Saturday, June 8, 2013

Review: The Girl in 6E by Alessandra Torre

I screw men for money. Not literally, think phone sex operator with a 15 megapixel web cam thrown in. They tell me their deepest, darkest fantasies while paying me $6.99 a minute. 

What would possess me to engage in such a business? Throw in a tortured past, 24/7 murderous thoughts, and a desire to keep the innocent people of my small town safe. 

I was contained, out of the way, sexcamming my way to utter obscurity until HE came along. A twisted client armed with a target's name. Annie. And in that name, everything changed.

Damn damn damn did I love this book.

I don't read a lot of descriptions when I look into books I want to read. Usually I'll read about the characters but not the story. So I didn't know where this was going to go. I just knew it was about a cam girl with the desire to murder anyone she comes across.

Boy was I in for some goodness. It this book we learn about a few of her clients, we see how Deanna, who goes by Jessica in her online life, lives completely shut in within her apartment. All her meals, toiletries, clothes and everything else needed for life are delivered and dropped at the door. She hasn't touched another human being in 3 years.

Until one day, Deanna meets a new client that makes her weary. In getting to know him a little, she realizes that something is wrong, and she has to do something about it. 

The life of a cam girl is intriguing to me. In reality, I've always been drawn to anything in theses industry. Porn, strippers, cam girls, all of it. I can imagine the research that went into this book was fun.

The Girl in 6E was so unique to anything I've read. I figured it would be a love story but it really wasn't. It was hot, disturbing, exciting, smart, and fun.

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