Book Review: California Girl Chronicles: Brea and The City of Plastic

California Girl Chronicles: Brea and The City of Plastic by Michelle Gamble-Risley is an erotic and beguiling prose that will catalyze an ineffaceable case of sleeplessness as she seizes you on a roller-coaster tryst with Brea, whose contemptible feral escapades quixotically and proficiently twang your sensitivity threads rooting you to yelp with enchantment, whimper with sympathy, and chortle until you cave in.

In this sequence, you will meet the incredibly sexy 22 year old archetypal California lass Brea Harper, flaxen and gorgeous, but chic than the rest, who is a lot into what she desires out of verve and whose droll amusing splendorous luster and appalling craving for sex sling her into a multitude of intricate affairs as she in chorus endeavor to accomplish her ideas by chasing her calling to grow to be a screenwriter.

She shifts to Los Angeles after losing her work as an editor at a local magazine, just to be incessantly abstracted by assorted yet in sum charming exciting searing chaps multi-dimensional as her, and in due course getting sucked into a string of quixotic disasters with three guys, who you will adore to odium and detest to worship and what tags on is a sequence of exploits awaiting her than just a kick to rupture into the trade.

There’s the run of the mill yet secure Lance, with whom she shacks up with until she can get her own consign as she endeavors to embark on her fledgling career and gets intimate at just about every time. Then, there is the persecuted ostensibly ethereal band boy Drew, whom she shares intense chemistry after meeting one night in a club, but for some raison d'ĂȘtre, can by no means get any sort of rapport off the ground. Drew attests to catalyze a terrific sum of excitement for the complete cast of characters implicated in this frisky antic.

Lastly, we have the dreamboat filmmaker, Kale, who flounces her off feet in seventh heaven with nights of continual lust-making. She fixes on she needs to get him to be her boyfriend so that he will aid her in the show industry. He finally concurs to provide her the big break that she has been looking for but, Brea can't defy her pull to Drew and she at last gets intimate with him also. But it comes at a worth she did not take in she would have to shell out.

Brea’s feminine associates include a go-getting, good-looking, reliable lesbian Latina, Maya, who endow with support, shield and guidance to her. Conversely, Maya become flabbergasted and detest over a selection Brea makes at the culmination leaving her in an existential predicament. As you would expect, the blend of these characters is a cataclysm in the offing to ensue and whilst her sagas ram, existence truly gets knotty.

Michelle’s opening work of fiction is delectably candid and has transfigured quixotic writing and taken it to fresh pinnacles with this gripping character cram. Akin to a lot of anecdotes, the plot is loaded with passionate meetings where Brea without stinting divulges to amorous passion with a few sizzling and clammy encounters.

In her hunt for adore and accomplishment in the writing trade, Brea risibly and lusciously sheds ethical charade yet as we gather she is not fully devoid of ethics. Her work in a costume store presents a fine covenant of wit flouting up equally the sexy and more somber elements of the stratagem with simplicity and let the author’s sense of humor to stand out.

She has fun with Brea, and does a super job of letting the reader to trip along with Brea as she jig into verve whilst getting slightly muddled along the way and budges the readers at a nippy cadence from one affair to a new, from one notion to one more and from one snappy chat to a different.

Women all over can relate to her on some level and see and experience things that most women think but rarely admit. She is true, capricious, altruistic, at times picky and well sentient of her blemishes, which makes her all the more amiable. There are instants where she is susceptible and other minutes where she is burly.

The commentary is lighthearted, amusing, addictive, teasing, sardonic, and very invigorating and one can effortlessly feel Brea’s clashes and impasses at the exact instants.

On the whole, the order captures Brea's tests and troubles in a manly subjugated planet, while making fine use of her good looks and elegance. Triumph arrives at a cost, but Brea's candour in discourse lets slip her inexorable craving to thrive and uncover bliss in Hollywood's illusive globe that needs to be restrained by a dogged lass like her. In today's age of reading it is all about the characters and plot, and this volume has what it takes to charm the reader into the world of Brea.

In a planet where trade and expert positions are fuzzy, this narrative is more than aptly posh, and there’s by no means a dreary minute.

Title: California Girl Chronicles: Brea and the City of Plastic | Author: Michelle Gamble-Risley | Edition: Paperback | Pages: 182 | Publisher: 3L Publishing | Published: November 2011 | Language: English | ISBN: 9780615538174