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A muse. Me. The motorcycle riding, ass-kicking, concert t-shirt wearing chick from Las Vegas, is a world-renowned French artist’s muse. For a month.

I had no idea when I took the escort job with Exquisite Escorts I would be standing naked in front of a blank canvas in a Seattle warehouse.

“Love on Canvas” he calls his exhibit, a combination of photographic stills and pai
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Published February 20th 2015 by Audrey Carlan
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Beverly
Feb 18, 2015 rated it liked it
Calendar Girl is a series that is following Mia as she spends a year being an escort to pay off her father’s gambling debt. I really enjoyed the first installment, as I was really sold on her love interest. I will admit I was nervous about how I would feel as she continued onto her next client.

Alec Dubois is her next client and he is an artist. He hires Mia to act as his muse for his current project Love on Canvas.



During this installment we see Mia struggle with her past and loving herself. We
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Esther
Feb 21, 2017 rated it it was ok
The first book in this series felt a little unrealistic to me. I really hoped this book would take that feeling away. But yeah.. You don't always get what you want.



Pros:
Quick light read: This book is a quick one. It doesn't have much pages and you rush through them really fast. The story is written as a fast paced story, so that is nice.

Wes: I really felt like Wes was a keeper in the first book. It's nice that he checks up on Mia and that she has not forgotten him. Makes the first book a little
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Donna
May 02, 2016 rated it did not like it
Book one was good. I just can't get into the screwing of guy #2 just after falling in love with guy number 1. And I can only presume that she will be mowing through another 10 men. I listened to the sex scene at 3X the normal audio speed because it's just so sleesy. For me emotional attachment is vital to a good romance book (or life!); I need to be pulled in and brought along. Such a massive turn off. I can not comprehend the high ratings for this series. To each his own. Those of my ilk should ...more
Linda
Feb 02, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Let me rant about this book, okay?

I wish Mia Saunders would come to life, just so I could punch her.


If this wasn't picked by our bookclub I would have never even started this, but since it is our book of the year I am determined to try and read along. I wonder how long I can handle this.
My full on rant is in spoiler tag, because I can't out my frustration without giving away the first two books.
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Hannah G
Oct 15, 2016 rated it it was ok
I was looking forward to this series. I was curious about how the men and Mia were going to work in a kinda reverse harem. I don't know why but this book made me never want to read the rest of the series. Mia character came off as whiny in the previous book but I got past that. Mia's character is becoming a slut. I don't mean that as a negative she just is. It's honestly like she wants to have sex with all these guys and they're isn't a relationship between them. I prefer that there would be a l ...more
Manon the Malicious
*2.5 Stars*
My problem with this book is not about the story. It's about the French. First, French is not sexy to me , at all.
Second, the French was translated literally from English, and even if it was grammatically correct (except for one mistake), it did not sound right. It didn't sound like what an actual French person would say, at any point.
So, that disturbed me.
Also the whole French artist thing is not for me and it had way too many clichés about French people.

Besides the french thing, I t
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Anne
Mar 06, 2017 rated it did not like it
Jup, still pretty terrible (which is why a book this short took me over a month to get through). As we are reading this in our goodreads book club and everyone seems to think March is much better, I will still give that one a chance.. But if it's anything like this one I will give up cause I have wayyy to many good books on my tbr!
✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰

Book 2 - just as sexy and cute as the first but I hated the expression O-trigger!!!
Once is ok - twice, ok...but so often??? Ew!
And yes, it's all a bit slutish but pfff - it's fiction and it's fun and fast and entertaining.
On to March now! ☺
Cloak88
Feb 03, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017, series-2017, romance
Not that good...

Mia continues her job as a newbie Paid Escort. This month she is to be an Artist's Muse, and inspire him to his next collection of paintings..... Nude paintings that is!

The plot continues to be a bit thin and still causes the occasional 'Huh... what?' moment. But is otherwise fine for this kind of quick and dirty novel. The main failing of this instalment however, is that I didn't really like the characters. They acted strange and at one point completely irrational in regard to t
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Ginelle Blanch
Feb 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
For her second job, Mia goes to Seattle to be artist Alec Dubois's muse.

