Author: Stevie J. Cole
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: May 2, 2016
Tyler Westbrook, better known as Johnny Depth, is taking the adult film industry by storm. With his playboy looks, it’s no surprise a few coworkers have attempted to take things off set and into the bedroom, but Tyler refuses to blur the lines between work and play…until the new assistant to the director walks in.
Jemma Morgan was recently fired from a lead role on a kid’s TV show that was supposed to be her big break. Unable to get another acting gig, she's accepted a job in an industry she never expected to be a part of. Although she anticipates being shocked her first few days on set, nothing could prepare her for the moment she's asked to hold the reflector as her ex-boyfriend plows through a woman like a Kansas cornfield.
In a world of butt-plugs, lube, and fake moans, is there a place for a second chance? Exes and some serious ohs…the term ex-rated just took on a whole new meaning.
Exrated was a hilarious and sexy story.
About porn none the less.
I've read one other book by Stevie J. Cole, A Love So Tragic and it took my breath away. Literally. So I went into this book with some different expectations since I read the blurb and knew this was in the romance comedy genre. Stevie J. Cole nailed it.
This was so different and yet so good.
I haven't read many stories about the main character being a porn star but the ones I have didn't do it for me.
This certainly did.
I liked how Tyler viewed his job as just a job as unconventional as it was.
But it was also something he wasn't proud of. I laughed my ass off to his thoughts.
Just his first meeting with the porn director was pure gold. He's a looker with a bright head on his shoulder and his relationship with Jemma, whom he'd known since they were kids, proved more important than anything. They were each other's first everything and hadn't seen each other in years. She's a beautiful aspiring actress with a crazy ass funny friend Heather.
Emotions and memories proved to be too much for both of them when they started working together.
They had so much history and their attraction was palpable.
I could easily understand Jemma's reservations when it came to Tyler's job
and to start a relationship in the entertainment business.
Stevie J. Cole's writing was flawless and she executed the humor to perfection.
I never expected porn to be so much fun since it's pretty much just dumb dialogue, sex and annoying moaning.
Everything from porn names to doing a sex scene was written with such an ease and subtle blend of wit and charm.
Her characters were very likable, relatable and so full of humor.
If you're in need of a good laugh and romance then
Exrated is definitely the book for you.