My clients call me Lily… Lily Stargazer.
No I’m not a stripper or a street walker…
But I sure as hell like to push it deep.
I call the shots, I take control, that’s how it goes. Don’t like it? There’s the door.
Everyone has a dark side, I wear mine proudly. Sure I have my secrets and a past, just like everyone else, but only he knows where I come from and he doesn’t think I belong here.
But even those who seem to be plain as day, have the darkest sides of all and when the lights go out and the bulb is changed, they can’t hide it much longer.
I know who I am and I am not everyone’s shot of tequila…
But I sure as hell ain’t a fine wine.
First of all, I have to say that I am so excited that I got the opportunity to read Lily’s Law. I have admired and purchased Danielle’s artwork for years, following her career as it took off. I am ashamed to say, however, that Lily’s Law is the first book I have read by her. That will be remedied shortly. Danielle brings a fresh perspective to a genre full of bad boys and good girls. Lily is the anti-heroine; an unapologetic bad girl with a mouth and attitude to match. While some readers might be taken aback by her cockiness, language and frequent one night stands, I found Lily refreshing. It is about time that women are portrayed as more then needy, goody-goodies. Lily is real and raw. She made me feel so many emotions that I lost myself in her story.
Don’t go into this book looking for a sweet love story or a story of redemption. I really don’t think Lily needs to be redeemed. Yes, she is not typical, but she really never did anything horrible. Had she hurt other people? Yes. Had she hurt herself? More then once but there was never a time that she was truly a bad person.
If you couldn’t tell already, Danielle has a new fan of her writing. I can’t wait to read more of her stories!