Accidental Pinup by Danielle Jackson

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The Accidental Pinup

The Accidental Pinup
by Danielle Jackson
Pub Date-7/19/22
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❓ What are you doing this weekend?

I love this cover and that the characters are plus size and plus size in the lingerie space! There is enemies workplace rivals set up.

Cassie is an amazing photographer but gets second pick to a male photographer, typical right. They have the same style and are both talented but they pick him and she barely gets jobs.

They both get hired for an important job that she thought she would be leading. And she’s asked to model the lingerie.

These two had chemistry but Reid had so many secrets that he wasn’t sharing with her. At first cause they were rivals then cause he didn’t touch it was a big deal and he could fix. But then it just became a huge obstacle in their way.

Loved the body positivity and the plus size lingerie campaign! Also that she could stand on her own without him but she did enjoy being partners with him.

Synopsis:
Rival photographers are forced to collaborate on a body-positive lingerie campaign, but they might have to readjust their focus when sparks fly.

Photographer Cassie Harris loves her job—her company Buxom Boudoir makes people look beautiful and feel empowered with her modern twist on classic pinup photography. Cassie’s best friend, Dana, is about to launch her own dangerously dreamy lingerie line and wants Cassie to shoot and direct the career-changing national campaign. But company politics and Dana’s complicated pregnancy interfere, and Cassie finds herself—a proud plus size Black woman—not behind the camera but in front of it.

Though she’s never modeled herself, Cassie’s pretty sure she can handle the sheer underwear and caution tape bralettes. She’s not sure she can work so intimately with the chosen photographer, her long-time competitor in the Chicago photography scene, Reid Montgomery. Their chemistry is undeniable on set, however, and feelings can develop faster than film…

Thank you berkleyromance and netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.

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