Whore

Whore

Not your typical prostitute ... this is a story of unconditional love. “I need a reason to exist.”Beautiful, intelligent, independent, strong-willed, wealthy—Lilith Fontenot seems by all appearances, to have it all. But that’s not how the highest paid prostitute in New Orleans sees herself.A stain on society. A scourge. A waste. Outsider. Prisoner…Any idyllic dream of the...

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Title:Whore
Author:Willow Aster
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Whore Reviews

  • ⊱✿⊰ Alicia ⊱✿⊰

    Lilith/Lili is a prostitute at her families brothel Maison D'amour in the french quarter of New Orleans. The brothel was started by her great-grandmother and passed down, her mother the queen

    Madam now runs it.

    Nico is a former lover of Lili's, when she finds out he was marrying someone else she walked away from him. Now 2yrs later he's back and Lili knows he has som

    Lilith/Lili is a prostitute at her families brothel Maison D'amour in the french quarter of New Orleans. The brothel was started by her great-grandmother and passed down, her mother the queen

    Madam now runs it.

    Nico is a former lover of Lili's, when she finds out he was marrying someone else she walked away from him. Now 2yrs later he's back and Lili knows he has something bad up his sleeve and insists she will not see him, unfortunately her mother has other plans.

    Shit hits the fan the next time Nico visits, with someone being murdered and a huge fire only to end with Lili being arrested.

    Soti a man Lili has seen only a few times around Bourbon Street, he sees the incident at the brothel on the local news and when he sees Lili who he is captivated by he knows he has to help her.

    I can't really go further into the plot but I will say I loved Soti he is a whole lot of Alpha sweetness. That huge surprise/twist Soti spits out did throw me a little as it was totally unbelievable (in my opinion) and left me like......................

    So for a book with a name like Whore it sure did skimp in the sex department or what sex there was was vague. Overall I enjoyed this but it had too many unbelievable/unrealistic parts also a few mistakes in the plot but nothing major. I think I was just a little disappointed I had high hopes for this one, maybe that was the problem. You read it and let me know what you think.

    ღ Reviewed on behalf of the 1-Click Addict Support Group

  • Christy

    It’s been a while since I’ve read a Willow Aster book, and I couldn’t wait to read this one! Her writing is so stunning and poetic.

    was one of those books that captivated me from the start.

    The title

    describes the leading lady, Lilith. It’s her job, the family trade. It’s not what she wants to be, but it’s all she knows. She’s not a cheap whore, though. She’s expensive. She’s from New Orleans and lives in a house that’s been in her family for generations. She thinks this i

    It’s been a while since I’ve read a Willow Aster book, and I couldn’t wait to read this one! Her writing is so stunning and poetic.

    was one of those books that captivated me from the start.

    The title

    describes the leading lady, Lilith. It’s her job, the family trade. It’s not what she wants to be, but it’s all she knows. She’s not a cheap whore, though. She’s expensive. She’s from New Orleans and lives in a house that’s been in her family for generations. She thinks this is all her life will ever be. Until she meets Soti.

    Soti… that man was near perfect. I adored him. He was swoony, sweet, and loved Lilith. I loved his big heart. As much as I liked Lilith, Soti stole the show for me. This story was so complex and had so many things I want to talk about, but I don’t want to spoil it for anyone! It had hella angst, made me angry at times, broke my heart at times, but by the end, I was content. My heart was happy again.

    I love reading addictive stories, and that is the best word to describe this read. Addictive. I love book that can hook me from the start. The writing was phenomenal, the story was unique, and even though there were a few small things that didn’t jive with me, I still enjoyed it overall. If you’re a fan of angsty and suspenseful reads, I would recommend this one!

  • TheCrazyWorldOfABookLover

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    This book was such a pleasant surprise. Having found out about this from another author, I was actually nervous to read it. There seems to be a lot of mixed opinions, with people saying they either loved it or hated it. For me, I most definitely enjoyed this story,

    after the halfway mark.

