Ten Rules for a Call Girl

Ten Rules for a Call Girl From former federal sex crimes prosecutor Allison Leotta an eShort story about the secret life of Washington D C s highest paid escorts Beautiful Georgetown undergrad Caroline McBride almost has it

  • Title: Ten Rules for a Call Girl
  • Author: Allison Leotta
  • ISBN: 9781451699043
  • Page: 344
  • Format: ebook
  • From former federal sex crimes prosecutor Allison Leotta, an eShort story about the secret life of Washington, D.C s highest paid escorts.Beautiful Georgetown undergrad Caroline McBride almost has it all a loving fianc e, a promising academic career, and a college life of fabulous parties but she can t afford it When her father becomes ill, plunging her family into debt,From former federal sex crimes prosecutor Allison Leotta, an eShort story about the secret life of Washington, D.C s highest paid escorts.Beautiful Georgetown undergrad Caroline McBride almost has it all a loving fianc e, a promising academic career, and a college life of fabulous parties but she can t afford it When her father becomes ill, plunging her family into debt, she reluctantly agrees to meet Madeleine, the madam of a high end escort service Catering to the most powerful men in D.C Caroline can make money in one night than in a month at her part time college job And no one has to know All she has to do is follow the madam s ten simple rules A riveting story of D.C s red light underworld and the life of a modern courtesan, Ten Rules for a Call Girl is fascinating and addictive Includes an excerpt from Allison Leotta s new novel, Discretion

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    About “Allison Leotta

    • Allison Leotta

      For twelve years, I was a federal prosecutor in Washington, DC, where I specialized in prosecuting sex crimes, domestic violence, and crimes against children I started writing because I saw heartbreaking tragedies, acts of shocking evil, and vulnerable victims every day but also moments of real heroism, true love, and healing Given the stories I witnessed, the rich cast of characters I worked with, and my lifelong love of fiction, I had to write a book.I wanted to create a story that would both entertain and teach about the way the criminal justice system works and doesn t work I focused on a nightmare shared by domestic violence prosecutors losing a case and setting free an abuser who eventually kills his victim I wanted to explore why so many women stay with boyfriends who hurt them And I wanted to create a strong, smart female prosecutor who would empathize with her witnesses because she shared some of their experiences but whose romantic life would suffer from those same experiences.Law of Attraction was written in the spaces of my life between prosecuting and mommying I started writing while I was pregnant with my first son I would wake up at 5 00 a.m and write for a couple of hours before heading to work I wrote at night and on weekends After my son was born, I wrote during his naps and after bedtime Now, the sound of a softly snoring baby triggers a Pavlovian response in me to start typing.In 2010, Simon Schuster published LAW OF ATTRACTION The Washington Post called it a racy legal thriller, taking on a still taboo subject Suspense Magazine named it one of the best books of the year, and Library Journal gave it a starred review, calling it riveting The sequel, DISCRETION, will be published this July, and is available for pre order.I also blog about what TV crime shows get right and wrong, from my perspective as a real sex crimes prosecutor The ABA named my blog, the Prime Time Crime Review, one of the best legal blogs in America.I went to Michigan State University and Harvard Law School Now I live in Maryland with my two sons and my husband, Michael.



    396 thoughts on “Ten Rules for a Call Girl

    • For a more in depth review, please visit my blog, Chorley Chronicals! I first fell in love with the Anna Curtis series and Allison Leotta's writing over a year ago when I read Law of Attraction with my book club! I instantly LOVED the story, and knew right away that I would continue with the series because it was right up my alley!Then I noticed that Ten Rules for a Call Girl was a freebie on , so I just had to pick it up! It has been quite awhile since I read the first book in the series, but I [...]


    • This wasn't a full-length book but a short story that sets up the next book. Good prequel and back story.


    • So, yesterday I finished my first book by Allison Leotta and picked up this short story - alleged short story, I should say - because I really enjoyed A Good Killing. This short really drew me in and I was engaged and then it just ended. Ugh. What it is is more of an introduction to book 2 in the series, Discretion. The only saving grace is that Discretion is already out (what I read yesterday was book 4, coming soon). If it hadn't already been out, I would have been extremely angry. Why? Becaus [...]


    • This is a Reading Good Books review.It is a prequel to the author’s second full length novel called Discretion. It follows Caroline McBride on her escapades as an escort girl, or a professional “girlfriend”. There are many cliches going on in this story – poor college girl living a double life; she gets into the business at her roommate’s recommendation; they get a rather high profile client; and of course, she has a boyfriend on the side. But you know, it all works. The sex scenes wer [...]


    • Ten Rules of a Call Girl missed no opportunity to impress me, but also left me conflicted. Traditionally-published thriller author Allison Leotta leverages this stand-alone short story as an e-book teaser for her new novel Discretion. Ten Rules of a Call Girl is as risqué as its sounds and could be classified as erotica. Yes, it’s steamy. Yes, it’s graphic, but it’s too smart to simply be dubbed erotica. This story is a well-crafted glimpse of a human being’s fundamental transformation. [...]


    • A very very short novella that sets up the story for book 2. As I am coning late to this series, I am not sure when this novella came about, but I knew it was in the line up (thanks ) when I started book 1. My main critique about this novella will be, is it worth it? My answer is sure. I would read it more as a prequel to book 2 and it is nice to meet the characters and get a little more back story then what is provided in the first few chapters in Discretion, book 2. I think that I probably wou [...]


    • This was a really great introduction to Discretion. It got my attention and made me want to read it. I'm glad the first couple chapters of Discretion are included after the short story, because it ended so abruptly that I was left wanting more. For a freebie short story can you really complain?


    • This was an interesting short story prequel to the authors book Discretion. I would like to keep reading but the full book is a bit pricey even for the kindle edition. Once I get some more books read that Ive already purchased I might venture back to the rest of this one.


    • This was a great short read (2 chapters) that are a kind of back story to her new book Discretion. The kindle version of this book had a few chapters to sample of Discretion and wow, it looks like it will be a great story. Excellent writing, clear story line - this is a yes.


    • The short story itself was pretty meh, but the Nook edition contained a preview of the author's to be released book Discretion: A Novel, which I liked a lot.








    • Would like to read moreI liked what I read but I felt like there should have been more. I will be reading more of this author's books.



    • Writing seemed abit weak at first an became better near the end. It is a prequel. A great way to raise interest in an author's work.





    • Short Story to introduce characters for the next novel "Discretion". Draws you in so that you want to read Discretion to see what happens.





    • Very short. Could probably be the first chapter in the Discretion book instead of a separate short story.



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