Good Girl Diaries
Riley Turner was as conservative and sweet as they came, but she had a secret desire to be a little on the bad side. Her love of rock stars and bands started young, and had grown with her all her life. However, after losing her virginity to the lead singer in a small-time rock band, her heart had grown jaded.
Then came a girl’s night out with her best friend, Larissa. After heading to a club in the city, the girls have a few drinks and watch some amazing up-and-coming bands. The mix of cocktails and music stir up all those old emotions Riley had tried so hard to ignore. Her anxiety only escalated when Sami Stone took the stage with his band, reminding her of her teen years spent sneaking out to concerts. He was a Rock God whether anyone else knew it or not, and Riley knew he meant trouble for her. Especially when he winked at her after the show.
With a nervous smile and low expectations, she approached Sami, never expecting him to want more than a drink with her. Now Riley is finding it difficult to continue her good girl lifestyle after being confronted with such a bad boy.
The Good Girl Diaries
Posted the 15th of every month
Vol 7: Runaway Weekend
March 15, 2018
Try as I might, I ended up waiting with a bag packed ready for Sami to pick me up for our weekend. This was crazy. I was crazy, but there was no stopping now. He was moments away from being at my door. I pace back and forth, trying to calm my raging nerves. I wore a nice pair of jeans and a tank top with an open over shirt. My hair was pulled up into a pony tail in order to keep it from my face. I had no idea what Sami had planned for us, so I packed accordingly. There was something nice, something casual, and something frisky in case I felt inspired to be bad.
Vol 6: Date Night Part 2
January 15, 2018
His words echoed over and over in my mind as dinner continued into drinks. We moved from our table to the bar, so we weren’t holding the waitress back from tips, but we certainly weren’t ready for the night to end. As the liquid courage flowed, I found myself moving in closer to him, touching his arm and brushing against his leg. Once I even braved sweeping hair from his face, shivering at how soft it was.
Vol 5: Date Night Part 1
Dec. 15, 2017
To say I was a nervous wreck would be an understatement. Not only had it been ages since I went on a date, but I was going on one with some guy I barely knew from a rock band. All I could think about was how very bad this was going to be for me. Larissa had done all she could to make me feel better, but I was shaking by the time I got to the steakhouse I had agreed to meet Sami at. How I was going to eat, I had no idea. After all, my stomach was in knots.
Vol 4: The Call
Oct. 15, 2017
Life sadly had to go back to normal. My night in Atlanta with Larissa and Sami had been one of the best times I had experienced in a long time. Since returning home, there was a spring to my step and a smile on my face everyone seemed to have something to say about. It was wonderful. For the first time in years, I felt like me. Though I had to admit, all of this new vitality also left me feeling a bit terrified. What if I fell into old habits. Not that I expected Sami or any of the rockers to start hanging around with me. They had their own lives.
Vol 3: Oh, No, Don’t Come Over
Sept. 15, 2017
I was thoroughly drunk, both on alcohol and music, by the time Addictions Mercy finished their set. Needing a breather, Larissa and I went to the outside deck for some fresh air. The world around me spun and spun, making me a little queasy. “Girl, I had no idea how wild you would get. I’m surprised you weren’t throwing your panties at the stage.”
“Don’t doubt I didn’t think about it, because I did.” I laughed, leaning back in my chair so that the cool, Atlanta breeze could ease some of the heat radiating from my skin. “Damn that man was sexy. I forgot how sexy Rock Gods could be.”
Vol 2: Flashbacks of Youth
July 15, 2017
Larissa lived up to her promise and stole me away as soon as work was over. We rushed to her house, changed, and primped until we were presentable for a night on the town. Then we were off to see the wizard. Or rather, we were off the see the bands and get rip-roaring drunk.
Because alcohol was in the plan, Larissa had rented a hotel room within walking distance of the club. Lucky me. Not only was I being shoved back into a life I hadn’t indulged in years, but I was going to spend the night rolling around in those memories. It was more than one little redhead could handle. Larissa insisted I was over reacting, but she hadn’t known me back in the day. Back when I was young and full of hard rock hope.
Vol 1: Too Good For Bad
June 15, 2017
Growing up, while most of my friends had plastered posters of boy bands and heartthrob actors on their bedroom walls, I had posters of rock stars. Leather clad gods of sex and music and everything I knew I could never have. It drove my parents crazy, and they always feared the worst—that I would end up some pregnant teen abandoned by a punk with a motorcycle.