Paola’s Review: Mature Content by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell

Posted June 12, 2017 by collecto in Blog Tour, Book Reviews / 0 Comments

Paola’s Review: Mature Content by Megan Erickson & Santino HassellMature Content by Megan Erickson, Santino Hassell
Published by Megtino Press on June 2nd 2017
Genres: M/M, Romance
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My life plan is to be brutally honest all the way to the bank. Don't believe me? I run a popular YouTube channel called TrashyZane, and my claim to fame is oversharing about every aspect of my personal life. Sometimes while tipsy. Not everyone loves my style, but I have a long history of icing out people who can't handle me. I have no time for judgmental foolishness.

Except, apparently, when it comes to Beau Starr. His channel is the polar opposite of mine, and so is he. Wholesome, inspirational, and clean-cut. Everything about him should turn me off, but when we hook up following a confrontation at a convention, my world flips upside down. Not only does Beau Starr turn me on, he uses the exact combination of dirty talk and roughness needed to turn me out.

But we still hate each other. I think.

We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.

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Book Review: 5 Stars

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I was waiting for this book, Santino and Megan are a phenomenal co writing formula! And this series is just what I love to read in romance, each book has been unique and absolutely delightful.

Beau and Zane are both famous YouTube vloggers, they have that in common but they’re really opposites when it comes to their online presence, while Zane shares too much on his Channel and has a very “in your face attitude” Beau is very reserved and proper in his interactions with his followers, he is very careful no one knows that behind this perfect image is hiding another side of him, a side he prefers to have all to himself.

After Beau displays a “Mariah Carey’s act” pretending he doesn’t know who Zane is on a collab in another channel, they keep throwing shade (love the shade back and forth) at each other online, but it  escalates when they see each other in person at a gamers convention.This confrontation leads to their first encounter, they find out there is more beneath the image they show to the YouTube world and how perfect in bed they can be.

The enemies to lovers transition between Beau and Zane was flawlessly developed (the magic in this co writing duo on character development). Their friendship evolves to love between regular hook ups and text messages they send to one another (I love love love to read their texts).

I won’t say more because I HATE SPOILERS, and this book is an amazing read and I highly recommend it, this book and the whole series.It can be read as stand alone but I would recommend to read them all in order, Beau (he is Jesse’s cousin) and Zane were introduced to us in Book three of Love connection Series!

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