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I have to be honest and say that the blurb left me a little apprehensive. Those feelings were still present at 20% but then I slowly started to catch on where the talented Sunniva Dee was going with the story. From that point on I was fully invested and immersed in the story and with Geneva and Luka.
Twin Savage is so much more than a romance. It deals with very important topics like death, grief and sexuality. How Sunniva Dee weaves them into the story and how they influence Geneva and Luka is effortlessly depicted. I was so intrigued with Geneva’s choices and her reaction to them that left me wanting more and needing answers for her behavior and those choices. I got those answers and it was not only fascinating but also written with an authenticity that made me appreciate the story even more.
I enjoyed Geneva and the seven Fratters that she lived with. They each had their own personality and brought something different to the story and out of Geneva. She and Luka was dealing with the death of Julian who was Geneva’s fiancé and Luka’s twin brother.
Grief is dealt with differently from person to person and Geneva is very afflicted and so is Luka but doesn’t show it that obviously. How he chooses to help or ease some of Geneva’s pain is an important part of the story. I came full circle along with Geneva and Luke the further I got in the story.
Now that I’m finished with Twin Savage I’m still amazed by the depth of the story and how different and unique it is. I was questioning Geneva a lot but my faith in Sunniva Dee never wavered. Twin Savage isn’t another porn star book. No, this is about real life topics and how we choose to deal and react to them. Sunniva Dee made me think and question those topics and choices that were made. Definitely worth reading because of its message and unique storyline.
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.”
Guilt drives the hero, and possibly more than a little bit of martyrdom. Why suffer so much? (Well, if having tons of sex is suffering). And I’m wondering how his side-job would affect his position in a hospital, especially if he gets a prominent position. I do find that angle to be a big stretch. It’s not like doctors/nurses/techs don’t watch porn, too, you know? It would ruin his credibility.
Anyway, aside from that, it was convenient that the situation mirrored itself in an event in the Amazon. But as I read about the touching (and sexy) ritual grieving widows went through...what happened with men who lost their wives? The same thing? Would they have women going to their hut taking turns at night?
Aside from the head scratching plot elements it was a good read after the first few chapters. All the guys were distinct from each other and likable. I just wonder why NONE of them told her to STFU about the MMC because after six years *some* of them must have caught on to what was up with Julian. Right? Ugh, okay, I’m stopping. I liked the story, it’s just tissue thin for me and I keep finding holes.