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You know how I spend waaay too much time in sheesha lounges?
SOMETHING SMOKING HOT…
Martina is an amoral artist who needs to stop sleeping with a lover she’s tired of and chasing after a lover who’s so over her.
Patrice is an unemployed hand model who’s run out of hopes and dreams.
Victor is an ambitious accountant saddled with a father who doesn’t understand money—or laws.
They’re screwed. Until they find each other in the not-quite legal hookah bar called Monte Carlo…
Judge THIS book by its chapter titles, please!
CUPID IN MONTE CARLO 1: Martina, Patrice & Victor
1-How to pick up a hot girl, or two, with an ice cube
2-It’s all fun and games until someone calls 911
3-Fucking bicurious-but-really-straight women
4-No, I like the cold on my ass
5-Stupid question, queer girl
6-I don’t fuck my models, but I like to paint my lovers—totally, there’s a difference
7-The awkwardness of asking an ex-lover to bail out a new lover’s maybe-future lover whom you also want to fuck
8-You can fuck my people, but don’t fuck with my people, kwim, bitch?
9-And this is why threesomes rarely work, illustrated
10-Aesthetician’s boobs trump the banker, and I’ll have a rum and cock
11-She doesn’t fuck in the studio—it’s her one hard limit
12-What’s next, you hot piece of ass?
Maggie has a beige job, beige clothes, a beige life and a formerly beige marriage. She’s trapped and she can’t see a way out.
Edward is living the dream. Every woman wants him in her bed, and every man wants him on his team. He just wants to forget.
Tara is an unstoppable force. She knows what she wants, goes after it—gets it, uses it. Leaves it. No strings, no feelings, no heartbreak. She likes things just fine that way.
They’re not meant for each other. Not at all. Except they keep on ending up in each other’s arms, in the mostly legal hookah bar called Monte Carlo…
CUPID IN MONTE CARLO 2: Tara, Edward & Maggie
1-Straight girl finds true love in a public toilet, but doesn’t realize it yet, a true story
2-We’re all broken, honey bunny
3-Are you happy now, you stupid bitch?
4-I don’t think you understand how a one-night stand works
5-But for you, I’ll make an exception
6-Sex for breakfast?
7-File under “things you wish you didn’t have to explain to the cops”
8-Rug burn is significantly less sexy than I remember
9-Teach me how to live
10-A crowd in a new king-sized bed
11-What’s love got to do with it?
Andrew crunches numbers and wears a suit by day. By night, he likes to tie his woman to a St. Andrew’s Cross and torment her until she begs for mercy.
Ida just wants to be normal. Being cuffed and whipped until you come and come and come is perfectly normal, right? Wanting two men at once? Na-ah, not for her.
Jamie is a recently divorced musician who wants to enjoy being single without risking his freedom, his heart or his kids’ custody arrangement.
They’re nobody’s love story. Except in the are-you-sure-it’s-legal hookah bar called Monte Carlo…
Ready to judge a book by its chapter titles? Good. Let’s go:
CUPID IN MONTE CARLO 3: Andrew, Ida & Jamie
1-The perils of dating your ex-lover’s ex-lover
2-Uptight programmers do it, perverted bankers do it …even divorcing musicians do it
3-A douchebag reaction to a “We’ve been naked a few hours ago and I hope we’re going to naked again tonight” kiss
4-Do not tell anyone we did that in the washroom
5-She really likes fucking shiny things, and that was a problem
6-It was a terrible, terrible, terrible no-good plan
7-And now, a cacophony, in the completely non-sexual sense
8-This is an intervention, and I’m only kidding about the blow job
9-Don’t punch me: this is not a confrontation
10-But this is an attempt at reconciliation
11-Just the family, please
12-From busking to orgasm
13-The chapter in which you expect hot public toilet sex …yet don’t get any
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