Monday, May 22, 2017

My review of Nudes by Sarah Robinson

Aria Rose is 25 years old and on her way to becoming a critically acclaimed actress when she finds nude photos of herself online. She wonders how someone could be so cruel to take photos of her unknowingly and post them for the world to see.

Ben Lawson is the new CEO of Shepard Film Studios and has finally managed to get his life back in order after his split from his ex-wife Marion. He knows he shouldn't have feelings for actress Aria Rose but there is something about her that draws him in and he can't seem to get enough.

But one day there lives are turned upside down when the photos are released and when Ben realizes his part in it he vows to do whatever he can to make it up to Aria, although the damage has already been done.

This was such a great book on finding the good through all of the bad. 

I thought Aria was such a great character and one thing I loved was her dedication to her family. She had very few people close to her but those that were close were very dedicated, like Steele. She was a caring girl who realized she got in over her head with one of her relationships and knew that she had to get out of it.

The attraction between Aria and Ben was intense right from the beginning although both were scared to get involved as they didn't want it to affect the release of Aria's latest movie. They didn't want it to appear like she only got the job because of her relationship with Ben.

Ben was also hesitant about getting involved with Aria due to his relationship with his ex-wife and what he went through with her. But he knew that Aria was different than Marion and he didn't want to let her go. When he realized how bad he messed up he truly did everything in his power to make everything right and was willing to at any cost.

Although I absolutely hated what happened to Aria with the pictures I loved her response to it and how she was truly able to turn it around in a positive manner. I absolutely loved the message of the author in embracing ourselves and loving our inside and outside.

This book had a truly empowering message and the author did such a great job at having that come out. Loved it!! 

5 Stars

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