Ten Rules for a Call Girl
by Allison Leotta

Publisher: Touchstone
Pages: 56
Format: ebook
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  From former federal sex-crimes prosecutor Allison Leotta, an eShort story about the secret life of Washington, D.C.’s highest-paid escorts.

Beautiful Georgetown undergrad Caroline McBride almost has it all—a loving fiancée, a promising academic career, and a college life of fabulous parties—but she can't afford it. When her father becomes ill, plunging her family into debt, she reluctantly agrees to meet Madeleine, the madam of a high-end escort service. Catering to the most powerful men in D.C., Caroline can make more money in one night than in a month at her part-time college job. And no one has to know. All she has to do is follow the madam’s ten simple rules.

Kritters Thoughts:   A very very short novella that sets up the story for book 2.  As I am coning late to this series, I am not sure when this novella came about, but I knew it was in the line up (thanks Goodreads) when I started book 1.  

My main critique about this novella will be, is it worth it?  My answer is sure.  I would read it more as a prequel to book 2 and it is nice to meet the characters and get a little more back story then what is provided in the first few chapters in Discretion, book 2.  I think that I probably wouldn't have been as quickly attached to the victim without this novella, so I say start here and then head on to book 2 - Discretion, review to go up shortly!

Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel

Ebook 2016 Challenge:  11 out of 50

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