If Christian Grey never received therapy for his mommy issues, he would have ended up in this book.
“Deadly Pleasures” from author Mary Firmin is a murder mystery centered around one young woman who has the help of her girlfriends and some cute man-beasts. So it’s kind of like Nancy Drew – but with drugs, prostitution, bloody scenes and AA meetings. Okay, a really naughty Ms. Drew.
When reading this thrilling novel, just try not to imagine it as a movie. Yes, that’s a dare. It’s easy to envision this story on a screen, so much so that I have done the dirty work for some Hollywood super director person, and set a cast for this Nancy Drew tale for today:
Megan Riley played by a Kristen Bell.
Well, she’s already made that “Hit and Run” disaster movie with her man-beast Dax Sheppard, so if Deadly Pleasures bombs, it wouldn’t be the worst thing on her CV, right? Honestly, Bell could perfectly play the small, blonde main character who attends AA meetings and is looking for real love.
Rachel Feinman played by Megan Fox. The fiesty friend of Megan Riley, who suspects her husband of cheating so plots that her and her friends all share a hired boytoy.
Alex Grant played by Kristin Chenoweth. This character is a little older than her other three friends. She’s also from the south and she’s just a cute little love bug who calls people “honey.”
Kathleen Rosario played by Kristin Stewart. She’s the redhead Debbie Downer who is going through a bad breakup. Hello!
Matthew Donovan played by Henry Cavill. Alright… alright! I am just in love with him and want him to appear in everything. But he can pull off the handsome detective who fancies the cute, little Megan Riley. Yes, he can. And yes, my Man-Beast knows that Henry is on my fantasy list. But we’ve figured out it’s because Henry looks like my Man-Beast. So that makes it okay.
Since the book takes place in L.A. and some scenes are at the Bayside Yacht Club, at least one character in the movie has to be filmed in a scene wearing this:
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Watch the book trailer until the (hopefully) movie comes out:
Find your own pleasures here for only .99 cents. Remember it’s naughty. So it’s rated R… for rarr!
Learn more about the fiesty author, Mary Firmin, here.