This story is hot and so sweet. Alec teaches Mia so much in such a short time. Love can come in many forms, it doesn't have to be the "until death do us part" kind to be real. He also teaches her to "see" herself...see what's on the inside, not just the scars of past mistakes.

Alec is quirky, yes, he's the typical well known artist. But, he is also so compassionate, wise, and quite down to earth. There are many things he say
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Melanie
Apr 19, 2015 rated it really liked it
Book 2, February in the Calender Girl series is the second book I've consumed today. I loved Mia in January, her connection with Wes was hot and beautiful, even with Mia's current job. However, February didn't connect with me as well.

I think because I loved Mia and Wes so much, it was hard to see her switch that off so fast. However, as Mia interacted with Alec, I began to love them together. Alec was beautiful inside and out. I think the creative side of myself got the whole 'muse' thing and I
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Alla
Feb 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
Re-reading in Sept 2020 - I have the same opinion as I did when I read it for the first time.

A great read overall.
The 4 stars are probably just due to the little bit of "dislike" I have to some parts of it (you will figure it out as you read it), but after saying that I do understand Mia´s action in a way (even though I didn´t cheer for them and had a bit of problem with them! Lol...).
This month "on the job" did her good in a way though...she kind of found herself and figured out that it´s okay
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Priss
Feb 13, 2017 rated it liked it
2.5/5. Could be better, could be worse.
shannon✨
May 24, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017-reads
I didn't really like February even though I enjoyed January. I think it was the setting, art isn't really my thing at all and there weren't a lot of activities. So I hope I like March better
Thyago | MrsMargotBlog
I found Alec a little boring. In this second book I found the amount of sex unnecessary. It was too much, vulgar and tasteless. I also think it's a little utopian that the clients are all young, beautiful and with sculptural bodies. I hope the next ones are better.
Christine
Feb 01, 2015 rated it really liked it
I loved this book. This is the second book in the Calendar Girl series. This time Mia ends up going to meet a French painter who needs a muse for his latest work soon to be showcased in a gallery. Alec is a special kind of guy, he has specific ideas for his painting vision and for his brand of loving that he plans to show Mia. She is at first put off by his mindset but then she realizes that his idea could be a good idea on how to enjoy every client at the moment she is with them without losing ...more
Gina *loves sunshine*
Jul 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ebook, series, 2018
Moving on to the next client - Alec in Seattle. The Artist. The Frenchman. Full of passion. Has a man bun. Never has sex, only makes Love. And Mia is captivated with him. She is his perfect muse and he has hired her for his next exhibit.

I was quite taken a back how easily she moved on from Wes, but I guess there has to be a years worth of books and a lot of drama to fill in the gaps! I still enjoyed the whole story and Audrey Carlan can write a scene with all the feels!
Anita Shofner
Feb 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Mia's journey continues in Calendar Girl : February. As she continues to work toward getting her dad's debt paid...Mia is assigned to Alec...a sexy French artist. Mia becomes a muse for the Frenchman and the heat is on. It is a 5 on the hot o meter. Once again the characters are vibrant and life like...true to her character writing style. I am loving this series and cannot wait for March. Thank you Miss Carlan for another great journey.
Aina Shukri
Jan 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
#6-2016

In this second book of Calendar Girl series, Mia is off to Seattle to be a muse to a hot and sexy Frenchman! What I love most about this series is Mia's final word letter. She always put a good conclusion in every relationship she had with her clients and I think Alec is the sweetest man ever but Wes still win though.

Alec is great but I still kinda stuck with Wes. Oh please let Mia be with Wes pleaseee
Iris
Feb 21, 2017 rated it it was ok

1,5/5 Stars

It still was a bit entertaining.

This book was so sucky, it just happend to be perfect once again.
It felt way too easy and the writing was pretty bad.
Not a huge fan, but they say it gets better with March, so let's hope for the best.
Arabesque
Aug 18, 2020 rated it liked it
Struggled with this one ...had moments when I thought this will go to DNF list.

