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March: Calendar Girl Book 3 by [Carlan, Audrey]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2022 KB
  • Print Length: 106 pages
  • Publisher: Waterhouse Press (2 Aug. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013CPIN1W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,726 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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To be honest I haven't read March yet but I'm afraid this will be the last one of the series I buy. The books are very well written but I finish one within 2 hours or so, not good value for money with each book costing £2 and 12 in the series makes for a very short but expensive read. Shame
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Expensive for what it is. The idea is good and I really want to know who she meets but I do feel robbed at having to pay £1.99 12 times for a book which is no more than a short story at 100 pages long meaning I will have spent £24 on books in 12 days if I read the rest at my usual pace. I have just finished March and I'm trying to justify buying the next book. All 3 'books' I have read so far could have been much better and elaborated on to make an actual book. 24 days could be a lot more interesting, the sex is badly written but I want to know what happens.. Would like to see the full 12 months as a box set at say £9.99!
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I really enjoyed this book, I am hoping that there are more gay dates. Just now I am in team Wes. I think it would be nice to see Mis get a happy ever after although I can see Blaine trying to his up most to shatter everything.

I have just realised at the end of March there has been a lesson at the end of each of Mia's dates. She is discovering more about herself, life and love.

Looking forward to the next instalment.
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Ok so Mia has met up with a big hunky Italian stallion from a very traditional Italian family....or has she?

A blast from the past turns up...in fact more than one blast from the past!

It's very hard to review this book without giving any of the surprise elements away.

Mia actually was very level headed and mature in this book. I liked how she dealt with paying the monthly instalment.

So I will say this book is more about the need to believe in yourself and be true to yourself in order to be truly happy. Secrets make no one happy and living a fake life has far reaching consequences. Remember who you gave your heart to and why and treat them with the respect they deserve.

I am glad Ms Carlan has gone this way with March. Her writing cannot be faulted. I love the description she puts in of the surroundings and when she writes about Italian cooking, I can almost smell the aromas.

I was a tad worried about this book before I read it because I honestly didn't want to read month after month of Mia bonking rich men and then thinking it was ok to expect Wes to welcome her back with open arms. Ms Carlan has actually played a blinder with this book hence my rating has gone back up to 5*.
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Title: March
Series: Calendar Girl (#3)
Author: Audrey Carlan
From: Calendar Girl Volume One (Amazon)
Genre: Romance
Release Date: 17th March 2015
Challenges: 2016 Read the Books You Buy, 2016 Prequel & Sequel Challenge (2 points)
Links: Goodreads - Amazon

*May contain spoilers for previous books in the series*

In her third month of working as an Escort to pay her father's debts, Mia Saunders finds herself pretending to be the finacée of restauranter Anthony Fasano. At first she wonders why he'd need a fake fiancée, but when she meets his partner, Hector, it all becomes clear. Mia soon strikes up a friendship with the two men, all the while still pining after the one she walked away from...

I loved having two gay characters around Mia! Both January and February focused on more sexual relationships (though the former was a bit more than that!) so it was good to have a break from that and to introduce a different dynamic. There are still some sex scenes, curtesy of Mia and Wes' quasi-relationship, but for the most part the focus was on the friendship between Mia and the two clients.

I really liked the dynamic between Hector and Mia. They quickly became good friends, but there was no over the top or stereotypical behaviour from Hector (other than a great sense of style) which I liked. I'm actually very glad that the author didn't use gay stereotypes for these two as I think it made the story more realistic.

Mia and Wes' relationship is still a little on the strange side. They both clearly want each other, but as of yet they haven't committed properly. It seems clear that Wes wants to, and that Mia is running away from the fact that she wants it too, but they still have some time to work it out.

This was a great next installment of the story and I'm definitely intrigued as to where this series will go next.
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Different to the previous two instalments and Mia is growing as a person and learning loads from the people she meets. Shorter story however, or it certainly felt shorter as it didn't take long to read at all.
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Right where to start, this another month with Mia, I don’t want to divulge too much because to be honest the book is worth a read- honestly you will like Mia.
She seems to have changed tact in this book slightly and I have to say that I found the interaction with Tony, one very handsome Italian was different from what I had initially anticipated.
The whole book wasn’t what I had initially thought it would be, it gave Mia a platform to show that she was level-headed enough to be able to cope with her situation, but I got the impression in some respects that she was almost indulging herself in the old philosophy of trying to have your cake and eat it but would that be the case? I hope not.
Life will play you for a fool if you are prepared to act like one and even more so if you are prepared to let others treat you like one. Mia is no-ones fool but has a way to go with life lessons I think, she is learning that love and respect are earned.
Tony and Mia are great, they work well together but he is not Wes. It was nice that she got to bond not only with Tony but with his family and that through him she learns more than she could have anticipated – and finally the penny has dropped in my brain and I think I can see where exactly the author is going with this series and I have to say that I like her style!
The author is on her toes with this book and I have to say that not only is her writing is exemplary, her attention to detail and the descriptive hues and tones that she adds to the text are glorious, it enhances the picture that I have in my head from just plain old colour to full HD – and I can’t thank her enough for that.
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