Amelia London is America’s sweetheart. Noah Sloan is America’s bad boy. Both are former child stars and once were lovers. When they are cast as the leads in the upcoming erotic suspense blockbuster—Sinners Like Us—they are forced to come to terms with the issues that tore them apart to begin with.
As the whole world watches, can they keep their secrets hidden? After all, everybody is a sinner…
My 4 KINK Review
December 4, 2015/ MILE HIGH KINK BOOK CLUB/ Two of the most sought after roles in Hollywood have been cast. America’ s Sweetheart, Amelia London, will star as Blair Hawthorne and Hollywood Bad Boy, Noah Sloan, as Damon Shaw in the highly anticipated film adaptation of the erotically charged BDSM novel centered around two criminal lovers, Sinners Like Us.
Noah and Amelia are former child stars who worked together and dated as teenagers until Noah broke Amelia’s heart. Noah is fresh from a stint in rehab. Amelia is living in the shadows of being icon Ester London’s daughter.
Years later, fate throws the two of them together for the film production of Sinners Like Us. It may very well be art imitating life.
Noah is trying to shed his bad boy image while Amelia is trying to get away from the “sweetheart” image. Each have a lot riding on the success of this film; including having to deal with their money grabbing parents. They are just ATMs for them.
With the sexual tension on the set, the sex scenes with BDSM elements make the on screen chemistry flawless. It helps to ignite the second chance romance.
Childstar is a second chance romance. The surprising thing about what threatens their relationship and Happy Ever After is not the stalker fans, ex-lovers or rabid paparazzi. It’s about blackmail and murder. Not at all what I was expecting. The angst is a great concept and interesting twist with a smudge of darkness thrown in the mix.
ABOUT J.J. MCAVOY
J. J. McAvoy first started working on Ruthless People during a Morality and Ethics lecture her freshman year of college. X number of years later, she is an insomniac who has changed her major three times, and is a master in the art of procrastination. If you ask her why she began writing, she will simply tell you “They wanted to get their story out.”
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