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Bad Advice
A Nasty Little Book For Girls Who Want to Be Bad

by Martha Vialli

      When I'm good, I'm very, very good, but when I'm bad, I'm better - Mae West

Being good has it limitations, when you spend each day practicing it you fall into an uneventful routine. It's time to take a walk on the wild side, change your life by starting with yourself. Bad Advice: A Nasty Little Book For Girls Who Want to Be Bad can start any new year off with its eye raising humorous daily suggestions. Each day of the month is dedicated to a sinfully pleasurable act that will quickly tear down your good girl image.

Why not try something new in 2006? Let this be the year you let down your hair. Hang up those goody goodies two shoes and boring outfits and replace them with sexy stilettos and leather. It's time to let your hair down and release the person who cries out to be let free. I guarantee each day will be filled with an unexpected amount of excitement and adventure. For this book will have you walking a tight rope of what is right and what is sinfully wrong. Bad Advice: A Nasty Little Book For Girls Who Want to Be Bad calls out to the thrill seekers, or those people who need a definite change in their life.

This book should come with a warning for it will provide a high-energy boost that will electrify the reader. I'm sure when the year ends and all the suggestions in this book have been tried and experienced, it will go down as a year in history. The perfect theme song for this book would be the popular 80's song by Samantha Fox, "Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)".

The Book

Chamberlain Bros.
December 29, 2005
Non-Fiction/Miscellaneous -Humor
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The Reviewer

Suzie Housley
Reviewed 2005
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