Monday, October 11, 2010
'Lipstick Hustla' by Allison Hobbs
Misty is back. The last time two words made me clinch my cheeks like I was a fish in prison was when the doctor said, “Yep, it’s yours”. You could search for years to find a literary character like Misty and NEVER succeed. Allison is one of the few authors who can write books that I love with a character that I hate. I know I know, hate is a strong word… so let me see if I can find something else... Nope. Hate works for me. I HATE, HATE, HATE Misty. This crazy chick is up to to her usual grime and deviant nature. I think what makes Misty so bad is that she doesn’t try to hide her dirt; it’s done right in front of your face. This modern day pimpstress has lost her main bread winner and is looking for someone else, actually a few someone else’s’. This chick picks up dudes from Burger King, steals them from a man-queen’s harem, recruits her very reluctant body guard into her repulsive debauchery, and test drives more guys than Madonna in her heyday. With her special brand of “Misty Mayhem” you know girlfriend has made some enemies. Got that right! I’m not going to tell you WHAT happens, but hell… I laughed.
The graphic sex is something that I look forward to when I read Allison’s books, even if it does have maniac Misty in it. She’s overpowering and seems to have the knack to find the weakest men with the longest… uummmm… organ. Her audacity and gall is beyond measure and you really do catch yourself from throwing this book at the nearest mirror. I know I keep harping on Misty, Misty, Misty but that’s because she is a trip and a third. She wants what she wants and she doesn’t care, and I mean she REALLY doesn’t care, how she gets it. Her vagina is a weapon and a tool, and apparently what she has is so good it causes men to lose their damn mind. Because they do. ‘Lipstick Hustla’ is Allison in true form. Carnal, animalistic, a slow penetration that violates every single one of your senses, words that arouse, and phrases that cause you readjust your clothing or makes you change them all together. Also, do yourself a favor and read ‘Double Dippin’ and ‘Big Juicy Lips’ before you read this one. You will want/need to know about the origins of Mad Misty.