Thursday, December 13, 2018

Review: WORD PLAY by Amalie Silver

Michael Rourke is an author succumbing to the demands of the industry by writing a best-selling erotica romance just to get a paycheck. He was tired of this trite fodder, which was why he insisted on using a pen name, so no one would know. The publishing professionals and readers think he’s the alpha male that he writes about—they don’t see the real him. His dream was to be a mystery writer and was, therefore, not satisfied with his life. All of a sudden, his secret comes out and raging fans flock all around him. To not lose his readers, he decides to become the brilliant and sexy author he created—the one that fans believe he is.

Readers will enjoy his new and different transformation. I liked his fumbling scenarios. What was with all the blog posts on Monica’s Musings? Were those necessary?

I liked how this story started out, but then it started slowing down about ¼ of the way. This was an ok read.

My rating: 3 stars

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