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Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy When Emma Turrell learns that movie star Paul Thatcher is filming in her dead-end town, she has no idea that it will change her life. As she and Paul grow close, she sheds her fears--as well as her sexual inhibitions. Paul asks her to live and love in public, but Emma finds that her lover remains a mystery, even as they explore new gro Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy When Emma Turrell learns that movie star Paul Thatcher is filming in her dead-end town, she has no idea that it will change her life. As she and Paul grow close, she sheds her fears--as well as her sexual inhibitions. Paul asks her to live and love in public, but Emma finds that her lover remains a mystery, even as they explore new ground together. Their affair will challenge Emma's assumptions about the future, her closest relationships, and sex itself. As she explores her sexuality and her ambitions, she'll begin to discover the truth about the world's most famous man and, more importantly, herself. This pseudonymous novella is Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy. Desire can't wait for privacy. Neither should you. This book is intended for mature audiences only, due to intense sexual scenes and graphic descriptions. Themes are for adults only.


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Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy When Emma Turrell learns that movie star Paul Thatcher is filming in her dead-end town, she has no idea that it will change her life. As she and Paul grow close, she sheds her fears--as well as her sexual inhibitions. Paul asks her to live and love in public, but Emma finds that her lover remains a mystery, even as they explore new gro Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy When Emma Turrell learns that movie star Paul Thatcher is filming in her dead-end town, she has no idea that it will change her life. As she and Paul grow close, she sheds her fears--as well as her sexual inhibitions. Paul asks her to live and love in public, but Emma finds that her lover remains a mystery, even as they explore new ground together. Their affair will challenge Emma's assumptions about the future, her closest relationships, and sex itself. As she explores her sexuality and her ambitions, she'll begin to discover the truth about the world's most famous man and, more importantly, herself. This pseudonymous novella is Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy. Desire can't wait for privacy. Neither should you. This book is intended for mature audiences only, due to intense sexual scenes and graphic descriptions. Themes are for adults only.

30 review for Coming Attraction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Emma's world is turned upside down when her friend returns from NY with the surprise of a life time. Paul, is the star of a movie that is filming in her hometown. Her best friend puts him up in her families home and introduces Emma and Paul. Emma is attracted to Paul, but she is not sucked in by his star power alone. But this girl next door has caught Paul's eye. Their quick romance starts but between her sort-of-ex-boyfriend Craig and his contractual obligations these seemed doomed. But the lif Emma's world is turned upside down when her friend returns from NY with the surprise of a life time. Paul, is the star of a movie that is filming in her hometown. Her best friend puts him up in her families home and introduces Emma and Paul. Emma is attracted to Paul, but she is not sucked in by his star power alone. But this girl next door has caught Paul's eye. Their quick romance starts but between her sort-of-ex-boyfriend Craig and his contractual obligations these seemed doomed. But the life of a small town farm girl is nothing compared to the life of an A list actor who intends to sweep her off her feet. There was something about the writing style that I just really liked. It seemed almost vulnerable and shy at times. Bold in just the right places. You could almost feel her fear through the pages. I hope we get a glimpse into Paul a bit more in part 2, since he is still such a mystery.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Maria Costantino

    Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy When Emma Turrell learns that movie star Paul Thatcher is filming in her dead-end town, she has no idea that it will change her life. As she and Paul grow close, she sheds her fears--as well as her sexual inhibitions. Paul asks her to live and love in public, but Emma finds that her lover remains a mystery, even as they explore new ground together. Their affair will challenge Emma's assumptions about the future, her closest relationships, and sex itself. As s Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy When Emma Turrell learns that movie star Paul Thatcher is filming in her dead-end town, she has no idea that it will change her life. As she and Paul grow close, she sheds her fears--as well as her sexual inhibitions. Paul asks her to live and love in public, but Emma finds that her lover remains a mystery, even as they explore new ground together. Their affair will challenge Emma's assumptions about the future, her closest relationships, and sex itself. As she explores her sexuality and her ambitions, she'll begin to discover the truth about the world's most famous man and, more importantly, herself. This pseudonymous novella is Part I of the Public Attraction Trilogy. Desire can't wait for privacy. Neither should you.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Holdmann

