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Review: Porn Star by Laurelin Paige and Sierra Simone

This is probably the single dirtiest thing I’ve ever read but it’s also one of the sweetest, most romantic stories I’ve ever seen. Devi is beautiful and comfortable enough in her own skin to be a porn star, but also sweet and down to earth and just instantly likeable. Logan is hot with a capital H and just gets better as the story goes on. They’re perfect together but life gets in the way and Devi would never ask him to give up his career. Walking away from him is the hardest thing she’s ever done but she’s shocked to realize that love doesn’t leave any room for porn in her life. She doesn’t want to be with anyone else and she certainly can’t handle seeing Logan with anyone else.

Logan knows something is wrong in the balance of his life, but it takes losing the love of his life and reaching utter despair to recognize the issues. The authors weave mythology and astronomy throughout for a dreamy, romantic feel but manage to shine a light on the “me, too” issues in Hollywood and handle it respectfully. Their story is raw and real and beautiful and I loved every minute of it.

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Porn Star
by Laurelin Paige and Sierra Simone

Published 2016

Porn Star by Laurelin Paige and Sierra Simone

You know me.

Come on, you know you do.

Maybe you pretend you don’t. Maybe you clear your browser history religiously. Maybe you pretend to be aghast whenever someone even mentions the word porn in your presence.

But the truth is that you do know me.

Everybody knows Logan O’Toole, world famous porn star.

Except then Devi Dare pops into my world, and pretty soon I’m doing things that aren’t like me—like texting her with flirty banter and creating an entire web porn series just so I can get to star in her bed. Again. And again.

With Devi, my entire universe shifts, and the more time I spend with her, the more I realize that Logan O’Toole isn’t the guy I thought he was.

So maybe I’m not the guy you thought I was either.

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