Rating – ⭐️⭐️⭐️
I usually like reading about addictions, I find it really interesting when done properly. And I think Tricia Best did a really good job explaining and getting into an addict’s mindset (I haven’t really read a great deal about porn addicts, so I did find it intriguing). What stopped me from loving this book was the characters. They were just a bit…flat. And cheesy.
There were times at the beginning of the book where I felt sorry for Taylor (her boyfriend was using her because of their rich daddies), but I just didn’t connect with her, or any of the characters. There was a big case of insta-love, and Taylor and Isaiah’s relationship just felt unrealistic.
(I wish finding a boyfriend was as easy as walking into a shop and making eyes at the guy at the juice counter, but alas I still find myself single.)
This is an okay read, and it’s obvious from the other reviews that I’m in the minority with this book. I’m giving it 3 stars because I think Tricia Best did a good job with the addiction part of the story.
*Thank you to Tricia and the publisher for giving me the chance to read this book*