    One of the few books (and I am almost never without a book in my hand) that I just couldn't put down! What makes this story so great (besides the sex scenes) is that the plot and characters are so believable. I have read the whole series so I won't give anything away but I have to say that this is one of the best books I've read in a long time. Every chapter seems to start and end with a sentence that keeps you wanting more, and trust me, you get it! I highly recommend getting the rest of the se One of the few books (and I am almost never without a book in my hand) that I just couldn't put down! What makes this story so great (besides the sex scenes) is that the plot and characters are so believable. I have read the whole series so I won't give anything away but I have to say that this is one of the best books I've read in a long time. Every chapter seems to start and end with a sentence that keeps you wanting more, and trust me, you get it! I highly recommend getting the rest of the series, you will not be disappointed!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    I liked this, a lot. It was cute. I didn't like that she talked past tense almost the entire book, I felt disconnected and I didn't feel like I was in the story at all :( I wanted to be with her and her thoughts as things progressed. But yeah. Short and cute. A good read. I liked this, a lot. It was cute. I didn't like that she talked past tense almost the entire book, I felt disconnected and I didn't feel like I was in the story at all :( I wanted to be with her and her thoughts as things progressed. But yeah. Short and cute. A good read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brandy Lynn

    Really enjoyed this! The plot was great...The sex scenes were smoking HOT...and the characters were very enjoyable! I look forward to more from Sophia Moore!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sunshine

    I won this book on LibraryThing Members giveaways. When I first began this book, I honestly did not like the main character, Emma. She came off as prudish, snobbish and close-minded. Not to mention I felt somewhat insulted. I'm originally from a small Midwest town and I have never acted that way. But then the further along I got in the novella, even though I still didn't really like her, I started to think that perhaps the author was purposely giving Emma those character flaws so we can see her I won this book on LibraryThing Members giveaways. When I first began this book, I honestly did not like the main character, Emma. She came off as prudish, snobbish and close-minded. Not to mention I felt somewhat insulted. I'm originally from a small Midwest town and I have never acted that way. But then the further along I got in the novella, even though I still didn't really like her, I started to think that perhaps the author was purposely giving Emma those character flaws so we can see her grow throughout the series. By the end of the book, I started to think Emma was someone I could actually like. She was finally becoming strong and not trying to hide behind her small-town persona. I actually look forward to reading about her in the next installments. The other characters in the book were fine. The main male character, Paul, has an insta-love with Emma. I am not a fan of insta-love. The thing that saves Paul's over reaction to Emma is the fact that Emma is not as enthralled with Paul. That makes it seem more realistic. The sex scenes were hot, but not horribly over the top as some romances and erotica being published. They were scenes that were realistic and I think that is what made them much more steamy. Of course, we all know sex in public places is pretty darn hot! Overall, I enjoyed this novella and plan to finish the series. I would recommend it my friends that enjoy the 50 Shades books.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    This is definitely s young adult fantasy book. Chloe and her friend Alice live on an island where a company designs new technology. Each night the girls go to rooftops and run with “Echoes”, ghosts, from one building to another. One ghost tries to communicate with them one night and things change from there on. The plot of this book is very imaginative, but not to my liking. There are some very good, vivid descriptions throughout. Some of the names used are uncommon and definitely geared toward This is definitely s young adult fantasy book. Chloe and her friend Alice live on an island where a company designs new technology. Each night the girls go to rooftops and run with “Echoes”, ghosts, from one building to another. One ghost tries to communicate with them one night and things change from there on. The plot of this book is very imaginative, but not to my liking. There are some very good, vivid descriptions throughout. Some of the names used are uncommon and definitely geared toward a younger audience. I found the book totally strange, and often a bit confusing. There are a lot of unique creatures/characters throughout, which put me off in many cases. The two main characters, Chloe and Alice, seemed self-centered, not providing good examples for readers. This is part of a larger series, Slumberland Station which will follow along these same lines. Is this a worthwhile series for young people? I am not sure because I am not ready to put someone like these main characters up as examples for others to follow. However, if the reader is into this type of book and enjoys reading fantasy, this is probably a good book for you. If you prefer to have your feet and those of the characters in the book grounded in reality as I do, go elsewhere. You won’t find it here. I received this book free to read and review from Library Thing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Ok, so maybe this isn't fair of me, but technically this book was between 2 and 2.5 stars for me. I just don't like Emma. She showed some redeeming qualities in the middle of the book, but from the start she just seemed so insecure, whiny, and annoying. Surprisingly, for a movie start Paul was actually tame and sort of likeable, but at the same time boring. The story just felt sort of flat to me. I'm still not sure what Jessie and Zach were trying to accomplish with some of their discussions wit Ok, so maybe this isn't fair of me, but technically this book was between 2 and 2.5 stars for me. I just don't like Emma. She showed some redeeming qualities in the middle of the book, but from the start she just seemed so insecure, whiny, and annoying. Surprisingly, for a movie start Paul was actually tame and sort of likeable, but at the same time boring. The story just felt sort of flat to me. I'm still not sure what Jessie and Zach were trying to accomplish with some of their discussions with her. It was actually really strange to read that Jessie and Emma were best friends, but not "those kind of friends" when it came to intimacy or caring...for God's sake, she was surprised when Jessie kissed her head and gave her advice to try with Paul in LA. How can that relationship be described as BFFs? And what was the deal with her and Craig? She seemed to miss the signals on that one too, and yet she was completely unhappy with him, her life, her town, but unwilling to do anything about it. I'm sorry everyone, but I just didn't quite feel this one. I have read some of the reviews for the remaining books and they seem to get better, but I don't know if I want to spend the money when this one just didn't gel with me.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tracey

