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    Different Romance

    Alex Stone is a star maker – well, of women that want to make it in the adult movie industry, that is. He has made it big in the industry and knows what it takes to be a star but is jaded, tired and ready to get out completely when he is talked into taking on the training of Payton. Payton needs money and feels that without an education or real skills her best chance is to be in the movies, porn movies. As jaded as Alex is he sees right through Payton’s naiveté and tries to dissuade her from pursuing what she seems to think will make her life more secure. Payton and Alex had secrets and issues to deal with. Alex came across cold at points but did warm up and grow through the story. Payton really did have a one track mind that did not allow her to really see what her future would be if she continued on the course she set for herself. This is a dark, gritty, sometimes painful read with graphic scenes that include a disturbing rape and violence. That said, this is a book that made me care not only for Payton and Alex but also for the supporting characters. It made me feel and think and hope that the two would find a healthy way forward with their lives. And, I am now VERY curious about Alex’s friend Reece and wonder if he might show up in a future book – I would definitely like for him to ;) Thank you to NetGalley and Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) for the copy of this book. This is my honest review.
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    Well written and riveting

    4.5 star review Breaking The Girl by M.C.Webb This book was an emotional, traumatic and at times disturbing read, that got to me on many levels. Please be advised that there is a graphic rape scene towards the last quarter of the book so if this is a trigger, please be prepared. Axel is a trainer, he teaches women how to become stars in the porn industry; Payton is the naïve, fresh faced, homeless girl who is lured by the chance to make good money in an idustry that uses men and women up, then tends to throw them away with no further thought. Axel knows that Payton is not suited for the industry she so desparately wants to join and initially refuses to train her, doing his best to turn her off the path she has chosen. However he eventually caves into Payton's requests and trains her. I was conflicted and frustrated on occasion with Payton, she was so naïve and oblivious to the “real world” that at times I wanted to shake sense into her. On the other hand, you could almost feel Axel's dissatisfaction and disullusionment with life and the industry he has been in for so many years. Axel has a plan, he has mapped out his furture and cannot wait to leave the porn industry whilst Payton is anxious to be as successful as she can to make the money she so desparately needs. Axel also knows that it will not be easy to leave the industry, particularly since his horrible business partner Barb is as determined to keep him tied to her as he is to escape. Side note – I really hated Barb! Throughout the first part of the book, Payton often refers to Ben, however it isn't until close to the end that you find out why she is homeless and what her story is and why she is so determined to make it big in the porn industry and make the money she so desperately needs. In Payton, Axel finds a glimmer of hope that his life does not have to be the cold and emotionally barren place it has been for so many years. But will the love that these two find, survive the terror and horrible ordeal that almost destroys both Payton and Axel or will they be torn apart? The writing and character development was good and I will be looking to read more from M.C.Webb

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