From USA Today best-selling author Sky Corgan comes a darker version of Pretty Woman.
Pepper has hit rock bottom. After being thrown out on the streets, she's willing to do whatever it takes to survive.
Dmitri Strife is a world famous rock star trying to break into the movie industry. Seedy company leads him into a chance encounter with Pepper that will change both of their lives forever.
Strife is a story of privilege and poverty, of kindness and cruelty, and of learning who to trust when the whole world seems to have turned its back on you.
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Sky Corgan does it again!
Sexy Romance 💋
Pepper an actress wannabe who ends up like most Hollywood starlets and resorts to using her body in order to survive. James Sumner is the slummy owner of an escort service who offers Pepper $500.00 dollars an hour to work for him. With aspirations of going to college to get out of her current situation the 💰 is to tempting to pass up. Dmitri is a rockstar trying to cross over into films. After completing his first starting roll his friend John uses James service for a private night of fun Dmitri won't forget. What John doesn't know is Dmitri is tired of meaningless sex. When Pepper shows up late the orgy is already underway. With her nerves in full swing she steps out on the balcony where Dmitri takes notice. After some polite conversation Dmitri realizes Pepper isn't aware of who he is. Dmitri ceases the opportunity to be someone else and uses his character name Brody Grant. After Dmitri and Pepper leave the party in favor of going back to his hotel to get to know each other. Dmitri's urges sleep with Pepper are replaced by his compassion for helping her. But Pepper is stubbornly independent with plans to do
it on her own. After a few complications these two find their way into HEA. I really enjoyed this listen the only thing that would have made it better is if a
male narrator would have been added. Since this
book is told in the first person POV by two primary characters a male voice would have been nice to
hear on Dmitri's parts. Marie Smith did do a good job portraying Pepper but did not change her voice
to act out Dmitri. That's why I took a star away. I was gifted this book in exchange for my honest
review. I do think its still worth a credit though.