Audiobook Review: Social Media – The Complete Series. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Social Media by J.A. Huss

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Grace Kinsella is social. 

But she likes the anonymity of being a blue bird on Twitter where she can shoot arrows of pithy filth at her favorite movie star. Virtual love is right up her alley.



Vaughn Asher is dominant.


But only in private. A former child-actor turned mega-movie action hero, Vaughn knows how to navigate a world filled with paparazzi, avoid the tabloids, and have his fun too.


Worlds collide on Saint Thomas when Grace comes face to face with the muse who has propelled her into dirty-tweeting stardom online. And he’s got an offer she can’t refuse. After all, how many people get a chance to live out their sexual fantasies with the man of their dreams.


Too bad the man of her dreams turns out to be a #dick.



Vaughn finally realizes Grace is much more than a submissive he can control. He wants more. More of everything. More nights together, more mornings together, more years together. They connect in a way he never imagined. He wants the happily ever after and he wants it with Grace.


But everyone has a past, and Grace and Vaughn are about to come face to face with people they thought they left behind. Real life collides with fantasy and only facing the truth will get them through.


Is Vaughn really a hero? Or does he just play one on TV?


And does Grace really need saving? Or is she stronger than she thought? 


Social Media

Six books in one audiobook!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💋💋💋💋
Heat/Steam: 🥵🥵🥵🥵
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙📒
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 👩🏻🧑🏼‍🦱👩🏻‍🦱👱🏻‍♂️🦸🏼‍♂️

The heroine: Grace @FilthyBlueBird – After her parents died, she was adopted at 16 by her best friends mom. She goes on an all inclusive honeymoon with the same best friend who won the trip in a contest. She lives in Denver and is an event planner that just got a promotion. Her and her friends are into filthy tweeting especially on the accounts of hot male celebrities. Grace only ever sends her dirty tweets to one man, her dream guy, movie star Vaughn Asher.

The Hero(es): Vaughn @VaughnAsher – he grew up the son of a very famous actor and was a successful child actor as well. He is now one of the most famous A-List movie stars. He is also a dominant who makes all his women’s sign an iron clad non-disclosure agreement. He is not into lasting relationships and prepares for the end of every one before it even begins.

The Story: Grace was in paradise sitting at a tropical bar and still couldn’t keep her head out of her twitter account. So she is upset when some arrogant interloper comes up beside her and tells her what drink to order. He walks away before she gets a chance to see who it is, but gets all up in arms about his high handed manner.

Nothing could have surprised her more than when she found out it was none other than the prince of her steamiest dreams and fantasies, Vaughn Asher. She agrees to go out with him and finds that they clash over just about everything but she loves it still. Vaughn sees Grace as a natural submissive and wants her much more than he cared to think about.

I really enjoyed this series. It made me uncomfortable in places but really kept my attention throughout the entire series and every book had different things going on. At first I thought it might just be 20 hours of back and forth between him wanting full control over her and her not wanting to give in. Granted some of the things he wanted from her would make me cringe if I was in those situations. He liked to come right to the edge of humiliating her in a few scenes, but the storylines got much more interesting than just BDSM and steamy scenes. Though there was plenty of that.

As for the narration, I liked the fact that it was dual POV and had both male and female narrators. I saw some reviews that didn’t like the male narrator for this dominant of a character, and I did have a bit of an issue but his voice reminded me of David James Elliot from that old TV Show “Jag”. I think what bothered me was the cadence of his reading, but it really didn’t bother me much.

The female narrator sounded exactly like Lyndsy Fonseca who played Alex on the TV Show “Nikita”. Her voice was perfect for the character of Grace. She sounded age appropriate and intelligent and I really enjoyed her parts. Though I hated her voice as Grace’s best friend, but it seemed sort of appropriate for a girl in her twenties who loves social media.

I loved the story arc and how this series take you to places you wouldn’t think of for a Movie Star romance. It was romantic in places, funny in places and dark in places and not just because of the BDSM.

I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.


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