This is another short story full with graphic (sexual) scenes. I’ve say Mia and Alec has very passionate relationship.
Lola
Jan 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
I have to admit that I was a bit hesitant when starting February, with how things ended in the first book I wasn't sure if I would/ could enjoy this one, where Mia meets her second client. And I have to admit I am not always a fan of the artsy types. I am glad to say that I really did enjoy this book. It's a great sequel and a wonderful story. Mia learns and changes so much in this book and I think she comes out a better and happier person. Alec is her client in this book and I ended up really l ...more
Rob
Feb 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
So the story continues of Mia and her year long Escorting.

So this is going to sound extremely sexist but there is nowt attractive about a slut. Mia is a needy little slut. Yes I can laugh at man-whores and their sexual habits but reading about a girl who proclaims to be too proud for Wes to pay off her Father’s debts to stop her having to escort for a year, yet she’s not too proud to sleep with total strangers seems a little contradictory to me. Sluts are sluts, not wife material or even girlfr
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Katja  |  Cherryblossomreads
Bah.. this was definitely not as good as the first one. I don't know... I guess I am kind of annoyed with the main character (MC). She's 24 and I know I was nowhere near having my own sh*t together at that age, but she could at least behave a little more professional considering she is doing a job that pays roughly $4000 per day! Argh! Also - who are these men? Who pays so much to have a woman walking around all sulky? She behaves as if she is the one who should be pleased and it annoys me so mu ...more
1-Click Addict Support Group
Feb 16, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I was not sold on Mia moving on from January, but WOW did Alec do it for me. I can only hope they stay in touch!

Mia is in Seattle this month with Alec, an artist who will use her as his muse. He rocks the man bun and the sexy French accent as he paints his newest collection. He also brings the heat and sexy times while treasuring Mia like a rare pearl. He seems to be an open book and is very concerned with making sure she know she is loved in the moment. He also tries to make her see her true se
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Rhenna Morgan
Jan 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
So, I went into these books knowing up front that the books were all about a journey. One heroine. Many experiences. I had kind of a hard time imagining how I was going to deal with that since I'm a hardcore romance gal, but I have to say...after installment number two (AKA February), I can totally tell I'm going to dig it.

I read a lot of romance. I mean, A LOT of it. It's my bread and butter. It's were I escape to survive this nutty world. But I can tell you I can count on my fingers the numbe
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Lisa
Feb 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Wow! A sexy Frenchman..yes please!! As much as I loved January and Mia's time with Wes I was a little scared to read February. Wes and Mia were perfect and I didn't want to fall in love with Alec..the French painter that hires Mia to be his muse for the month of February!
Boy was I wrong!! I feel in love with Alec's and Mia's time together. He showed her how to love and how to be loved! He opened up her eyes and her world to her beauty and how to love herself! You can love people but in different
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Kate
Feb 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
February is Fantastic!!! Mia ' s second adventure has her posing for the gorgeous artist Alec. Through Alec Mia works through past pain and self doubt. Seeing herself on canvas and in photos, she is stunned at the beauty of her image. The art is erotic and the love making is incredibly hot, but it's the depth of feeling that Alec shows Mia that will touch every woman who reads this book. Love has many layers and many have wished for an Alec to teach them.Audrey Carlan brings us on part 2 of Mia ...more
Nesdy
Jan 27, 2017 rated it did not like it
This is worse than January. At least in January I liked Wes, and the plot was ridiculous but in an enjoyable way.

This one is awful. The French guy is a walking cliché and everything that has to do with his art is pretentious and stupid. The thing is, that's the whole book.

It also includes the phrase "he crashed my clit" as something pleasurable, even though that sounds like the most painful thing in the world. That's not mentioning some sex scenes descriptions that are not anatomically possible
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Heather
Feb 21, 2016 rated it did not like it
I enjoyed January's installment of this saga. February was a total 180. This was SO stupid and cheesy...I actually cringed for about 60% of the book.

Maybe it was the fact that this month's "client" was described as having a man bun (ew...) or the constant French babbling that annoyed me...

Maybe March will be better?
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Audrey Carlan is a No. 1 New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal best-selling author. She writes stories that help the reader find themselves while falling in love. Some of her works include the worldwide phenomenon Calendar Girl serial, Trinity series and the International Guy series. Her books have been translated into over thirty languages across the globe.

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