Saturday, November 23, 2013

Xpresso After Dark Presents Sugar Babies by Mickey J. Corrigan Blog Tour Stop

Sugar Babies by Mickey J. Corrigan
Publication date: November 4th 2013
Genres: Adult, Romance, Thriller


A sugar daddy can make your money woes disappear overnight. But for sugar babies, life is like a chocolate covered time bomb: sweet on the outside, deadly on the inside.

Young, beautiful, and hungry, Maire, Esme and Niki want what every woman wants: love, work, safe shelter, the bills paid off, a diamond-studded Rolex, and a two-bedroom condo with an ocean view. Working as sugar babies seems to be the only way to make this happen. But the sugar life is more dangerous than they thought.

Maire O’Rourke is too hot to handle herself properly. She tends to wear too tight clothes and too much make-up, but she’s got more than sex on her mind. She’s already landed one of the richest sugar daddies in Coconut City, a tropical paradise boasting more lonely men per multimillion dollar estate than just about anywhere else.

Sweet Esme Grant is a buxom blonde with a rough and tumble lover she’s left behind somewhere in hill country. She’s come to Coconut City in order to find herself a sugar daddy, a rich older man willing to fund her, along with her hometown boyfriend and their Mayberry-gone-bad dreams.

Niki Stephanopoulos, a dark, iconoclastic artist enrolled in a teaching certification program at Coconut College, struggles with depression fueled by guilt. She is embarrassed by her dependence on her family for the money she needs to survive. But she feels even worse after sleeping with her sexy, much older landlord when she’s short the rent.

Welcome to the secret lives of sugar babies. On the first day of the month, Maire, Esme and Niki struggle with overdue bills and sexy beaus. Readers can join them as they figure out ways to pay the rent, make decent love to indecent men, and stay upright on the rough road to happiness. Sugar Babies is a modern-day romance, a blue martini with a nasty twist. An intoxicating mystery steeped in social satire, the story of Esme, Niki and Maire is an all-American morality tale.

Three beautiful young women: place your order now.


My Review

5 of 5 Sugar Babies

Sugar Babies is a great read for all those who love a good story with lots of drama and angst. The cover fits the description of the book to a T. This is a unique story about three girls who want a better life than they have and are willing to do whatever it takes to get that money and life style. I personally know a few sugar babies and I have to say the book got it right about their life style and their behaviors. So much so I found myself cracking up like a hyena.

We get to meet three girls who want the same thing out of life. They want things and they want to be taken care of by someone else. Marie, Niki, and Esme. Marie is the brains of the operations because she starts a website that caters to sugar daddies matching them with sugar babies. She has her own sugar daddy who takes good care of her and she wants for nothing so she starts this website to help out other sugar babies.

Niki is looking for someone to fund her and her boyfriend because they had these dreams but they have no money so she thinks if she has a sugar daddy she can have her cake and eat it to but what she discovers is so much more.

Esme is something else she is spoiled and wants everything no matter how she gets it just as long as she gets it. She is willing to do whatever it takes to have the life she wants.

In the end this is a story about three womens struggles to get what they want and what they are will to sacrifice. 

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Author Mickey J. Corrigan lies and works and gets into trouble in the lurid tropics of South Florida, where sugar babies are as common as gators, skeeters and snowbirds. Other titles include the novellas Geekus Interruptus, Dream Job, Professional Grievers, and Me Go Mango. Sugar Babies is her first novel.

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Tour wide giveaway
Prizes (open internationally): 
3 ebook copies of Sugar Babies


  1. Glad you liked it, Tee! It sounds like a fun read and very character oriented, too! Great review!

  2. Sounds like a good read. Thanks for the giveaway!