A sex tape. A virgin. A liar. Keeping her name out of the tabloids is now impossible for Gemma Hart. After years of toeing the line and making the right choices, her reputation is in tatters. Suddenly, her sex life is being broadcast all over the country. But the only problem is: she's a virgin.
Or is she?
Between running his successful contracting firm and staying sober, Adonis Andreis has enough on his plate. When the sexy and sweet actress makes him an offer, he can't refuse. After all, who wouldn't want the virginity of America's Sweetheart? But when Adonis thinks that he's been betrayed, will the search for the truth shatter everything they've built?
Story: I thought this was a nice story showing how even people with damaged pasts can find love in places they would never expect. Together, the characters found what they needed to heal in each other. Loved it
Narration: I thought the narration was great and had a clean production. Great job!
The story blended nicely for the characters who had to overcome life's challenges. The narrator did a great job.
I received this audiobook free for an honest review. I wasn't sure what this story was about when I asked for it. It went in a direction I wasn't expecting with Gemma and Adonis. Great story with each of them having secrets that explain their personalities. Sylvia did a great job with the characters and the plot. The narrator did a great job with the accents and bringing out the personalities of the characters. The stories usually involve a dominant man, but this story appears to have a man whose dominance doesn't come out right a way. I look forward to checking out other LA Nights books.
I had a really hard time getting through this book. It was quite unpleasant to listen to. I have found that women transition better in to a woman's voice than a man does, which is what made the book very difficult to listen to for me.