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BLOG REVIEW : Nudes by Sarah Robinson

 

October 23, 2017

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 

 

Nudes

Sarah Robinson

  

  

May 22nd 2017

 

 

 

Ben Lawson is making a comeback…After a few tabloid headlines, they think they know me. They don’t know a damn thing. As CEO of a movie production company, I’ll show them who I really am when we hit it big at the box office. My ex thought her smear tactics would ruin me, but I’m unbreakable. Rising from the debris, I swore I’d never let a woman distract me like that again. But then, my leading actress walked on the set and changed everything.Seductive, sexy, and unapologetic, Aria Rose could break me. I wanted to help her, protect her…love her. Instead, I destroyed her.

Aria Rose is baring it all….I knew better. I knew not to trust another Hollywood heartthrob with a reputation like his. He was my boss and became my ruin. I should have stayed far away from him. Ben Lawson promised me the world. He even promised me his heart. But he destroyed everything–my heart, my career, us.

Nudes by Sarah Robinson is not the first book I read by this author and I definitely like her writing style (Logically – otherwise I would not read more than two books)

Yeah – Logically – that is the headline for me here. And the reason for me only giving 3 stars. I can work with tons of clichés and fiction in a plotline.

I can read about vampires and pretend that it might be a possible situation for them to fall in love with a human. NO problem. As long as there is some sort of logic.

The reason for my rant when it comes to this book is there are a ton of clichés touched and used which is perfectly fine as they were executed very well and the story was floating beautiful.

But than came the important point.. the point when the story takes the famous 180…and in that tremendous important moment the story failed for me. As there was an obvious situation that can not be misinterpreted or at least should have been questioned.

But not only did that not happen – no – later it was discussed in a “ Oh you did not do that ? “ way that made me want to bang my head against a wall. Yeah I am that kind of person that feels strong for book characters no matter in a good or in a bad way.

Well non of this changes that the author is writing in a really great way and that I definitely like her writing. I suppose I am just the odd one out here when it comes to this storyline.

Its simply that this specific plot it did not work out for me that well. But that will not stop me from picking up her next book if the plot appeals to me.

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