Royalty, Rockstars & Billionaires: VIP College by Athena Wright
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Also by this Author: Given, Proven, Chosen
Published by Self-Published on July 21, 2015
Genres: Erotica, New Adult
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Welcome to VIP College, attended by royalty, rockstars and billionaires.
As a non-wealthy, non-celebrity scholarship recipient, VIP College freshman Aubrey is intent on joining the college’s Literary Society. As a budding erotica writer, she hopes to find a group of like-minded bookworms. Instead, she is confronted with the VIP Lit executive committee:
Luka, the prince, elegant and refined. Is he hiding surprisingly wicked tastes?
Jaeson, the billionaire, handsome and alluring with a not-so-secret dominant side.
Riot, the rockstar, guarded and aloof. He writes such passionate lyrics, surely there must be more to him than his prickly exterior?
Follow Aubrey’s journey as these three men help her find the inspiration she’s yearning for.
Four sexy, pantie-melting stars!
You can read this little serial just for the hot sex, or you can read it for the clever story within a story. I enjoy the sprinkling of the main character’s short stories throughout the book (and how they are pieced back together for us after the VIP College portion ended). I enjoy watching Aubrey’s writing grow and improve with the real-life experience she gets from the sexy VIP Lit executive team.
As much as I enjoy the story and the steamy sex, some of the author’s writing just isn’t my style. It’s written with new adults, but many times it seems as though the characters were more immature, like teens in high school trying to act older using sex (which doesn’t make you seem older…just more sexually experienced). There are some editing problems, but not too over-the-top. There are just enough to trip me up a few times and scratch at a few pet peeves of mine. A go-over with a good editor would handle all of this.
I’ll be reading the next series later this month, and I look forward to it. You get a little taste of it at the end of this book. Shifters!
I recommend this book for anyone who enjoys a bit of new adult smut with a semi-believable story (WHY is an ex-husband still being invited to family events? I had to forgive that and just enjoy the sex.). 😉