Overview

Nina is a successful advertising copywriter in New York who has it all, career and family. Then she happens to sight porn star Chase Manhattan on her son’s video and life takes on a new direction. Her Creative Director hires Chase to star in a new fragrance commercial and soon Nina has left her career and family for her new love. She finds herself in the porn industry being hounded by a larger than life drag queen director. From there on, life gets even more interesting. ...
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Never Eat In

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Overview

Nina is a successful advertising copywriter in New York who has it all, career and family. Then she happens to sight porn star Chase Manhattan on her son’s video and life takes on a new direction. Her Creative Director hires Chase to star in a new fragrance commercial and soon Nina has left her career and family for her new love. She finds herself in the porn industry being hounded by a larger than life drag queen director. From there on, life gets even more interesting.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780985557560
  • Publisher: White Lake Press
  • Publication date: 9/25/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 287
  • File size: 776 KB

Meet the Author

David Leddick is an author and an actor. He has had 20 books published: many photography books on the male nude as well as 6 novels. A recent book on Miami Beach has been very successful. His newest books are Escorts: 40 profiles of men who sell sex" and 2 novels " I don't Kiss" and "Love in the Loire"
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2004

    Inplausible plot

    I'm a fan of David Leddick and loved his previous works (My Worst Date etc.). Unfortunately, I found 'Never Eat In' to be a little hard to swallow. For a working woman, who is both a wife and mother to become obsessed and then find true love with a bisexual porn star seemed a little hard to swallow. I didn't find that Nina had any redeeming values or qualities to make the reader pull for her. She's not around much for her 15-year old son (and doesn't even talk with him about finding the porn video under his bed). She encourages unsafe sex with Graham (the bisexual porn star) and she herself becomes involved in making porn too. Has no problem with Graham sleeping with others off and on the job. I could never get a feeling as to why the devastatingly handsome Graham/Chase easily and quickly fell for Nina's character. Liking the same book didn't seem like a good enough reason. She doesn't come across as having any depth other than an obsessive lust for the much younger man. In the end everything becomes wrapped up too perfect. Graham is excited when he finds out Nina is pregnant even though she told Graham she was on the pill. They decide to marry once Nina gets her divorce. Nina gets Graham a job that he is not qualified for. Nina's husband and son have no problems with her relationship with Graham. There seems to be no consequences to the unhealthy actions/choices that Nina makes. Everything seems to be tied up in a neat package and they live happily ever after. On the flip side, David Leddick's My Worst Date - for the lead (16-year old Hugo), the characters and story were more realistic and didn't end with a fairy tale ending. You could feel the emotion and journey of those characters. I was disappointed in 'Never Eat In', but will continue to look forward to Leddick's future works.

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