By Bianca Giovanni and Omnific Publishing
New Adult Erotic Romance (very mature content for 17 +)
Released April 15, 2014
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Lifelong best friends James Laird and Lola Caraway are reunited when Lola moves to LA after college. Lola is starting her new life, new job, and a new romance with a successful lawyer--a relationship which forces James to question the nature of his feelings for Lola.
Meanwhile James' agent has him making BDSM films, though to him it's all an act. Unfortunately, these films have brought him the attention of hardcore producer Eva Satana, who wants James to be a ruthless Dominant -for real- in her brutal and extreme scenes. James soon finds himself caught in a contract he cannot break and compelled by threats to the girl who's stood by him through everything.
James can't stand the thought of anyone else with his sweet, virginal best friend. But they are just friends...aren't they? Can their friendship survive so much desire and deception?
Their decisions will decide who will be free and who will be CAPTURED.
This book picks up after Lola graduates from college and James is still working in the porn industry. James and Lola are still friends and managed to get passed the sexual chemistry from the first book and remain friends. Now Lola is getting into dating and James now is roped into some sleazy deal made by his boss and Eva a women known for his hardcore BDSM. James isn't into it but how Eva has managed to find out about Lola and her being a virgin so she makes James make some hard choices.
Just wow, this book really blew me away. I loved this book. This book had a great story line and enough steamy sences to keep the reader wanting the more. I loved the relationship between Lola and James. I hated what James had to do at the hands of his sleazy hands of his boss and Eva. Lova is sweet and innocent and I loved that she was a women who knows how to use her brain. I loved that there was so much suspense when it came to the Eva issue, I kept wondering if and when she was going to do something to ruin James and Lola's friendship / relationship. I loved how the ending turned out no loose ends or anything. It was a great ending to a great story.
Now what I'm kinda wondering what was up with Savanna/Stacey. I know a bit about what happened in her past but I'm kind of wondering where shes going after all this. I liked her character I liked that she was slowly able to live again... never know maybe Eva did have people on the side and they are probably angry that Eva is down or the moment and want to take some action on those who brought her down? Hey it's my blog I'm allowed to be curious and express my ideas :-) .
Anyways I loved this book and just wow I highly recommend you lovely readers check out this book. 5 of 5 stars!
Book One : Vice, Virtue, and Video
I really enjoyed this book. I loved all the characters. I loved Lola's and James playful, sweet and steamy relationship. The steamy scenes were great. This story was well written. Oh and with an ending like that you'll want to see what happens next with these two. Its not a cliffhanger but with how this book turned out I can't wait to see whats next for these two. First I must check out the previous books to this which I just noticed is out.
With how much I enjoyed this book is it any surprise that I would rate this book 4.5 of 5 stars?
Bianca Giovanni was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. She grew up with a single mother and Italian grandmother, who was an avid reader. She has had a love of writing since childhood, but self-published her first short stories in 2012. Bianca’s strong female characters and witty dialogue have struck a chord with readers and lead to her popularity on self-publishing platforms.
In 2013, Bianca signed with Omnific Publishing to bring the 'Vice, Virtue & Video' series to readers. The series contains First Dance (free introductory short story), Revealed (book #1), Letting Go (book #1.5), and four more novels to be released in 2014.
She currently resides in Denver, Colorado, where she can often be found jotting down story ideas in a notebook.