This is a well known story, and I’m always curious as to see how the author keeps it fresh. Poppy artistic aspect, so easily giving itself to misconception and/or judgement), brings the difference here.
Adrift (Haven Island) by Isabel Jolie releases today in the Adult, Contemporary, Romance genre.
I can be your dream girl…for a price…
Ever heard of Only Fans? It’s not my ideal job, but it pays the bills.
It’s even made me somewhat of a celebrity. My subscribers love my provocative shots, and I’m oh-so-good at teasing them.
Then he shows up in my small town and complicates everything.
See, Mr. Green-Eyed Gazillionaire is so far out of my league it’s ridiculous. We’re polar opposites.
That doesn’t change the fact that even though I’m a fantasy to most men, I only want to be his reality.
But nothing real can ever happen between us. Logically, I know that.
Too bad logic and I have never had anything but a passing acquaintance.
Because now, if I’m not careful, I’m afraid this sexy billionaire will smash my poor, pathetic heart into oblivion…
A delicious hot billionaire romance featuring two polar opposites adrift on a resort island with a small-town atmosphere, right of the coast of North Carolina.
This is a steamy contemporary romance with a happily ever after, no cliffhanger, and no cheating.
AUTHOR BIO:Isabel Jolie, or Izzy to her friends, is an Amazon bestselling indie author with an unquenchable thirst for a good, sexy love story. Izzy’s heart pumps faster for stories with strong heroines, down-to-earth realism, and an unexpected twist.
When she’s not writing or reading, she can often be found with a glass of wine in hand relaxing with her husband, daughters, and good friends lakeside.
Izzy fills her Instagram feed with funnies, inspirational “brain candy”, and anything that meshes with her mood of the day. #mood.
What makes this story stand out from the other gazillionaire’s?
In Adrift, Gabriel Chesterton, the gazillionaire in question, is wrapped up in a massive scandal that threatens his career. It’s destabilizing, and he’s powerless to stop it. It’s due to this scandal that he finds himself away from his home, out of his work routine, and open to friendships that would normally never cross his radar.
When he first meets Poppy, he sees her much like any of the other models or actresses hired to circulate the high end parties he attends. She’s entertainment.
OnlyFans is a site where people pay to see the private collection, or photo stream, from the talent and personalities on the site. But in other countries, where prostitution is legal, it’s used to schedule meet-ups. And pornography is one of the art forms that has flourished on the site.
He’s judgmental. Polite, but there’s an undertone of judgement. The irony is that while he’s the one who is looking down on her, he’s actually partaken in all of those things in the past. And, it turns out, Poppy’s creative work falls within PG realms, and while she might not have a college degree, she’s successful in her own right, and he doesn’t have the moral right to judge her.
When Gabe first meets Poppy, he’s all about her one-dimensional aspects. Her photographs, her celebrity, boasting to friends. As he gets to know her, he begins to see her as a human, with flaws and dreams and heart. As he falls for her, he finds himself re-thinking what he wants not only from a relationship, but what he wants from his career and life.
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