Trailer Park Virgin by Alexa RileyTrailer Park Virgin by Alexa Riley
Published February 2016
Genres: Forbidden Romance
zero-stars
Format: eBook
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Rick's been raising little Gracie for the past five years. She even calls him Daddy, but recently things have started to change, and that name has started to have a whole different feel to it.

Ty's lived with Rick since he lost his parents in a car accident. Then Gracie came into their lives and the world seemed to light up, but the brotherly feelings he once had are now long forgotten as little Gracie has turned into a woman.

Gracie doesn't know what to do with her feelings for Rick and Ty: the two men who once felt like a father and brother to her. They've been her whole world since her mom skipped town, leaving her all alone in a trailer park. But something has to change. She wants them both, and she'll have them one way or another.

Okay, so I have read a couple of Alexa Riley books so far. By all means, her novels/short stories are no masterpieces, but they are the ideal smutty interlude you can indulge in between books. That’s mainly why I gave Trailer Park Virgin a try, but I was literally appalled by this 20 minute read. This is the cheapest kind of trailer trash smut you could imagine.

Okay, the author makes sure every one of her books come with a disclaimer. This book’s disclaimer is as follows:

“Friend to friend, this book is filthy. It’s a smut-fest like we’ve never written, and you’ll probably die of shame when you read it. There’s no cheating, and it’s even safe! But we’ve left plot at the door and gone over the line.’

So hang on a moment… There’s no cheating, that’s for sure. Because a barely 18 years-old virgin willingly gives into sexual acts with two men: one of which she sees as her caretaker and the other one she sees as a stepbrother. Oh and she does that taking turns. And worst of all, her “stepfather” can’t help saying absurd stuff when referring to sex, like “You’re old enough now to do a couple more chores around the house – come and make Daddy proud.”

Honestly, this is the stuff sexual abuse is made from, and I find it absolutely tasteless.

And no, this book is NOT safe. At least not where the sex is concerned.

And yeah, the author definitely left the plot at the door. The book literally stop in the middle of well… I can’t even call it a plot. But I can tell exactly why that is. Because a scenario like the one described wouldn’t happen in  million years and never could anyone – unless they are absolutely sick – imagine a proper story around it.

So no, this is absolutely not okay. I like my share of smut and am not ashamed to say it, but this is just sick, and exactly the stuff that Netflix 18+ documentaries are made of, if you get what I’m saying,

Detailed Rating
Storyline
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Characters
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Writing
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All the feels
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Overall: zero-stars