ExRated - Book Review

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Tyler Westbrook, better known as Johnny Depth, is taking the adult film industry by storm. With his playboy looks, it’s no surprise a few coworkers have attempted to take things off set and into the bedroom, but Tyler refuses to blur the lines between work and play…until the new assistant to the director walks in.

Jemma Morgan was recently fired from a lead role on a kid’s TV show that was supposed to be her big break. Unable to get another acting gig, she's accepted a job in an industry she never expected to be a part of. Although she anticipates being shocked her first few days on set, nothing could prepare her for the moment she's asked to hold the reflector as her ex-boyfriend plows through a woman like a Kansas cornfield.

In a world of butt-plugs, lube, and fake moans, is there a place for a second chance? Exes and some serious ohs…the term ex-rated just took on a whole new meaning.

3.5 stars

I picked this book up for free on Kindle Unlimited.

After losing her job, due to a leaked sex tape, Jemma loses her job on a kiddie network.
Bye bye job as Elsa.  Damn!
But a night out with her bestie, turns into a chance meeting with
the man who broke her heart years ago; Tyler.

Years have past since they've seen each other.
Is he a lawyer now?
Does he know about her sex tape?
Wait everyone does!  CRAP!

A job opportunity opens up for Jemma, as an assistant porn
director.  She'd be getting coffee and stuff.  Nothing more.
Or so she thinks.  But then she meets Johnny Depth and 
all bets are off!
This is NOT her life!

Cute story that I couldn't put down.
I felt terrible for Tyler, he should have been honest from the get go.
But then the story wouldn't have been as fun!
Jemma gave him the run around plenty of time, 
you'd think he would get tired of the chase.
Jemma was worth it to Tyler.

“I’ve loved you since I was six, and I’ll love you until I’m ninety-six, even if you aren’t really mine.”

True Love!

I liked how this story flowed, there was never a dull moment.
The only thing lacking was I couldn't connect
with either one on a personal level.  
Oh I KNEW Tyler loved Jemma, but I never got that from her. 
She was flaking at times and immature.
Tyler was doing a job.  So was she.
All in all it's a cute read.