Monday, August 29, 2016

Review & Blast: Watch Me by Ada Frost

Title: Watch Me
Author: Ada Frost
Genre/Age: Romance/Erotica
Series: None
Publisher: Self-published
Format: ebook via Tasty Book Tours
Rating: ✺✺✺
SynopsisThis is my world, my kingdom. I sit on the throne and control the empire I created. 

My skill? Providing illicit pleasure to thousands. If there is a fantasy to fulfil, my company will provide it. 

I am the Porn Prince. 

The cold hearted producer at Stone Industries who creates the hottest porn in the business. 

But every ruler has an Achilles heel, and mine is chaos. 

Abigail Warner is chaos. 

From the moment she entered my office my world was turned upside down. She is my passion, my fantasy and everything I never wanted in life. The chaotic infuriating mess of a woman is everything I hate and avoid. 

So why can’t I stop watching her.

Why do I crave her? 

One taste and I know she will destroy me. 

This is a story of unlocking hidden desires and succumbing to pleasure.

So a little bit about myself. I love to read, and create stories for others to enjoy. I've always been told I have a vivid imagination, I just lacked the confidence to pursue putting it onto the written page. But finally I embarked on making a single dream come true.
I love to read, and write. I only read romance, any in that genre really. But it has to have a beautiful happy ending, I know reality isn't like that, but I read to excape real life not re-live it. Reality is too broken and jaded without having to live through the trauma and angst in a book for it to end unhappily.
I live in Yorkshire, England with my family, and many pets. When I'm not writing I am a very busy mummy and wife. My family is my world, my purpose and I am proud to be a part of their lives.

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**Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for honest review.** 

Holy mother of pearl!

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This was one intense book! I have read erotica but... dang! Threesomes, voyeurism, naughty office 'relations', and those are just a few in addition to the everyday happenings in Stone Industries, a pornographic media company. Reading this book, I could not stop smiling. I was either grinning like an idiot or hiding my face and blushing the entire time. Hiding my face from a book? I mean, who does that? Me, apparently.

Abigail was a breath of fresh and fantastic air! She was sassy and blunt and stubbornly independent. Even in desperation to find work, she stood up for herself against a very strict and almost crude man, not allowing him to make her feel inferior. And she wasn't inferior, by any means. She was capable, quick-witted, courageous, and a pleasure to follow throughout the story.

Lawson is a man who is implicitly set in his ways. Perfectionism is an understatement in regards to how he runs his life and business. His business partner, Samuel, is the complete opposite. Sam was carefree and humorous, flirtatious and indulgent. Yet, the two men seem to compliment each other, which was interesting to witness. Why am I mentioning two men? Well, because both are extremely involved in the story and believe it or not, this is not the case of a love triangle.

The writing was exquisite, which is something I don't always say about an erotic book. I felt immersed in the story, as if I was sitting in the same room as our characters and I could easily visualize the scenes as they unfolded. It was a very easy read and just as I predicted, I stayed up until the sun rose just to finish this book. I could not put it down.

The fact that this book is set in England did not escape my attention. It mentions the locations a few times but there are also words or phrases that we don't use here, in America. I don't mind, at all, and actually enjoy reading books written in a foreign author's voice.

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My only critique is of myself. I was not prepared for this book. I thought I was, but then I found myself gaping at the digital-pages. Technically, this is listed on Amazon as just a romance. I must say, this is definitely an erotica. Most absolutely, certainly, for sure is an erotica. And a great one, too!

In closing... 
Five fabulous suns for Watch Me! This doesn't look like it might be part of a series but I really hope the author writes more books with these characters. Seeing Samuel's story or even Lawson's sister, perhaps. The two of them together, even? *hint, hint*

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