Host

Adult
Rated 1.67/5 based on 3 reviews
In the glamorous world of Host Clubs, handsome men are paid to entertain wealthy female clients with witty conversation in sensual settings.

Holly reluctantly visits a popular host bar with friends. She meets Koji, a famous host.

After a public scene, Holly rejects Koji's advances and flees the club.

Enraged by Holly's actions, Koji plots revenge.

Host is a tale of obsession and murder.

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Words: 34,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452358444
About Amanda Lawrence Auverigne

Amanda Lawrence Auverigne writes horror, humor and dark fantasy fiction.

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http://amandaauverigne.wordpress.com

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Reviews

Review by: Bill Thibadeau on Dec. 19, 2011 :
My primary comment is that it seems the author wrote each scene after carefully describing absolutely every physical thing in the scene. Far too much minutiae - to the point that the storyline became muddled. It was not until the last 20% of the book that the story picked up. I was surprised to find out that this seemingly chick-lit novella turned into a vampire story. The product could have benefited from editing e.g. candelabra and candle bra are not the same thing.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Rigby4 on Nov. 17, 2011 :
I tried to read this book but didn't finish it. The syntax, and grammar were fine but I got bogged down in the detail and dialog . I would like to read it again if the author revises it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Stephanie on Nov. 05, 2011 :
The idea behind this book is good but the story is lacking and over done in the details. I would catch myself wondering why the write was details every single item in each new setting the characters would go into. I found the story slow and a bit confusing at times. I had a hard time becoming involved in the characters of the book and emotionally invested. With some revisions, I think this book could be great but for now, its just to slow and all over in the details.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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