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What happens when an innocent 22-year-old from South Carolina steps onto the glittering stage of New York City as an upcoming fashion model, and meets the most seductive man she's ever encountered?
Kelsie Stanton is completely unworldly, until she meets Tristan Wesley, a global fashion icon who lives and breathes Manhattan...where secrets hide and desires reign.
She finds him beautiful, magnetic, but intimidating. Her innocent beauty enchants him, but Tristan knows the emotions stirring within him can't end well.
Neither is ready for the other...yet they cannot resist the tantalizing allure.
As Kelsie and Tristan grow closer, she is shocked, yet thrilled by the secrets that Manhattan hides. And as she is lured deeper into his world, she can't resist exploring her own, previously unsuspected, dark desires.
However, Tristan fears that as Kelsie uncovers more of his world, she will fall deeper into its inescapable clutches....
This audiobook is intended for mature audiences.
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I read the “Behind the Camera” book and downloaded the audio because the book was so good. The narrator nailed Kelsie, the main character. She sounded exactly like I thought a 20 something young woman who is naïve, inexperienced with men and slowly becoming a drug addict sounds. Kelsie is desperate for love and gets involved with two very different men. Kelsie’s use of drugs and alcohol begins to affect her greatly and the narrator portrays an out of control, self-centered and whiney drug addict perfectly. This book series is so good and is a great and honest reflection of how young women can get in way over their head when they become fashion models and hook-up with people who just want to use them and they don’t have the common sense to stop themselves from getting sucked further into the party lifestyle.