Rock Fiction Coveting: Invisible Ink by Elisabeth Joye

Posted: April 19, 2016 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Try this one on for size.

Lex has never felt more exposed. She has just allowed Jake Reed, the lead singer of rock band Inkjet, to undress her and tie her to a chair backstage after a show, only to have him leave to go sign autographs.

It is the start of a dark, obsessive relationship that will lead Lex, a 20-something public relations professional from L.A., to lose herself almost entirely as she struggles to break through her sexual boundaries without falling in love with Jake, an intimidatingly gorgeous Hollywood actor/rock star who closely guards his emotions.

What starts as a series of casual hookups ends up a powerful addiction that will push Lex past all her sexual boundaries as Jake moves repeatedly in and out of her life, making few promises along the way. Lex fights to keep a sense of herself while she succumbs to Jake’s glamorous world and his irresistible allure.

Wow. Dark. Scary. Probably gonna be a trigger book for people with issues. I’m not so sure I’m comfortable with it, myself; it sounds too much like Jake’s into this more for the ability to control and be mean to Lex than he is because he likes her. I mean, I’m reading this and thinking he’s a total douche for how he acts.

It might be too close to abuse. I don’t know.

Anyone?

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