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Virtue Author Allison Bassen Summary Í 102 Allison Bassen ✓ 2 Free read Summary à PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Allison Bassen Her profession paying attention to the psychological longings of her clients After all sex is so much than just sex Even though she has powerful men under her influence Candice still glances over her shoulder Susan once a wealthy Atlanta socialite played by the rules only to be confronted w. So I am unsure why I chose to review and ARC of a book called Virtue with a cover like this one I NEVER choose to read a book that appears like this when it is not recommended to me first With that said I was shocked at just how much I enjoyed it I am still not completely thrilled with the topic it entails but I should have read about it or assumed before hand so that is my own fault With that said I am giving this book an honest review based off of the writing style creativity and over all likability and not based off of my own beliefs or personal opinions on the subject matter If I chose to review a book with prostitution in it then I cannot complain that the book had too much sex and put that against it can ISusan is every bit the debutante she was raised to be From saving herself until marriage to submitting to a husband and his needs and not uestioning other s decisions she is uite the wife for anyone of higher class Susan starts to feel like something is wrong in her marriage and the man she is married to is not who she thought he was After uncovering lies and deceit that could put her life in jeopardy Susan takes off and starts a new life and discovers a person that she never thought she had inside of herCandice is every man s fantasy come to life when they enter her New York City Penthouse in a classy hotel She has some of the wealthiest clients come to her to fulfill their needs sexually and at times emotionally This is by no means a dream of Candice s but for now it pays the bills and gives her a safe place to escape the demons of her past But will Candice ever stop looking over her shoulderI was uite shocked that I enjoyed this book as much as I had Candice and Susan are two completely different people and yet the same person I love seeing Susan turn into an independent strong sexy woman and do what she has to do to survive I cannot say I agree with what Candice chose to do in her life but I have also never been in the situation she was in either I must say I have never looked at prostitution as so luxurious or enjoyable as Candice made it seem Overall I give Virtue a 4 star rating Based off of creativity alone and the jaw dropping moments of did that just happen and it was an enjoyable read Not the usual book I would read but good none the less and I would read another book by Allison Bassen if given the opportunity I received an ARC in exchange of an honest review

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Virtue Author Allison Bassen Summary Í 102 Allison Bassen ✓ 2 Free read Summary à PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Allison Bassen Candice and Susan thought they had it all but they were dead wrong Their lives were in jeopardy the day they learned the daunting truth about one formidable man Candice incognito now occupies the penthouse suite as the in house call girl at Manhattan's swankiest hotel She rises to the top of. Great uick read

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Virtue Author Allison Bassen Summary Í 102 Allison Bassen ✓ 2 Free read Summary à PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Allison Bassen Ith an unimaginable ultimatum She snaps out of her charm school coma realizing the last twenty three years played like a sinister joke at her expense Now she has one goal Stay alive One will survive VIRTUE takes you on a ride of sultry suspense Buckle up COMING SOON SIGN UP FOR A FREE GIVEAW. A sweet southern belle turns tricks to make ends meet in the urban jungle It s a true coming of age story Well it s a little complicated than that There is her Southern gentlemen husband a regular good ole boy on the outside at least a sweet sassy grandmother and enough mention of food that will have you reaching for the take out menus Virtue is set in the 80 s and while I love a I 3 the 80 s marathon as much as the next person it seems out of place to mention it in the opening paragraph especially since the era doesn t play a role in the story Even though it is set in the 1980 s the story seems very dated I don t know if the author just has an appreciation for simpler times but it felt like it was set in the 1950 s Virtue is meant to be a sultry suspense and while it picks up the intrigue towards the end in a standard gotcha moment it is not that sultry which is surprising since the world s oldest profession is a central theme There are than a few points in the story that seem odd they make an appearance and but then are never heard from again ie the best friend the parents the journalism career the suspicious activity Also a few grammatical and spelling errors are sprinkled throughout how can one make a glass of water And substituting Ethyl for Ethel contemptuous for contentious This is a debut novel for the author so the dialogue is a little stilted and the characters are a little one dimensional and clich d I could have done without the dual pov s as well as the irrelevant details I like food too but this isn t a cookbook However there is a campy over the top feel that is entertaining if you are willing to overlook some of the plot holes Unpeople Victims of British Policy belle turns tricks to make ends meet in the urban jungle It s a true coming of age story Well it s a little complicated than that There is her Southern gentlemen husband a regular good ole Men in White Suits boy on the outside at least a sweet sassy grandmother and enough mention of food that will have you reaching for the take out menus Virtue is set in the 80 s and while I love a I 3 the 80 s marathon as much as the next person it seems out of place to mention it in the opening paragraph especially since the era doesn t play a role in the story Even though it is set in the 1980 s the story seems very dated I don t know if the author just has an appreciation for simpler times Dune but it felt like it was set in the 1950 s Virtue is meant to Tehanu be a sultry suspense and while it picks up the intrigue towards the end in a standard gotcha moment it is not that sultry which is surprising since the world s oldest profession is a central theme There are than a few points in the story that seem odd they make an appearance and A Tradition of Victory but then are never heard from again ie the Monstruos como nosotros Historias de freaks colosos y prodigios best friend the parents the journalism career the suspicious activity Also a few grammatical and spelling errors are sprinkled throughout how can one make a glass of water And substituting Ethyl for Ethel contemptuous for contentious This is a debut novel for the author so the dialogue is a little stilted and the characters are a little one dimensional and clich d I could have done without the dual pov s as well as the irrelevant details I like food too Drunken Fireworks but this isn t a cookbook However there is a campy over the top feel that is entertaining if you are willing to overlook some of the plot holes