Diary of a Bad Girl 1: Good Girl Gone Bad

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Rated 4.17/5 based on 6 reviews
The true story of how I went from saving myself for marriage to becoming a sex addict. More
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About Nicole V.

I am a young woman (though I still act like a little girl sometimes) from Northern California. I have decided to put my sexual history out there as my own brand of "therapy" for being a sex addict. I don't believe pleasure is bad, and I am built for pleasure. My controversial non-fiction series "Diary of a Bad Girl" is now collected in paperback only and has bonus content!

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Review by: Bleau Jean-Simon on Feb. 17, 2016 :
First of all me I have read the compilation of all Diary of a Bad girl series name Concupiscent. I just recently discover that book, a friend of mine told me about it, and I’m so glad he did. More people need to talk about it. With the help of her readers more people would be able to see the work of this incredible artist. If you have an open mind, then you are at the right place. What we have here is a true erotica story written with style and with a lot of talent. I personally think it’s one of the best products you can find at the moment. And for that low prize it’s worth every dollar or it. This is the true story of a girl who discovers a whole new world and fined that she is a sex addict. It’s beautiful, sensual, sexual and graphic but with a lot of respect too. It’s the perfect balance between control and hard sex and the respect between two people who have a past and a relation together. With all that there is still a deeper meaning under that book. The author make us realize that following our desire can open a million of new possibilities and that we should all allow ourselves to say yes to them. I would give this piece of art, cause in my opinion it’s truly an erotica masterpiece, a 5/5. I recommend it to everyone who love a good erotica story but who have an open mind and don’t judge easily. So if you have love the book like I did, spread the word. Maybe if more people read it and let themselves lived there desire, we will lived in a better place. A place where people are more satisfied and don’t care about what others think of them.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

Review by: wojo874 on Jan. 16, 2015 :
Great story. Had me excited very quickly. Great visual wording. Only complaint was I wish it was longer. Looking forward to reading the others soon.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

Review by: pippa1 on Oct. 31, 2014 :
Ok, I read and write chick lit, but saw a post from the author, Nicole, saying readers shied away from reviewing the books due to content. I agreed to read and review despite knowing I would be out of my comfort zone. I'm glad I did.
The books are well written, though I doubt anyone would notice even if they weren't as the content is so powerful. Nicole was destined to lead an unconventional life, as her mother steered her into having sex before she was ready. It's likely she knew, when sending her to stay with her uncle what the outcome would be. She had experienced a sexual relationship with her own brother on more than one occasion in the past. It's easy to say the uncle should have refrained from taking Nicole's virginity, but I guess these things happen more often than we realize. Especially as Nicole was curious about sex and let that be known. It was still hard to read though, and I feel so sorry for Nicole. I'm not sure this was her intention when deciding to publish the books. I feel she's happy for the words to arouse her readers. This wasn't the case with me though. I feel strongly that she's been let down by the very people who should've protected her.
I'm interested to know what kind of relationship she has with her family now.
I will definitely read more of Nicole's work. I think she should consider writing erotic stuff that is fiction. A lot of readers would maybe be more comfortable with that? And there's no denying she would be good at it. Her books are compelling, whatever way you look at it.
I've given five stars because I think she's brave for putting it out there, and she is a good writer.
If anyone has read the books but not reviewed, I would like to say if I can you can too!
I genuinely hope Nicole is happy and at peace with her life.
Pippa
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

Review by: Fotodom on Aug. 05, 2014 :
This is a completely not believable tale. No, it is not an actual diary, nor is it presented as one, it's just another younger/older story with little inner life, mostly a recounting of almost instant 180 change in her that made little sense.
It's also too short.

And for a kicker, it seems she's putting ads on CL pretending to be a young woman who wants to roleplay the 'story', thus drawing attention to it. I bought it, both meanings, and now have both 'books'; I may not even read the second.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: tobiaschase on July 25, 2014 :
Men will wish it was them who were there to teach her.
Women will wish they were her.
Nicole describes her experiences with such titillating detail, you'll wonder whether they're her experiences or your own.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)

Review by: Max on July 24, 2014 :
Is it enough to say I want more? :) This is a great start to promising series, and I'm hoping Nicole takes the time to spell out all the details!

Just turned 18. Stuck at her uncle's house because her folks are going on a cruise. Summer time and the only bonus is he has a pool. Her vows to stay chaste until she meets the one don't stand a chance once she realizes teasing her uncle provokes a sexy response.

If that all sounds wrong then you'll want to wait until your ***this tall*** before climbing onto this ride! Her uncle's a perv, and maybe a bit creepy, but she's a woman and knows what she wants. Things go from wet to slippery once they've seen each other naked, and the rest leads to a cliff hanger that will make you want more, too!

Good writing looking through her eyes with a nod to some pervy desires waiting to be awoken. Definitely a fast read but compelling.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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