The Write Stuff
Author: Tiffany King
Genre: New Adult
Publisher: A.T. Publishing LLC
Date of Publication: 25 August 2014
Source: Copy received from Author in exchange for an honest review
From USA Today Bestselling Author, Tiffany King.
Twenty-two-year-old historical romance writer Nicole Blake, or N.S. Blake to her readers, hasn't taken an official poll, mind you, but she is convinced she may be the only romance author on the planet who is still a card-carrying member of the virgin club.Not that she hasn't tried to end her membership. Life just keeps finding pesky ways to interfere. With no prospects on the horizon, Nicole begins to feel like the closest she will ever get to experiencing a man is within her own stories.
Opportunity presents itself in the form of hot-as-sin-on-a-lollipop-stick bartender/premed student Alec Petropoulos, who agrees to be the cover model for her upcoming book. Sparks fly instantly between them, and Nicole begins to entertain the possibility that she's finally found the right guy to hand over her tattered V-card. Alec has all the makings for a perfect one-night-stand candidate except, much to Nicole's surprise, he seems to be the only man in existence not interested in bagging a virgin.
Stuck between a rock and a stubborn male, what's a virgin to do? Seduce him, of course. How hard could it be? If it works for the characters in her stories, why wouldn't it work for her? After all, what happens under the cover…stays under the cover.
USA Today Bestselling author Tiffany King is a lifelong reading fanatic who is now living her dream as a writer, weaving Young Adult and New Adult romance tales for others to enjoy. She has a loving husband and two wonderful kids. (Five, if you count her three spoiled cats). Her addictions include: Her iphone and ipad, chocolate, Diet Coke, chocolate, Harry Potter, chocolate, zombies and her favorite TV shows. Want to know what they are? Just ask.
I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are of my own and I was not compensated for this review.
How do I start this? Wow. Totally blew me away. I can't believe this. This book is totally awesome. I deeply felt every word that is written in this book. And it's like peering into the world of writers. Wow. It's like Nicole is my friend, and I'm Olivia, doing all the wonderful stuff to help my friend. Really. It's totally bizarre that I found myself reading it non stop. And when I finally do, there's like three chapters left before I finish it. Wow. Wow. I am totally speechless.
The Write Stuff is about Nicole Blake or N. S. Blake to her readers, a twenty-two year old girl who is a historical romance writer, still in college, and is still carrying the v-card. Her best friend, Olivia, helps her with all the stuff, from her book covers, blog tours, checking her emails and stuff like that. One morning, Nicole meets Olivia at the set of her new book cover photoshoot where she met her new model, Alec Petropoulos, a hot bartender/model/premed student. Sparks fly between the two and Nicole new in that moment that Alec is the perfect guy to lose her virginity with since he has all the things that shouts he's the perfect one-night-stand candidate. Little to her knowledge, he never bangs a girl who is still a virgin. And what was she supposed to do about that? Seduce him. In every way possible.
I totally suck at writing this. Anyway, I really enjoyed this book. It's not all too heavy to read. It's very light to and will surely make you laugh. I did. I read non stop the veary next day when Tiffany sent me her book. Well, I did stop though, like three chapters before the book ended. I think I said that part already. I need sleep that time! Can you blame me? Good gods! The revelations just killed me.
I have one question for you though, Tiff. Have you woven your and your hubby's love story here, in this very book? LOL. Sorry. I just really need to ask that question since you know why, uhm, the last chapter? And don't give me that "what happens under the cover, stays under the cover" statement. I need to know! :3
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