Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Out Now! The Truth About Porn Star Boyfriends by: Sunniva Dee...I loved this book!


The Truth about Porn Star Boyfriends
 
Blurb:
 
I guess I just forgot.
To ask him what he did for a living, I mean.
And by the time I did, I was in—balls deep, as he’d call it.
He was the perfect boyfriend.
Attentive, gorgeous, guessing my every wish and fulfilling them.
The sex was earth-shattering.
He even dealt with my crazy mom the way no one else could.
He popped the question, God, such a perfect guy.
There was just one issue:
He f*cked other girls on camera for a living.
How the hell do you deal with that?
 




  

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The lineup of authors helping me celebrate this time is astonishing: Adriana Locke, Alyson Santos, Cheryl H McIntyre, D Nichole King, Emma Scott, Harloe Rae, Jewel E. Ann, Kennedy Ryan, Lex Martin, L.J. Shen, Lynn Vroman, Rachel Van Dyken, Saffron A Kent, SC Stephens, Stacy Kestwick, and Tijan.





My Review: (ARC provided)
An amazing 5 stars!

Well I think this book just earned the top spot now of Sunniva’s books. I could not put it down. I actually was making myself car sick reading it but couldn’t turn away so would look up for a breather and go right back in.

I felt like I was the heroine in this book, I was living through what Savannah was. I felt and understood her feelings. It was perfectly conveyed.

Ciro (H) was the perfect guy-until he wasn’t, until Savannah discovers the truth about his job; how he earns his money. And honestly as a woman how can you live with that? How can you live with the fact that your boyfriend the person you love and are supposed to trust has sex with other people for a living? I couldn’t. No matter how perfect the person is. That’s a deal breaker, right? Or you would think it was until Ciro does everything else right including helping with your very distraught mom when no one else can. He is the perfect man. I hated it and wanted to scream. Haha but really I hated what he did and that’s how I felt Savannah. I knew she was feeling the same.

“He knows better than to reach for me, my beautiful man who cheats for a living and got himself tossed out of my life.”

“I wanted to skip that part. Be with you and be the best me I have in me with you, always.”

What I loved so much about this story is that it was real. All the emotions and feelings between these two characters are perfectly described. This is far from a perfect love story; these people have flaws, fears, and regrets. As much as I wanted Ciro to give everything up for Savannah that’s all he knew and had. I didn’t want Savannah to be okay with it. Why should she be? So I had this constant tugging going on. In my head I’m thinking, “Leave him if he loves you he’ll quit,”

“But if he quits he may resent you.”

I love when books do that to me, have me constantly thinking. I loved the last couple paragraphs of this book, it was the perfect ending.

Sunniva has a way with words and has you loving her perfectly flawed characters. Ciro and Savannah have become favorites of mine; I’m not ready to let them go.

I highly recommend!


Excerpt:

 It’s been three days since he left.
     I have a photo of him on my phone.
     I know what to do with it.
     He’s an actor. He makes films. All I need is to Google his photo, and I’ll get that artist name he doesn’t want to give me.
     So much secrecy. Deep down I know why. The news that photo will bring me will be terrible, and I’m a dunce for not accepting the writing on the wall when it’s scribbled in black, sloppy italics all around me, yeah—dunce.
     I should upload it to Google.
     It’s so easy.
     Ciro has rented a yacht for the weekend, and he’s paid off Il Signore to have me come along as his personal waitress. My boss knows we’re together, I’m sure. He also loves my boyfriend’s restaurant tip every time he orders out.
     I’m on my bed after a long night shift at Mintrer’s, cell phone in hand and his beautiful, smiling picture open in my photo album. He looks at me like he thinks I’m the world. He looks at me like this photo is for me and I’d never betray him. He looks at me with love in his eyes.
     He’ll be back on Thursday. It’s only four more days. What are four days when we have three indescribable months behind us? I owe it to him to wait.
     “I’ve made my mistakes,” Ciro said. “I want to do it right with you.”
      I make his photo into my screensaver.


 Author Bio:
Sunniva was born in Norway, the Land of The Midnight Sun, but spent her early twenties making the world her playground. Southern Europe: Spain, Italy, Greece—Argentina: Buenos Aires, in particular. The United States finally kept her interest, and after half a decade in California, she now lounges in the beautiful city of Savannah. Sunniva has a Master's degree in Spanish, which she taught until she settled in as an adviser at an art college in the South.
Sunniva writes New Adult fiction with soul. Sometimes it's with a paranormal twist, like in Shattering Halos, Stargazer, and Cat Love. At other times, it's contemporary, as in Pandora Wild Child, Leon's Way, Adrenaline Crush, and now Walking Heartbreak.
Sunniva is the happiest when her characters take over, let their emotions run off with them, shaping her stories in ways she never foresaw. She loves bad-boys and good-boys run amok, and like in real life, her goal is to keep you on your toes until the end of each story.

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