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Easy Virtue by [Asher, Mia]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3978 KB
  • Print Length: 225 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Mia Asher, LLC; 1 edition (2 Dec. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QJB2RTG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #183,155 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Even though I could kick myself for waiting so long to read this book I'm kinda glad I did because I can now go straight into Sweetest Venom. From reading this blurb I shouldn't have liked this book it has everything I dislike in my books, cheating, a kinda love triangle and a selfish materialistic heroine but Mia Asher cast a spell on me and I was spell bound by her words, I couldn't stop reading. I loved Ronan but I couldn't help falling for Lawrence, I even liked Blaire she is what she is and I understood where she was coming from I didn't like her actions or her words but I understood the whys.
I'm looking forward to reading Sweetest Venom but I'm filled with trepidation in case I don't like the ending !!!!
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Easy Virtue (Virtue #1) by Mia Asher
5 stars!!!

“Love is selfish.
Love is unkind.
Love hurts.”

Holy smokes I loved this one!! I have to admit after Arsen I was apprehensive to start another Mia Asher book as I know she has the power to destroy me. This book is not at all what I was expecting, it was sooooo much more. You have a ballsy heroine whose honesty is jaw dropping at times but inside she is just a broken woman who has never felt loved or wanted. She uses her biggest weapon as a mask and utilises it to her best advantage...she is Blaire, she is a gold digger and she is fantastic.

“I don’t wallow.
I don’t cry.
I move on.
I forget.
I discard…or get discarded.
I’m a survivor.
I’m resilient.”

I will say there is NO cheating but once again Mia will tag team for your affections #teamRonan or #teamLawrence. Both have their pro's and con's but I have to say I am siding with #teamLawrence, I fear I may be in the minority with this one but there is something about Lawrence that has me intrigued, I feel that this could be a match made in heaven…or will it be hell?

One thing you can say about Mia Asher is to expect the unexpected, she has been extremely brave with Easy Virtue as Blaire is not really a loveable character, but then again, neither was Cathy in Arsen. I think she has something against the females because her males are always to die for!!

The difference between Blaire and Cathy though is, Blaire, I feel is very misunderstood. As I said above, she uses her biggest weapon to get the material things in life, to her, material things should make her happy, yet while they have a small impact at first, the happiness they bring soon whittles away to nothing.
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Really enjoyed this book. Golddigger who falls in love. Loved the honesty in the main character. You shouldn't like her but there is a vulnerability that make you. Can't wait to see what happens in book 2. bit of a cliffy at the end.
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By jules on 9 April 2016
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The story is intriguing and I had to keep reading even though the protagonist,Blaire,is cruel selfish and Heartless. She's a gold digger but things change when she meets Ronan. This is a two part story and ends on a cliffhanger.
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This is the first book by Mia that I have read. I had it sitting on my kindle for months and now I'm kicking myself for not reading it sooner. This book got under my skin and instantly downloaded the next book as soon as I turned the last page. Can't wait to see how this duet of books concludes ❤
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Virtue is defined as behavior of high moral standards. And easy as we all know can mean a great many things. Blaire White: she should want a life that is virtuous and maybe that is what she will ultimately strive for, but for now, yes, there is no doubt one might consider her easy.

The latest book from Mia Asher delves deeply into the world of a woman, who early on in her life, decides to use her looks, her body to get the future she craves. Blaire, the girl who was taunted as a young girl for her less than appealing physical attributes, whose eventual rebirth from ugly duckling into swan paves the way for a journey that is used to hide the pain of never really knowing love.

I was completely engrossed by this storyline from the very first pages. The author paints a picture of our heroine right from the start: she is about to lose her virginity to one of her teachers. A sort of payback if you will for all the cruelty thrust upon her when she called a fat duck amongst other things by his daughter, her classmate. Blaire admits that it seals her destiny that night in a seedy motel, and after reading her story, I’d have to say she was absolutely right.

But what is so fascinating about this book is that even though we go along for the wild ride that is Blaire’s life, starting over in NYC, where she has now resided for the past 5 years after leaving home at 18, is that despite her failings, I like her. This is a woman who knows how to work her way around rich, desirable men. Yes, she has a hostess job at an exclusive restaurant, but in order to live the life she craves with designer clothes, a nice apartment with fancy furnishings, she must sell herself to the afore-mentioned men, being their arm candy for high society events and satisfying them in the bedroom.
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Mia Asher came into my book life last year with her epic, heart wrenching story Arsen: A Broken Love Story and since then I've been waiting for her next offering... Waiting to once again be captivated by her characters and I most certainly was...Captivated and addicted... and I'm again longing for more.

Easy Virtue is about fear, longing, hope, love and being unable to love... yearning heartache and unfulfilled dreams Most of all it’s about a girl called Blaire White.

What makes someone decide not to love? What brings them to such a low point that they decide to lock away that emotion in favour of something cold and empty? Blaire grew up, and matured, lacking the nurture experience. She was lonely. she felt ugly, awkward and unlovable. It hardened her heart..… Shaped her life, her thoughts, her desires…. Love became a skewed feeling…. It made her Blaire.... Made her yearn for more whilst believing that her dreams would, more than likely, never be fulfilled... So what's the point? I felt her apathy and her disinterest towards life…. Her laissez-faire attitude. She guards her heart in an iron case, no risks allowed. Blaire is always in protection mode and her weapon of choice is her body and she makes no apology for excising this choice.

She made me catch my breath with her self-destructive tendencies, her loathsome behaviour, her uncaring attitude and the blatant misuse of her own heart. Despite all this Mia Asher made me love Blaire with the light and shade she shows in her and, as much as I felt the wreck of her actions... her cruelness... Blaire touched my heart with her inner thoughts, her vulnerabilities.... She seduced me with her story, a story that's on the verge of plummeting into angstville territory at full force.
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