Calendar Girl: Volume Three

July, August, September
Narrated by: Summer Morton
Series: Calendar Girl, Book 7-9
Length: 11 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.7 out of 5 stars (287 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Mia Saunders's journey continues in the third wicked hot anthology of the Calendar Girl Series! In the next three months, Mia heads to Miami, Texas, and her hometown, Las Vegas.

In July, she serves as the seductress in a music video to platinum selling hip hop artist Anton Santiago. Still dealing with the trauma from June, our girl opens her heart and finds that taking risks in life and love could give her all that she ever needed and more.

In August, Mia heads to Texas to put on her acting hat and pretend to be the long lost sister of oil tycoon and big business man Maxwell Cunningham. The job should have been a snap, only secrets are revealed from her past that change everything she knew to be true.

In September, Mia dashes home to sin city where the world around her seems to implode. The people she loves are fighting battles she isn't prepared for, but desperate to solve before she loses it all.

©2015 Audrey Carlan (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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I love this series!!!

Summer makes you believe you are part of the story!! sometimes finding myself hanging on her every word!

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Still loving this story

I'm enjoying reading all about me is adventures and all of the wonderful people she meets along the way. I can't wait to see how the story ends.

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The last of her escort fun

July had Mia back on her feet and in Miami to dance and act in a music video for Anton Santiago, a.k.a. Latin Lov-ah. This one was fun in that she was instrumental in bringing the attention to Anton’s hugest personal problem. She discovers he’s talented in a lot more areas than music, but his life could take a downward tailspin if he doesn’t get some things figured out. And Mia is just the person to help him do exactly that. Still, she has a lot to work through since she was almost raped, and for her to take action in her own recovery gave the author kudos in my book. August rates right up there in my top three months as it takes Mia to Texas and pretending to be Maxwell Cunningham’s long lost sister – the one who is supposed to inherit forty-nine percent of a company he’s been running with his father until the man’s untimely death. But there are those in his family who aren’t happy about this intruder and usurper of power. And along the way, secrets are revealed and lives are changed, not only Mia’s but her sister’s. This is also where the story takes the largest turn and brings Wes back into the picture. I liked learning more about Mia’s mother and where she came from, what her life was like before her mother left them. And this month had me looking forward to the next story. In September, Mia is heading back to Las Vegas to face her ex, the man who played a game that broke her heart and taught her who he really was, the same man who put her father in the hospital. With the happening in Washington D.C., Mia missed a payment to the loan shark, and now she has to face him to try to work something out. She needs to know whether he will work with her or if he is going to ask more from her than she is willing to give. She needs to decide whether there is a limit to what she’ll do to keep her father, her sister, and her best friend safe from this criminal element. Again, we learn so much more about Mia and her family in this month. She has a lot more backbone than she has shown, but she also puts herself out on a limb that might be unnecessary. And Max is ready to step in and step up if need be. He has his own demons and feelings to face.

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Who needs BRAVO TV?

I THOROUGHLY enjoyed this series. The concept is so unique and entertaining. Summer Morton the Narrator, did a PHENOMENAL job on this series.

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A refreshing change of pace

It was refreshing to see a different side to Mia's story in this volume. Kept me interested and intrigued to finish the series.

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Loved it!

This installment of the series did not disappoint! Very good and full of drama (in the best way).

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Great series a must read

A must read from book one it hooks u in that quick it make u feel like you know them from the start

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So-So Couple Of Months

July:
Mia is to be a star in a rap video. Problem is the flashbacks of being assaulted by the creepy Senator in. D.C. last month keep getting in the way.

The rapper, a little disappointed he couldn’t “tap” Mia, but very understanding she needed to get her power back. Between inviting Wes for Mia’s birthday and some therapeutic gardening Mia slowly comes back.

The books are loosing there charm. It was fun getting to know each client and their need. I felt the author lost sight of this in this story.



August:
Mia to play a long lost sister to a oil tycoon!!!! What are the chances the woman has her exact name and birthdate.

Mia is safe and secure in her relationship with Wes and now her next client only wants a sister, no arm candy. This she can do. The more she hangs around Max and his family the more she is wondering if she knows him and from somewhere.

This is a month of revelations for everyone. It should be interesting as to how all characters move forward for the rest of the year.

September: Mia and family runs home to care for their father who is moments from death.

Little did she know that her breach of contract has cost her $100,000, so the mob boss has not been paid.

Mia’s boyfriend Wes is still missing in Eastern Asia and possibly taken by terrorists.

Mia learns to lean on family and friends in this story.

I miss her adventures with her clients. I hope Audrey Carlan returns to this at the end of the series.