When Melissa Reed, a twenty-two-year-old housewife, discovers her millionaire husband Ted has been cheating on her with a recent high school graduate from down the street, she begins to investigate his private life. In his little black book, she finds a single address and phone number: that of Your Favorite Girl, Inc.
Assuming it’s an escort service, Melissa dials the number, only to find she’s stumbled upon a secret corporation dedicated to engineering the most erotic sexual creatures in the history of man.
And Melissa can’t resist making a purchase.
Your Favorite Girl is best described as an erotic romance thriller, the first in a three-part series
When young Melissa finds out that her rich older husband has been cheating on her with the newly graduated high school girl from down the street, she tries to make things better. A threesome would fix things, right? *Insert sarcasm* Melissa goes snooping and finds a mysterious business card for Your Favorite Girl Inc., thinking it’s just an escort service she makes an appointment that will change her life forever.
Melissa shows up at the address, a jewelry store that seems harmless enough. What Melissa doesn’t know is that there is a strange world that she is about to enter. She meets Kate, beautiful and tan oozing with sexuality who introduces her to the “Favorite Girls”, genetically altered sexual creatures….and that is where my interest died, almost. The schmex in this book is incredible, if mainly girl on girl does it for you. Melissa and Kate form this weird relationship based on the “Libido Drug” designed by the company, lots of alcohol, and of course weed. Melissa is determined to save her own “Favorite Girl” Flora, and destroy the company.
As I read I just wanted the story to end. The story line was just odd to me, and the characters were weird. If you enjoy other worldly stories than you should definitely read this book. Personally, I did enjoy the sex in this book, when it wasn’t too….what word am I looking for…creepy? The sex is what bumped my stars up a half a notch. The story doesn’t end on the last page, it will be continued in the next book. I will be reading it when it comes out because, well, I need to know where it goes from here!