Close Up and Personal by J.S. Taylor (A Review)

Actress and director. The stage is set for passion… 

Drama-school graduate Isabella Green wants to be a script-writer. But when she meets famous director James Berkeley, she’s tempted into the glamorous world of acting.

Behind the camera, the mysterious Berkeley commands discipline at all times. But Isabella soon discovers this man’s dominant tendencies also extend into the dressing room.

Suddenly Isabella is discovering a side of herself she never knew existed. But she is also learning more about the alluring James Berkeley. Is his desperate past something she can help heal? Or will the flames of passion consume them both when the cameras start rolling?

Lights, camera, action…

A Review by Beckey 

This closely similar to 50 Shades and the Crossfire series if you liked them then you may like this as well. Overall not bad but you will need the next one since it ends with a cliffhanger (you have been warned… A review of the next one will be shared as soon…)

Click on the cover to be taken over to the Amazon Page if you are interested on reading this ..

 

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