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Cherry Davis is turning her part-time influencer gig into a full-time venture. As Cherry on Top, she’s the happy, loved lesbian lifestyle guide with an enviable relationship, friends, and wardrobe. Reputation is crucial for her business, and if she uses some smoke and mirrors to spice it up? She doesn’t hurt anybody. Everyone else does it, too. Trolls might try to tell her she isn’t being authentic, but she’s tougher than they are. Her childhood gave her a thick skin.

Ellis Conrad dreams of becoming a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist. You know what she doesn’t dream of? Debunking politicians, local celebrities, and online influencers for the less-than-reputable site, 11th Commandment. But the truth is important, especially to Ellis, and besides, she really needs the money.

A chance meeting leaves Cherry and Ellis reeling from the unexpected intensity, and they both start to long for a different life, perhaps even one that includes each other. But when Ellis’ search for truth crashes into Cherry’s insta-filter world, do they have any hope at all of a happily ever after?

©2022 Georgia Beers (P)2022 Bold Strokes Books Inc
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Ohh sigh 🫶🏽

It not only talks about a real issue in our society, something that consumes us without stopping, but it does it with sweetness, and with the voice of Lula Larkin it is an extremely pleasant dose. The real cherry on top

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A great story!

I've read several Georgia Beers books & they've all been so good! This was yet another great one! Highly recommend!

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Not bad, but not my favorite

When I was four, I was 100% aware that my favorite TV character, a certain big purple dinosaur, was not real.
I lump social media influencers in with characters on shows and movies, they are actors, playing a part for entertainment purposes. I honestly don't get the big deal about them having parts of their lives they keep private or represent different from reality.
They don't owe the world every honest aspect of themselves. They are actors. Anyone over the age of 14 who doesn't realize that has personal issues they should probably work with a therapist or specialist on.
So it was hard for me to really care about the whole deception and #nofilter thing.
Also how was there no accountability for that super invasive an unethical article Ellis writes and publishes? Like...wow, so much more messed up than having a fake online gf, which hurts literally zero people.
Also, we didn't get enough back story on our main characters early enough, so it took me until halfway through to be invested. It was just like, three hours of listening to the main characters gush about their new crush and act like the phenomenon of having said crush was somehow revolutionary. Like, being shocked when they'd think about their crush in the context of the future as if that was somehow unheard of. As if people don't literally always do that with new crushes.
"Why am I even thinking this?!?!?!"
.... because you like her. Duh.

It wasn't a bad story, it was technically sound, I just didn't get that into it.
Personal preference maybe?

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Great new book

Written so well by Georgia Beers, it is fresh and we can relate to the MC and their story. Narrated very well by Lula Larkin.
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