She’s a woman who has never done anything like this before…
Disaster had her world uprooted, her plans for her life going in a direction she could have never seen coming. Shackled with a debt she has no way to pay off, she makes a decision she never could have seen herself making. One contract. Three months. Complete financial freedom. But at what cost?
He’s a man who has never been in love…
But there was no mistaking that love was exactly what he was feeling toward a woman who never should have stepped into his office to begin with. The kind of woman his filthy hands never should have touched in the first place. But there was no going back. And as feelings grow, he wonders how could he even begin to explain to her all his deceptions, or expect her to ever be able to trust him again enough to give something real a chance?
* This book contains taboo and risque themes. Read at your own discretion. Possible triggers are explained in detail on the author's website.
4 Porno Stars ⭐️
There has been a lot of hype surrounding this book due to it being temporarily banned by Amazon. After reading Fair L’Amour (Make Love) I have no idea why.
This is the story of Rosie who is inundated with debt and needs a way out. Rosie is an average girl who applies for a job making porn out of desperation. She is interviewed by the owner of “Golden Age Productions” Preston, and he offers her the role with him as her co-star.
Now I’m all for diverse reads and I thoroughly enjoyed this book and story line. It was heartfelt, sweet and really sexy but it could have been perfect if it was grittier and remained true to the plot. Unfortunately the porn scenes were glossed over and it became more about sexual discovery for the pair. If the porn industry was that attractive and paid $1500 an hour, I’d probably consider giving up my day job as well (just kidding….sorta).