21 Jun 2014

REVIEW: Decker's Wood (Porn Stars of Romance #1) by Kirsty Dallas



Decker Steele had it made...Penthouse apartment, VIP parties, girls on tap. You see, Decker Steele is the Pornography Associations award winning, money making machine. But what does a self-confessed, pussy pounding warrior do when his prized package begins to fail? Freak the 'F' out, that's what!

Andi Jennings is the socially inept, geeky and awkward cousin of Decker's best friend. Only she's not so geeky and awkward anymore. Now she's a smokin' hot country bumpkin, with a smokey voice made for phone sex, and a pair of hot as hell cowboy boots. Everyone adores her, my porn star buddies, my mom and dad, my 'equipment'.

So, the prized package isn't so failing anymore, the catch is, it will only perform for Andi...My friend WITHOUT benefits.

What will the prince of porn do? The girl or the career?


My Thoughts

I had actually started reading another book, but Decker's Wood kept popping up all over the place. I was hearing about this 'helicopter' and wanted to know what everyone was going on about. It also sounded like a book I was in the mood for. So, I bought it and jumped right in!

Decker's Wood turned out to be EXACTLY what I was after! I absolutely loved it! The characters of Decker Steele and Andi Jennings were very easy to connect with and relate to. They were humorous and extremely likable. The secondary characters were also amazing, and played a huge part in the story.

The story itself had a fantastic vibe to it. It was engaging, romantic and humorous, but also had  some serious places. It was educational - I never knew there were so many words to call a penis! It was a story that made you feel the emotions of the characters right along with them. I was hooked from the very beginning!

As for that 'helicopter'? Well I literally laughed my ass off at that part! What is it? Well, if you don't know and haven't read the book, I strongly suggest that you do! Go get it and read it! NOW! You won't be disappointed!

My Rating


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