Published by Lex Martin on May 19th 2017
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I'm known for being formal. Meticulous. Professional.
So you’d never suspect I spend my nights photographing my impressive junk for a NSFW blog. Don’t roll your eyes. I’m not bragging. I have millions of followers who’ll tell you they live for my posts.
I’m like a superhero, saving humanity one dick pic at a time.
Except leading a double life means I need someone to help me protect my anonymity, so that no one, especially my family, ever discovers my online celebrity.
When I call one of the most respected law firms in town, I expect quality legal advice and confidentiality. Not a sinfully sexy attorney whose dangerous curves and soul-piercing gray eyes make me want to personally demonstrate my particular skill set.
I shouldn’t be tempted.
Especially when she knows all of my best-kept secrets. But everyone has a breaking point. And I’ve met mine.
What starts off as a bet turns into a porn blog with too much at stake, particularly when a longstanding family reputation must be upheld. Put a lawyer in the mix where unexpected sparks fly and I’m sold. ‘All about the D’ can’t get any more explicit about pornography, though it’s done in a rather hilarious, sweet way with a fantastic male protagonist at its helm that I knew at once that Josh Cartwright was going to be a character to remember and love.
And Josh was indeed, a breath of fresh air, despite being an internet sensation for his dick. He’s a loyal, determined, perceptive and just an all-round decent top bloke who’s juggling his attraction to his lawyer while respecting her career, his constantly-drunk deadbeat best friend and the pressures of his family. Not too sure what I really feel about his dick blog though and I can certainly understand the angst that Evie feels about having a partner who’s famous amongst thousands of women because of his dick (though he actually isn’t into hookups at all), which by the end, translated into the longstanding question of women’s inability to handle it in the long run when men watch porn.
But Evie/Josh is a pairing I can generally buy into as it is a solid one—they laugh and love easily together and I did like their chemistry. That said, I did think Evie had some immature spurts in the story, where her constant, glaring insecurities (showing up ad nauseum) about her body size overshadowed my enjoyment of their relationship, to the extent where I wondered if her narrative voice during such moments, belonged better to a teenager than a grown woman.
‘All about the D’ however, is one of those stories that’s akin to watching a train wreck about to happen. With Evie/Josh’s secret relationship riding on the secrecy on his blog, you just know this is not without consequences, which simply leaves the question of just how bad the fallout would be. Needless to say, the mess shreds everything that Josh and Evie know about themselves and their friends/family, with a revelation that’s sort of a set up for the next book of two very unlikely characters, with 1 more in dire need of redemption than ever.
I’m already waiting impatiently for it.