Title: Sex, Lies and Beauty Aides
Author: Deb Julienne
Genre: Romance Comedy
Publication Year: 2014
Got the Book By: Arc was given for an honest review.
Rating: 4 Stars
Sex, lies, and beauty aids finally earn the girl next door a little respect.
Sabrina Thompson, editor of Skin Deep Magazine’s successful Natural Beauty Secrets column, is handed the challenge of her life. Take over the Love and Sex column or lose her job.
What does a twenty-four year old virgin know about love or sex when she’s never been on a third date? To complicate matters, there’s a new guy at the helm. Her only crush’s clone is issuing orders. While his pompous and ambitious twin dries out, playboy and ne’er-do-well Trent Wellington must assume his identity and save his family’s flailing magazine. The bright spot amid staff cuts and content restructuring is the plucky editor he once made a fool of himself in front of at a family gathering. Fooling everyone isn’t easy, especially when Sabrina inspires his true self to be more than he ever has.
Years of hearing she’s too nice to date have left Sabrina’s frustration simmering. It boils over when she discovers Trent’s deceit and she vows to make him pay. Getting even has never been so much fun.
The story is about a Sabrina, a 24 year old, editor and writer at a magazine. She specialize in beauty aides. I like the fact that Sabrina is so compromised with her work, that all of her works have to be proven by her first before she writes and gives advice to other people. When the magazine is in some problem and the new boss arrives, they give the Sabrina more job. That job consists on making a new column about love and sex. But there is a big problem with this job, Sabrina is Virgin.
The other main character of the story is Trent, he is a playboy. He also has a twin and he has to act as his twin to save his family magazine.
The story is great. I love how the author wrote the book. Is well writing which gives the reader a pleasure when reading it. The fact that I personally love the most is that the book is full of humor. Now you need to read this story ASAP and laugh all you want. With this book you will never get bored and definitely enjoy every sentence of it.
Also another good point about it is, that even though the story is the first of the series there is no cliffhanger.