    Ok- who hasn't dreamed that their life couldn't get better & for some gorgeous celebrity to come sweep them off their feet? What we don't dream is the reality of being thrown into the celebrity lifestyle, no privacy & that even celebrities have problems. This books moves fast - at times a little too fast. But I like the characters & all their flaws. I'm glad to see friendships & true love win out even though it takes work to stay together - ah life. I also liked the "fun" of a relationship being Ok- who hasn't dreamed that their life couldn't get better & for some gorgeous celebrity to come sweep them off their feet? What we don't dream is the reality of being thrown into the celebrity lifestyle, no privacy & that even celebrities have problems. This books moves fast - at times a little too fast. But I like the characters & all their flaws. I'm glad to see friendships & true love win out even though it takes work to stay together - ah life. I also liked the "fun" of a relationship being brought out between Paul & Emma. It's a wild ride of a story - enjoy!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Angel **Book Junkie**

    This is what I picture when I read this book.. Great sex. beautiful story and an amazing read. If I could wake up EVERY morning with Thatcher in my bed I would be a HAPPY woman! (Well I am happy but, you know in the book kind of happy) At first I thought Emma thought she was better than anyone else This is what I picture when I read this book.. Great sex. beautiful story and an amazing read. If I could wake up EVERY morning with Thatcher in my bed I would be a HAPPY woman! (Well I am happy but, you know in the book kind of happy) At first I thought Emma thought she was better than anyone else

  11. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Wright

    Well I'll start by telling you all I got this book from amazon has a freeby. I glad I didn't have to pay for it the story wasn't so bad but the girl in it Emma was ment to be a shy farm girl , she was so naive and so immature 1 min the next she was doing out rages sex sence with 1 of the worlds most famous men. Then she's running back to her cheating ex to forgive him stupid just glad it was free Well I'll start by telling you all I got this book from amazon has a freeby. I glad I didn't have to pay for it the story wasn't so bad but the girl in it Emma was ment to be a shy farm girl , she was so naive and so immature 1 min the next she was doing out rages sex sence with 1 of the worlds most famous men. Then she's running back to her cheating ex to forgive him stupid just glad it was free

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amy (DemonKittie)

    *I won this on LibraryThing for a fair and unbiased review* This story was short and not too bad considering it is not a genre that I normally read. I actually enjoyed it and it passed the time when I was feeling particularly blue. Plus what girl doesn’t fantasize about dating a huge star at one point in their life. Most do, and this is fun to read and imagine yourself in.

  13. 5 out of 5

    C.J.

    So far not liking Emma too much. She seems really whiny, has all these ideas about how a relationship should be but yet doesn't take the time to blink before she runs back to an ex who cheated on her. Weird and unrealistic. Other characters ok so far. So far not liking Emma too much. She seems really whiny, has all these ideas about how a relationship should be but yet doesn't take the time to blink before she runs back to an ex who cheated on her. Weird and unrealistic. Other characters ok so far.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Christy Tyler

    I did not care for Emma's constant mood of negativity or the lack of confidence. I wish she had been written to be stronger yet still innocent. The author could have spent more time writing about Emma and less time forecasting the doomed future. I did not care for Emma's constant mood of negativity or the lack of confidence. I wish she had been written to be stronger yet still innocent. The author could have spent more time writing about Emma and less time forecasting the doomed future.

  15. 5 out of 5

    KimeyDiann

    What a disappointment this book was. A complete and total waste of time. I thought this was supposed to be an erotica, so I didn't have very high expectations for the story line, but I was at least expecting some steamy sex scenes... Meh. Don't waste your time on this one. What a disappointment this book was. A complete and total waste of time. I thought this was supposed to be an erotica, so I didn't have very high expectations for the story line, but I was at least expecting some steamy sex scenes... Meh. Don't waste your time on this one.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Leanne Crabtree

    it was a little too short for me considering everything that happened and some things happened too quick

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dianna

    Easy read. Pretty good.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kristal Taylor

    This was a quick read. The story keep me interested in what would happen next. I like the main characters, the seem to be realistic. I have to read the next book to know if I love this series.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Christine Mack

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Catari

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

  22. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dakota Rooden

  25. 5 out of 5

    Crystal H

  26. 5 out of 5

    RedRedtheycallmeRed

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Goldman

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rmontgomery

  30. 5 out of 5

    Christie Mcwilliams

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