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Good Girl (Blended Book 1) by [Chilson, Erica]
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There aren’t many options for a girl who falls in the middle. I wasn’t an athlete or a geek. I wasn’t an artist or a musician. I didn’t shake my pom-poms along with my butt. I was just a good girl who got good grades and kept her mouth shut. I didn’t date my high school sweetheart and promptly get married the second I was handed my diploma. I’m not shiny enough to attract notice, nor dark enough to be a problem.

I don’t have a tragic sob story. My daddy didn’t leave us destitute, and I’m not a victim of a bad neighborhood. I am a middle-America, middle of the road, middle class girl with both parents fussing over their youngest daughter, who has no aspirations or goals. I’ve had every opportunity to succeed– supportive parents, stability, and a strong upbringing. I’m wayward, and everyone looks at me like I’m an alien.

My philosophy: how should I know what I want to do with the rest of my life the day I graduate? How am I supposed to know the second I turn eighteen what I’m destined to become? One moment you’re a disillusioned seventeen-year-old with the world at your fingertips– the next? Congratulations! You’re eighteen, and you’re on your own.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1843 KB
  • Print Length: 623 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Erica Chilson; 4 edition (12 February 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B3V6Q2G
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #401,430 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm a huge fan of Erica Chilson's M&M series. I had read the original edition of Good Girl but this is a review of the new published version (February 2014).

This is a story of growing up, family and addiction told from the point of view of 18 year old Willow who has addiction issues and large hang ups about her tiny body and small breast and no idea what to do with her life. They day she turns 18 her life changes when her boss becomes more than just her boss and she starts to discover what has being going on around her while she spent her time high or drunk.

It is an amazing story that has you loving characters one minute and hating them the next. The characters are complex and the story leaves you hanging for the next book but there isn't a cliffhanger. The next book is from the point of view of different characters.

Warnings though: There are some (not much) BDSM themes. Also a brother and sister see each other in sexual situations but not in an enjoyable way but I still found this hard to read. There is drug use in the books - only dope is described in any detail, mostly we get the results of the drug use rather than the use itself.

I always find Erica's books challenge me and Good Girl was no exception. Well worth getting over my own issues (drug use was hard for me to read) because the story is amazing - expect tears. The series will be comprised of 7 full length novels and I'll be reading each and every one of them.

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Sometimes you read a book that somehow gets to you emotionally and psychologically. That is this book. I bought this book and I didn't even know why; it sounded OK. I thought maybe it was just going to be a bit of fluff, but let's just say, Rush and the playroom, changed things from PG, to a little darker.
For 600 odd pages, I didn't expect it would take me 13 hours in one sitting, a sleepless night thinking about the book, and 4 more hours the next day. I read 200 page books in 3 hours.
The plot changes all the time. Don't expect anything. You will be disappointed.
You don't now who Willow's friends are until they do something bad. You don't know who she will end up with, even though after her first appearance at Rush you start assuming things, and that goes for her second appearance at Rush.

I cried, I giggled, I got angry, and this is a book that will stay with me for a long time. I felt Willow's distress, and betrayal at all turns, and the characters felt so real, I wanted to be like Violent Violet and elbow someone in the face.
A day after reading, and I'm still suffering from aftershocks and flashbacks to the book because it was so, I don't want to say moving, but it moved me.

