REVIEW: Picture Me This by Marina Lovechild

This honest review doesn’t contain any spoilers, so feel free to read with ease
Rating: 3.2/5
Genre: Adult Fiction – Erotica, Romance
“One snap with the shutter of my camera, and you will be mine forever,” he whispered.

My name is Sam, short for Samantha. I’m regular, boring and plain. The only time I can ever relax during my time in college is in photography class, or at least… It was.

That all changed when I met my new photography teacher. He is too sexy for his own good, and his mind too twisted for words to describe.
Together we tumbled into darkness, slowly spiraling out of control, and honestly…? I think I like it.

Switching between the POV’s of Sam, a college student who strives to become a photographer and gets high on a regular basis to Aiden, a famous photographer who, wanting to escape his agency, decides to stop taking pictures and try out teaching a college photography course. When these two collide, their paths gradually become more and more entwined, taking you on a sexy, dark journey.

I haven’t read an erotica-romance novel in quite a while, let alone a teacher/ student relationship so this book was quite refreshing for me as just something new. I liked how we got to understand both Aiden and Sam’s way of thinking instead of trying to figure out what was going on in each of their minds. I also liked how short it was, but it left me wanting more so props to the author for that.

A few problems I had with the story was that the plot wasn’t the greatest, with no real climax it was building up to. I kept waiting for a big plot twist but to no avail, which really irked me.

Overall, this story was a quick read which I finished in about an hour and a half. It was enjoyable but not really my cup of tea.

NOTE: I received a free electronic copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed in this review are solely my own.
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