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Sunniva Dee is brilliant when it comes to writing a book. Her hugely effective use of hidden meaning, double meaning and writing parallels is flipping fantastic! After reading Twin Savage, she is definitely one of my instant and do not hesitate one click authors!
Twin Savage is written so well that you lose sight of the fact that it is part of the ‘Porn Star Boyfriend’ series. It is SO much more than a guy being a porn star. She writes these characters with so much depth, so much emotion that you honestly feel as if you’re part of the group and storyline. It just sucks you in (on such a good way). There was no ‘fluff’ in this porn star book (pardon the pun.)
Her symbolism and ability to switch between colloquial and educated verbiage is utterly outstanding! Besides reading a fantastic book, I learned a thing or two. Kudos to Miss Dee for doing her research on topics and characters discussed.
I think in modern day western culture it is considered taboo to talk about one girl with seven guys, but this is written so well that you can slip into Geneva’s shoes as she explores other cultures and customs related to grief.
Geneva is an anthropology PhD student who had big plans to travel to Africa and the Amazon with her fiancee, Julian. Unfortunately, she finds herself a widow before they even get to the alter. For the past six years, she has lived at ‘the Queen’ with Julian and seven other guys (all as scrumptious and delicious as the next). One of the roommates is Julian’s twin brother, Luka.
Luka is a medical student who is about to enter his last semester before residency. In order to get through med school without loans, he is in fact a porn star god. However, there is so much behind his pretty exterior that you truly must read the book to see what makes him tick and why he does what he does. When I found out, it made him so much more real and freaking human. (Insert sigh).
Geneva and Luka are truly just incredible together. It’s amazing to read about the full transformation of a relationship and to be able to see parallels within your own life or something you might have read (I.e. how a relationship should work versus how they do work). There are ups and downs, misunderstandings, conflict, among other issues.
Twin Savage is a scintillating, hot and sexy, angsty romantic comedic drama. PLEASE do yourselves a favor and one-click this book. It is utterly fantastic!
“I love you, Geneva. You love me. So why wouldn’t it be us?”
“It should be us, right?”
“I think it has to be us.”
Let me preface this review by saying I read The Truth About Porn Star Boyfriends and was looking forward to this installment. As usual, Sunniva Dee didn’t disappoint.
I absolutely loved Twin Savage. The story line kept me intrigued and the characters are far more complex than one is led to believe in the beginning.
Despite the morbid beginning of Twin Savage, there are serious parallels to take notice of and even think about. This book’s main character, Geneva, is an anthropology student. She has an obsession with an indigenous tribe in the Amazon, particularly one woman. I won’t give anything away. I’ll just tell you to pay attention when you get to this point. You’ll look at Geneva’s situation in a different light.
Before I hit that point of discovery, I thought Geneva was being a little indulgent (for lack of a nicer word). She was enjoying an “engineered” situation that wouldn’t normally happen, and bad-mouthing her would-have-been brother-in-law. Her circumstance was deemed appropriate (in her mind) while Luka Verenich, the “amoral” male main character, was seen as promiscuous and unscrupulous.
With The Porn Star Boyfriend series, Dee gives readers ethical females in a less-than-moral predicament: falling for the porn star. I loved how Luka appeared to be the self-indulgent bad boy in love with his job. He comes across as a straight-forward character who tried not to pull any punches. He just lost his brother and you can feel Luka’s pain. His job put him underneath (and behind and above….) lots of women, you get the idea that he’s hiding the real Luka. Through the pages, snippets of the man are revealed. When the truth comes out, I liked Luka even more. He placed loyalty to his brother above his own comfort. (This is your awwww moment.)
I loved how Dee took an unfortunate incident and gave the reader food for thought (which is the second thing you need to focus on): is there a proper way to handle grief. Every culture handles death and dying differently. There are rites and ceremonies. There are processes that don’t necessarily mirror American tradition. I applaud how she presented this. The research necessary to convey this properly had to be immense. I got the message loud and clear: handle your grief in a way that’s appropriate for YOU and don’t condone how anyone else does it. Powerful.
I highly recommend Sunniva Dee’s Twin Savage. You won’t be disappointed.