This book isn't light and fun. As I said, don't expect anything from it. There were some disturbing scenes, sexual and drug related.
Give yourself a weekend to read it. But give yourself a break. I tried to read it in one sitting, and it nearly killed me.
That said, somehow, I loved this book. It won't appeal to everyone, and the drama is high intensity, but try and stick with it. It is a great read if you stick at it :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Willow the girl who wears rainbows and pigtails to get under his skin 24 March 2017
By katrina tetreault - Published on
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in this book we meet a young girl named Willow who just turned 18 and is now trying to "find herself" if ya catch my drift. She loves where she works and especially who she works for or so she leads herself to believe. This book does dabble into the BDSM community just as a lot of Erica's other books and there is a MAJOR age gap at first so if that's not your cup of tea then I'm sorry but after many twist and turns which is 1 of the major things I love about Erica's writing style things work out for the better but leaves you with a smooth transition into the next book of the series
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4.0 out of 5 stars disturbing yet thoughtful. 12 June 2014
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I found this book very good but also very difficult to read. There were so many cringeworthy moments and times where I thought what am I reading?!?! Yet I couldn't put it down. I read it right through the night wanting to know what the characters would do next, would they redeem themselves or just get worse?
The biggest issue I had with this was the barely legal, incestuous ménage theme that pervaded everything. It gave me the creeps and I had to wonder what kind of person (irrespective of whether you swing both ways) wants to keep it in the family, so to speak. I also wondered how long a person will allow themselves to be manipulated and used before they stand up and exert themselves? Where does self-respect and having a conscience go to in the face of the constant seeking of mindless pleasure? At the same time the selfish, domineering, me me me attitude is very in keeping with the current young generation. In the end I have to admit that this book is very much like life: not always rosy, hard to stomach at times and still manages to be titillating and grows on you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Deliciously Naughty Fun 20 August 2013
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I definitely enjoyed Good Girl! As an Erica Chilson fan, it was so refreshing to get a lighter, more fun side of her devious mind. Willow's story will suck you right in and keep you there with an innocent and naughty point of view. The dynamic twisted characters have amazingly sexy and playful chemistry. It allows you to really enjoy the irony unfolding around them and really feel for them in the more difficult times of their twisted lives. Jump in and get dragged into all of the naughty fun as you meet Erica's new mess of wonderfully unique characters and their deliciously messed up lives!

I bow down to Eric's Chilson's mind yet again. I read this before and after Erica Chilson revised it. I liked it before, but I love it now. This book is not our run of the mill romance. I feel that it definitely fits better in the erotic romance than erotica. I was happy to get such an eclectic mix of characters, ages, and scenarios in it. It has fun and exciting moments and serious and devastating moments. The roller coaster kept me hooked and the characters are unique. They drag you in and make you want to find out more. You feel for them and want to smack them around at the same time. This book also has some very delicious and hilarious sexy moments that will definitely leave an impression in your mind. I am an Erica Chilson fan and this series is a different side of her writing that I find myself enjoying as much as I did her other books. I will read more of Erica Chilson's writing and I would recommend this book to Erica Chilson fans and to those who like the more taboo type of romance without getting it being extreme, or to anyone looking for a different sort of romance with an interesting and intriguing mix of characters and situations. I loved Good Girl. I was sucked in right away and can't wait for the next instalment.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A coming age story with a hint of BMDS 10 June 2014
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I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

Willow's coming of age story is something raw and intense, yet hopeful. Willow went through so much in a very short time. She grew by leaps and bounds; well others failed to see this. I yelled, cussed, and cried at various parts in the book. The one thing I could not do was put it down. From start to finish this book grabbed me and never let me go. This is start to an epic series by this author that I cannot wait to see where it takes me. Filled with so many characters how she manages to keep them all straight and still giving them depth that is often lacking in other books, I don't know but thankful she does. Auggie is by far by favorite and least favorite person all in one book. This book is emotional roll coaster that deals with issues that are very current and very emotional .

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5.0 out of 5 stars A truly great book, that evolves as you turn the pages. 6 July 2014
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Wow, where do I start?

Hand's down, this is such a great read,but of course all of Erica's books are. She brings you into Willow's world and sucks you in.

Willow is now eighteen and is entering a whole new world. A world of Masters and playrooms. She will grow so much in the year that follows. She becomes a strong character while this book evolves. She began as a angsty, mad, young, thoughtless young girl, but became a woman who grew so much. Figuring out what she wants and what she deserves.

Auggie, oh I love him!!!! I will be his pet :) Devon, he pissed me off, became someone totally different than we knew and Ren, he just makes me happy.

I enjoyed how this book totally evolves, and that what it does. There's no other word for it.

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