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Good Girl

(Blended #1)

4.05  ·  Rating details ·  458 ratings  ·  80 reviews
Good Girl, Blended #1 *Revamped Edition*

Contemporary romance with a naughty twist.

Willow, the wayward, is just another disillusioned teenager with no path in life. She spends her days haunting Revamped and her nights taunting her family. Willow’s high school diploma didn’t make her feel like and adult, nor did the eve of her 18th birthday. Everything changes dramatically
Kindle Edition, First Edition, 670 pages
Published January 20th 2013 by Erica Chilson
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Amber Detjens
Dec 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I LOVED Willow and her learning to be her own person. I've cried with her and cussed her and everyone else in the book. I also called the author (whom I LOVE) an ass. :) All in all, it was such a wonderful read. I loved growing with Willow thru her good times and bad. I LOVE me some Spanky. If you like this authors work as much as I do add this to the top of your to read list.

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Erica Chilson
Jan 21, 2013 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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Please check your edition of Good Girl before reading any books in the Blended Series. On the title page (first page) it should say REVAMPED EDITION. February 2014 If so, you are golden. If not, you do not have to repurchase; you simply have to update. For information, click here: Update to Good Girl Revamped Edition

Why must you read the correct version? Not only was Good Girl expanded from 400 to nearly 700 pages, many story threads were changed, and some were even delet
Jan 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Craving a highly entertaining fulfilling read? GOOD GIRL is your book!! If you've already read the original version, I URGE you to read this revised edition!!!! Although the basic storyline is still there, the plot is more juicy and meaty….and I'm not just referring to The Beast. Character development and story has been refined. A clear foundation has been laid with a direction of what's to come in the books to follow. I rated it a 5 star before, had no idea it how it could possibly be made any ...more
Jul 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
*I received a free copy to read & review for Wicked Reads*

This revised edition had more character depth, and the relationships were well cultivated. I love that ALL of Ms.Chilson's characters could be real people, with real flaws! I think that may be the reason she's my favorite author.

Willow's an 18 year old girl whom drank a bit and used marijuana as a way to "fit in" while in school... As she's ceasing to use said substances, she's experiencing withdrawals and cravings for good portion of
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Thank you, Erica Chilson!


I loved the first edition, I didn't think it could get much better. I feel more fulfilled after reading the new edition. The plot stays the same pretty much, but the characters were built. A whole little town was built. And I want more.
At first you think this story is about Willow and her growth into adult life. Well it is, but you never just get a ordinary story from Erica Chilson. She makes you
Feb 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
WHy am i not surpried that erica Rocks this new series.. WOW can not wait for next book!!
Angela Goodrich
Nov 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: re-reads
I finished the Beta read of the 3rd edition of Good Girl and it is eff'n AWESOME!!! Erica has expanded so much that we get to know the characters even better and you get to love and hate them even more. Some characters get entirely new story-lines while others are given so much more depth than before. And I must say it now, I LOVE KIEREN!!! Thank you Erica for making him so much more than he was the first time around. All of my favorite scenes, including the heart wrenching ones, are still there ...more
An erotic-drama with Dom/sub and some taboo.

(I promised myself I'd start expanding my reading genres and this is one of my out-of-my-comfort-zone reads.)

Innocent and INCREDIBLY naïve Willow has just turned eighteen. When her cousin takes her out for a night of partying, she stumbles upon the Playroom.

I wouldn't call this a romance, at least, not a conventional one and it's not heavily erotic, I've labelled it as more of a drama. And It's almost like it's about a town full of hippies, spreadi
S.M. Harshell

**************RE-PUBLISHED VERSION*********

Erica has done it again. She made what was a good book...fantastic!

If you have read the original version and think you don't need to read this one, let me tell you....YOU DO! So much as changed, much more depth to the characters, new story lines, everything flows differently.

There aren’t many options for a girl who falls in the middle. I wasn’t an athlete or a geek. I wasn’t an artist or a musician. I didn’t shake my pom-poms along with my ass
Oct 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I'm a huge fan of Erica Chilson's M&M series. I had read the original edition of Good Girl but this is a review of the new published version (February 2014).

This is a story of growing up, family and addiction told from the point of view of 18 year old Willow who has addiction issues and large hang ups about her tiny body and small breast and no idea what to do with her life. They day she turns 18 her life changes when her boss becomes more than just her boss and she starts to discover what has b
Ruthie Taylor
Feb 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing

Can I not just say that was a brilliant, brilliant read?

I refuse to rehash stories and spoil anything for the next reader of a book - you will have to trust my judgement and take the plunge. And this is no ordinary dive into a swimming pool - this is like throwing yourself off the Titanic - but into much, much hotter water.

Erica Chilson is a genius writer - how she can make you literally salivate at the next page, the next unfolding of a plot, the next bit of craziness, and yet at the same tim
Dec 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Wow, where do I start?

Hand's down, this is such a great read,but of course all of Erica's books are. She brings you into Willow's world and sucks you in.

Willow is now eighteen and is entering a whole new world. A world of Masters and playrooms. She will grow so much in the year that follows. She becomes a strong character while this book evolves. She began as a angsty, mad, young, thoughtless young girl, but became a woman who grew so much. Figuring out what she wants and what she deserves.

Jul 12, 2013 rated it liked it
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I had high hopes for this book but unfortunately it fell way short for me. I normally love darker reads but the family dynamics and relationships between the characters was just a bit too much.

I think maybe the length of the story was another reason I didn't enjoy it. The crap just seem to go on and on and on. I think I need that kind of content in smaller doses.

