Friday, May 13, 2011

Slate by Brian Rowe { Review}

by Brian Rowe

Paperback, First, 309 pages
Published April 7th 2011

Hollywood casting director Vivien Slate thought she had it all, until coming home one day to find her husband cheating on her with a younger woman. With her marriage on the rocks, she decides it's the perfect time to recapture her sexual identity... by finding a younger man of her own.Vivien realizes she has a dating service right inside her own office-she's a casting director, after all. She devises a scenario to make the town believe her newest film project is as real as any other. She populates the cast with male characters spanning the ages of twenty to forty and begins holding auditions with hundreds of Tinseltown's most eligible bachelors. Vivien stops at nothing to find her perfect younger man, even if it means leaving her morals behind and ultimately putting her life in danger.

First Line(s): " Slate your name."

My Review:
Slate was an in your face over the top book. That is not to say these things are bad, certain story lines call for over the top and in your face! I found certain parts of "Slate" to be unbelievable from a married woman's point of view...let's just say I would not even think what Vivien thought if I had just caught my husband cheating on me. If you are not set back by a novel that drops the F bomb many times and is in your face that I say pick this book up, if these things make you uncomfortable than it's best to pass on Slate.

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Until next time...

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