I’ve been so caught up in the TV-series named Lucifer. Have any of you watched it? It’s so good! Now I’m back to Keeping Up With The Kardashians because I need something brain dead again. That, and I can watch it for free as a free trial deal that I have until next Thursday so I might as well use it right?
Mia is back in Las Vegas. Her father’s health has not improved, she missed her last payment to Blaine and owns her previous customer a 100 grand she doesn’t have. Everything is in utter chaos and on top of everything Mia hasn’t heard from Wes in about three weeks. Nobody has any information about either him or his crew. Mia has to make a lot of decisions, but luckily she has her younger sister and her newfound brother to support her.
OMG, so much drama! Even more drama this month! When I put this book down I was somewhat exhausted. Have you ever had that experience? You read a book and when you’re finished and put it down you kind of just sit there and; wow, that was intense! That was my experience this month of Calendar Girl. It was so much happening and drama everywhere. Blaine is just such a pain in the ass, even worse than before this month and I don’t quite know what to say without spoiling it all. This has for sure been the month that I’ve been most caught up in. It’s been a while since I’ve had this feeling about a book, and it was really nice to get back into that!
I think Mia handles stuff quite well even though you can tell from the story that it all weighs so heavy on her. The fact that her father is on his deathbed and her boyfriend is missing is two such massive emotional things going on at the same time so I’m quite impressed with how she keeps up. Yes, I know she is the heroes of the story so of course, she will keep it together, but I think Carlan has portrayed it in a way that doesn’t always give it away. It creates more excitement in it all.
Like I said, it’s hard to write a review without spoiling all the fun of the month, so I’m going to keep this review short as well. I don’t want you guys to be angry with me because I spoil all the fun before you get to it.
Genre: Romantic novel
Theme: Family, illness, money
– The Book Reader