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by Marissa Monteilh

eBook Make Me Hot epub
  • ISBN: 0758211201
  • Author: Marissa Monteilh
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Erotica
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kensington (January 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • ePUB size: 1768 kb
  • FB2 size 1131 kb
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Marissa Monteilh does a superb job of showcasing the fears, insecurities, and frustrations of not only the . The title Make Me Hot is a bit deceiving, but the premise is decent and different.

Marissa Monteilh does a superb job of showcasing the fears, insecurities, and frustrations of not only the main character, but includes her supporting staff. Each one plays a key role in Morgan's journey to discovering herself. The message, beauty is more than skin deep, is loud and clear literally and figuratively, which is good to remember. Everyone can appreciate that kind of insight.

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Marissa Monteilh presents this witty, sexy tale of one woman's transformation from an ugly duckling into a swan - with lots of sass and attitude.

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From the author of MAKE ME HOT comes a steamy tale of a popular heart surgeon and his four women, told in their . Marissa Monteilh (Mon-Tay) is a former commercial actress and television news reporter. Womanizer extraordinaire, he's a chip off the old block of his rolling-stone papa and commitment isn't an option. A single mother of three, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and is currently developing projects for television and film. Marissa Monteilh. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. material from coast12. Are you sure you want to remove Make Me Hot from your list? Make Me Hot. by Marissa Monteilh. Published June 30, 2006 by TURNAROUND PUBLISHER. Body image, Plastic Surgery, Self-actualization (Psychology), Fiction.

After her extreme makeover is televised on BET, thirty-nine-year-old Morgan Bayley, ridiculed and criticized, discovers that her beautiful transformation comes with a high price as resentment, long-buried secrets, betrayal, and deceit taint her new life. Original.
Comments: (7)
Phain
This book was terrific. I loved it! The first page immediately grabbed my attention. I was hooked to the story from beginning to end. The story was very well-written. I liked the vivid descriptions of everything. I liked the intense dialogue. The romance scenes were great! I also loved the message of the story. I was angry at Morgan for what she did. I wanted to slap her at times. I also sympathized with her because she experienced so much drama in her life. I highly recommend this book, especially for women. I could relate to Morgan in some ways. This story goes to show you that it does not matter what people think of you. God created everyone in His image. We are all unique. I love how Marissa is able to entertain the reader, and she also provides a positive message. After I finished reading the book I was still thinking about the characters and the situations that took place. I look forward to reading more books from this author. I don't want to give away the story but please read this book, you will absolutely enjoy it. This story will encourage you! Excellent job Marissa!
Bloodhammer
Morgan Bayley is a thirty-nine year old woman who has struggled all her life to accept her average looks. Now the opportunity has come for her to be viewed beautiful by the world's standards, however she finds out beauty ain't all it is cracked up to be in Marissa Monteilh's Make Me Hot.

Tyra, Morgan's best friend since junior high school, understands the emotional scars that Morgan carries from being teased unmercifully about her "abnormal looks", especially her large nose. Tyra enters Morgan into a radio contest for an extreme makeover without her knowing. When Morgan wins, she is hesitant at first, but after a fight with her controlling and attractive boyfriend, she decides to go for it. As she goes through months of recuperation she develops an online relationship with a sweet, self-proclaimed average guy, J. J. who seems to have everything in common with her. When Morgan tells J. J. to stayed tuned for her big revealing on BET, they find out they share more in common than they thought. After the revealing, Morgan's life is turned upside down and she realizes that true beauty is more than skin deep.

Ms Monteilh's extreme makeover concept, although not entirely new, took on a much deeper theme than "getting revenge on the kids that teased me." There was no class reunion to attend, or man that she wanted to use and excuse. I appreciated that about this book. However, I was not engrossed with these characters. While I related to Morgan's insecurities, as everyone could, some to a greater degree than others, I remained a spectator. And although I did want to know how everything worked out for her, I never rooted for her and I stayed as impassioned as a tennis referee. The men in the story (her dad, boyfriend and J.J.) acted as catalyst but that was it. This reader did not have an opinion of how their role in Morgan's life should play out. The lies and secrets that were revealed after Morgan's makeover were a bit predictable and contrived. Lastly, I felt the story climaxed too soon and the fallout seemed longer than necessary. However, I will admit that I did appreciate the resolution of the story. I felt it was truly in keeping with the development of Morgan's character.

The title Make Me Hot is a bit deceiving, but the premise is decent and different. The message, beauty is more than skin deep, is loud and clear literally and figuratively, which is good to remember. Everyone can appreciate that kind of insight.

Kotanya

APOOO BookClub
Urllet
Growing up being teased by other kids and later ignored by those surrounding her, Morgan Bayley has always hid behind her physical attributes, specifically a nose that dominates her face. To those around her, Morgan, though successful in her career, plays it safe. She holds her tongue, allows her boyfriend to manipulate and control her, and never confronts her father over what she has perceived to be favoritism to her beautiful sister. Although she's somewhat "okay" with herself, a great opportunity comes her way. Her best friend enters her into a make-over contest sponsored by a local radio show. Surprisingly, Morgan wins and with the possibility of enhancing her outer appearance to match her inner personality, she must decide if she will accept the grand-prize, which is cosmetic surgery -- free of charge, with no limitations on what she can have done.

As the title implies, MAKE ME HOT is about one woman coming to terms with what society describes as beautiful and at what costs she'll go to acquire it. Marissa Monteilh does a superb job of showcasing the fears, insecurities, and frustrations of not only the main character, but includes her supporting staff. Each one plays a key role in Morgan's journey to discovering herself. Monteilh's writing is fast-paced and inspiring as she mixes each plot and sub-plot to result in a book that will be well received by readers, those with self-esteem problems and those who may not be aware of how their words may affect someone else struggling through the whole phase of acceptance. At the end, the reader is clearly able to recognize the good and the bad of Morgan's decisions on both a physical and an emotional level.

Reviewed by Tee C. Royal

of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers
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