Twin Savage (Porn Star Boyfriends #2)
by Sunniva Dee
Publication date: October 16th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
How does a good girl end up with a different lover for each night of the week?
It wasn’t a problem to be the only girl in a house full of guys.
Until my fiancé died and his identical twin took over the roost.
Sweet, easygoing Julian passed, while loathsome, bossy Luka, who pays his way through med. school by getting his dick wet on film, is still alive.
What kind of twisted reality is this?
Now, Luka’s on a mission to fix both of our grief.
Like I’d ever accept anything from him.
He doesn’t understand that gorgeous and sexy mean nothing if you’re a promiscuous jerk.
If only the nights didn’t destroy me.
They’re painful and long and empty,
until, on a Monday night, my insomnia attracts Diego.
That Tuesday, it attracts Lenny.
Next, it’s Marlon, James, Nathaniel,
and on Saturday, it’s Connor.
By Sunday night, I get the picture.
This is Luka doing what Luka does: solve problems with sex.
His remote-controlled comfort leaves me in our roommates’ arms six of seven nights.
On Sunday, there’s only one man left in the house.
But there’s no way in hell I’m opening my door—or my heart—to a porn star.
This, the second in the Porn Star Boyfriend series, is very different in tone from the previous. Much edgier; much more … Sunniva.
Now, don’t get me wrong. I loved book 1. And I loved book 2. But for wildly different reasons.
This is a real emotional wringer of a story, and once again challenged my perceptions of what makes a romance novel. I wasn’t always comfortable reading it. But against my expectations, I didn’t come out of this rooting for Geneva. Not because of her choices – but rather because, for all of her protestations of being an independant and objective observer of human nature, and despite the very clear and obvious parallels between her choices and the behaviour of the tribe she studies, she is quite the judgmental character. Her lack of insight is startling, but ultimately, this feeds the story narrative in a very necessary manner.
If you want formulaic, colour by numbers romance, this is not the book for you. If, on the other hand, you prefer your romance with personality; if you want a story that pushes your boundaries and exceeds your expectations, then get it in your life.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
Between studies, teaching, and advising, Sunniva has spent her entire adult life in a college environment. Most of her novels are new adult romance geared toward smart, passionate readers with a love for eclectic language and engaging their brain as well as their heart while reading.
Born in the Land of the Midnight Sun, the author 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 Los Angeles, she now lounges in the beautiful city of Savannah.
Sometimes, Sunniva writes with a paranormal twist (Shattering Halos, Stargazer, and Cat Love). At other times, it’s contemporary (Pandora Wild Child, Leon’s Way, Adrenaline Crush, Walking Heartbreak, and Dodging Trains, coming in late March 2016).
This author is the happiest when her characters 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 the reader on her toes until the end of each story.
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