    Short summary of the book: Whore is about Lilith. Her occupation: I think you can guess, right? She’s a prostitu

    Now LIVE!|

    This book was such a pleasant surprise. Having found out about this from another author, I was actually nervous to read it. There seems to be a lot of mixed opinions, with people saying they either loved it or hated it. For me, I most definitely enjoyed this story,

    after the halfway mark.

    Short summary of the book: Whore is about Lilith. Her occupation: I think you can guess, right? She’s a prostitute forced to work in a whore house run by her own selfish and vindictive mother. Her ex Nico is in the mafia, and though they haven’t communicated in years, he’s still oddly infatuated with her. But there’s another unexpected man who comes into her life. Soti. I don’t want to say much about either man or what happens in the story, but I will say this took some unexpected turns and has some mystery woven in. And while there were some slow moments, the author would just drop in little unexpected bombs (one moment you think all is fine and then the next sentence, BAM!) that had me speed reading to see how it'd all turn out.

    What I loved: I couldn’t put this damn book down. Though the writing is a little ... odd (I honestly can’t think of the word for it. It was sort of choppy, sort of simplistic? It also did that whole “telling not showing” thing most people hate but I don’t know why, it kind of worked here. At some points, it kind of reminded me of Tarryn Fisher's writing.) I NEEDED to know what was up with Lili’s mother and why Nico was doing what he was. I ADORED Soti. What a fucking man.

    And his and Lili’s insta-lust-love-whatever actually kind of worked, too. I’m usually the first person to proclaim how much I hate insta-

    But I swear to Christ their relationship was making me

    Maybe it was the way Soti so fiercely wanted to protect Lili. Maybe it was the way he just so easily went all in for her. Maybe it was the way they were just so sure about the other. Whatever it was, I was ALL about them together.

    My only two complaints: I wanted more backstory on Nico!! As the antagonist of the story, we really get so little on him, his motives, his personality, his background. I for one love getting inside the head of the bad guy. Especially those in the mob. I really think the book would have benefited from getting his POV or just more info on him. The author also heavily used time jumps to move the story forward, which I’m just personally not the biggest fan of.

    But I have to say

    It started a little slow, and with little given in the blurb, I wasn't sure where this story would go. It turned out to be a really good read and I just love when you wind up devouring a book, not thinking you'd even really enjoy it.

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    Stand-alone.

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  • Lana ❇✾Dirty Girl Romance❇✾

    DNF

    You know that moment when you read a book that everyone loves and raves about? That book that you're giddy with excitement to get your hands on? That book that you simply drooled over reading the synopsis? And then you end up the redheaded stepchild of the bunch because you're in the

    minority that the book just didn't work for?

    This tells you two things automatically:

    1. Clearly this is a me and not the book thing, based solely on my own reading preferences and tastes

    2. Whore was a huge

    DNF

    You know that moment when you read a book that everyone loves and raves about? That book that you're giddy with excitement to get your hands on? That book that you simply drooled over reading the synopsis? And then you end up the redheaded stepchild of the bunch because you're in the

    minority that the book just didn't work for?

    This tells you two things automatically:

    1. Clearly this is a me and not the book thing, based solely on my own reading preferences and tastes

    2. Whore was a huge winner for SO many other readers, so take what I say with a grain of salt because odds are, you may not feel the same way.

    I feel terrible because of just how much I struggled with this story. I've tried time and time again to come back to it and push myself through just one more chapter. Unfortunately after a while of doing this, you simply have to admit to yourself that you're on a fruitless endeavor and cut your losses.

    I struggled with the writing style from the very beginning, and ultimately it's what caused me to stop trying. Clearly the writing style didn't click with my particular tastes. And that's nothing necessarily wrong with the book, or with me for that matter. Just that the two didn't click. I couldn't connect with the heroine for the life of me. I couldn't connect with the connection of her and the hero. It was too instant. Too out of the blue. Just too...out of my taste.

    Sometimes you go to a great restaurant and you order a meal from a renowned chef and it just doesn't settle with your taste buds. You don't need to consume the entire meal to know it's not for you. Doesn't make the restaurant bad or the chef bad, just a case of that particular meal not doing it for you. That was exactly what happened with this book. I wish I loved it like the rest of my reading peers, but alas it just wasn't meant to be. To each their own and all that.

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