If this is your first book by Erica don't let it be your last, I can't rave enough about her Mistress & Master of Restraint series! T
L.J. Anderson
Loved it!! Totally unexpected! Though some situations were rather unrealistic the characters themselves were so real they were like flesh and blood.
My only complaints would be the way certain aspects of the marijuana use were handled in regards to addiction, but it didn't really make me enjoy the story any less.
Overall I loved it and can't wait to read more of the Mason family!
Tiffany Lagrone
May 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Wow!! Once again Erica Chilson has blown my mind. This book is creaking awesome. The main character is a ballsy, foul mouthed softy, if that makes sense. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone. You will fall in love with the characters and the story.
Mar 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Just finished Good Girl...I absolutely loved it! Brilliant Erica, can' t wait to start Widow... I loved Willow, and I really enjoyed all the chaos! ...more
Oct 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book was awesome. I simply could not put it down. Erica Chilson has a new fan and I can't wait to read her next book published. ...more
Feb 27, 2017 rated it did not like it
Definitely not what I expected the book to be at all. Expected better and got a whole lot worse. The story was unrealistic and too taboo for me. Auggie is manipulative and degrading. Willow needs to grow a back bone.
I could not finish this book.
Veronica Artino
Aug 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: favorite
Can I say fucking Awesome Sauce on a big old Sundae with some excitement sprinkles and hot fudge. If that description you gave you an eyegasm than you know this book gave my peepers and brain orgasms over and over again.

This book is a journey for a young heroine named Willow Pryne. She starts off as a naive young girl, to a young adult. She grows a lot from experiences with so many things that help a person to grow. From first love, to first breakup with a cheater and drug addict but you can't
Aug 24, 2013 rated it really liked it
Good Girl by Erica Chilson
The author provided me this book to review.

This book is rather long, has many twists and turns, and in the end, leaves the reader in limbo and I hope the author will write a sequel at some point.

Auggie is ten years older than Willow and is close friends, and lovers, with her brother Rob. When Willow turns 18, Auggie decides that while he has always known that Willow was his potential soul mate, he wants her to grow, live, and have a normal as life as possible before int
Jul 16, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
I bow down to Eric's Chilson's mind yet again. I read this before and after Erica Chilson revised it. I liked it before, but I love it now. This book is not our run of the mill romance. I feel that it definitely fits better in the erotic romance than erotica. I was happy to get such an eclectic mix of characters, ages, and scenarios in it. It has fun and exciting moments and serious and devastating moments. The roller coaster kept me hooked and the characters are unique. They drag you in and mak ...more
Jess Brown
Sep 26, 2016 rated it liked it
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I can't justify a higher rating for this one. There were elements that are redeeming for this story and others that made it impossible to continue on. To be quite honest, this story was creepy at times and this coming from someone who can read dark erotica.

We have a leading lady who has been stalked silently for a while by one of her older brother’s friend (quite older) waiting to collar her as his at the moment she turns eighteen. This creep has control over how she loses her virginity too, who

oh my god i couldn't stop

This story is so unique with such a fantastic blend of reality,BDSM,Y/A, coming of age, self-discovery, and just uhg everything!!!! EVERYTHING!!

i think it hit a very weak spot of mine to relate to Willow...when she would express her envy in "women" and her insecurities in every thought i was literally crying my eyes out because i felt the exact same at 18...shit i felt that untill i was 21! (im 5'1 108 lbs...doomed to an A-cup)
and not to mention her thought proces
Feb 11, 2017 rated it it was ok
Manipulative, over-the-top twisted characters. Heroine was way too precious. Would have liked much better had I been reading it at 16, not 38.
Feb 13, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

Willow’s coming of age story is something raw and intense, yet hopeful. Willow went through so much in a very short time. She grew by leaps and bounds; well others failed to see this. I yelled, cussed, and cried at various parts in the book. The one thing I could not do was put it down. From start to finish this book grabbed me and never let me go. This is start to an epic series by this author that I cannot wait to see wher
Apr 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
OMG I TAKE BACK EVERY NEGATIVE THING I INITIALLY SAID ABOUT THIS BOOK LOL. I wanted to thrown in the towel ay 26% (creepy sibling love triangle with Auggie/Willow/Robbie) but I took a break and went back and I AM SO glad I did! Once I got past the creep/cringe-worth factors and Willow began to see Auggie for the master manipulator that he was I fell in love with the story. Mrs. Chilson is a brilliant story teller and it was great watching Willow's growth and her self-discovery felt very real and ...more
Stephanie Williams
Jan 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Good Girl
5 Stars

I enjoyed reading the original version of Good Girl, but Erica did what I thought couldn't be done. She took a great story and hit it out of the park. Her descriptive writing style had my heart following Willow on her journey of finding her way in the world and finding her self worth. I have such a love/hate relationship with Augustus Kline. One minute I was hoping he and Willow would find their "happily ever after" then the next minute I want to give him the spanking his childis
Feb 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
Well this was definitely an interesting read...I read a review on here that warned me of a few things so I went in with an open mind. I have to say though, It started out kind of choppy but got better after the first bit. I was a bit grossed out by the whole Auggie with the brother and sister thing..she explains a bit at first that neither of them are gay so I got to assuming it was just the dom/sub aspect that they had together but then later she insinuates sexual as well as fluids being on his ...more
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“I try to ignore the fact that I can feel Kieren's hard-on against my ass and that it's perfectly pressing into me. I tell my suddenly happy cunny to stop quivering with excitement. Naughty, puss, that's creepy Kieren rubbing on you. Stop purring, dammit!” 1 likes
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