Fade, By Kate Dawes


Olivia Rowland leaves her Midwestern life behind after graduating from college and heads off to Los Angeles to work for a Hollywood talent agent. Life in L.A. is a culture shock, but nothing compared to the jolt she gets when Max enters her life.Max Dalton is Hollywood’s youngest and brightest movie  producer/director/writer. He’s wealthy, successful, hot, and there’s never a shortage of women throwing themselves at him, but there’s only
one woman he wants, and he intends to make it happen.

As Max pursues Olivia, he finds that she presents a whole new challenge for him. When Olivia finally gives in the stage is set for a perilous, yet passionate relationship. Together they discover each other’s deepest desires, and darkest secrets….

*AUTHOR’S NOTE: This ebook contains all three previously published installments in the Fade series. If you purchased the separate installments, you have already read everything in this version. This is simply the entire book in one volume, as is the paperback.

 

To be completely honest, when I first started reading this.  I thought it sounded familiar, but as I got further into the story I realized why it had sounded familiar!  I had read the first book a while ago  and didn’t wait around for the next 2 books to be released.  (Everyone knows I am horrible about following series!)  I did like the fact that this book has all 3 parts combined.  So I was able to get the whole story in one sitting.  \In this story we follow Max and Olivia and their “relationship” from the beginning.  While their relationship was very interesting to follow, I think that when ti came to the actual story, the sex part took over more than anything.  Now with that being said, I’m not saying it is solely a book about sex.  And the sex parts were very “fun” to read, I just wish there would have been more added to it.
I do have to say when it came to the ending of the book, because I was extremely upset because I wanted to read more about what had happened.  So I was excited when I realized that there will be more books to explain everything.
The “smutty” part of this book is extremely well written.  I think that the author did a really good job describing the “acts” that were happening and I would recommend these books to my followers who enjoy erotica.
Overall, I still really enjoyed the story.  It was interesting to see what was going on between the two of them and you were left wondering how long their relationship was going to last before something happened to tear them apart.