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Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite
He was just trying to do something fun, something interesting while he’s not working, but then things turned a little crazier than he ever anticipated. A Daddy Blog to combat the Mummy Blog of a fellow parent sounded great, but when fun turned to obsession … everything changed. Now Joel has been exposed for something entirely different, and he’s not quite sure how he feels about it. It’s one thing to live a fun and exciting sexual life in his home, but when Sylvia wants to take that life outside their home, there’s no telling what could happen next in The #BBC Pic by C.A. Greagen. After all, personal boundaries are made to be broken, aren’t they?
This is definitely a book about expanding your boundaries and trying new things. In a digital world, everything is online (unless it’s Taylor’s maybe). But that doesn’t mean that the truth is what’s being shared. There are plenty of interesting characters throughout this book, from the Mummy Blogger herself, Johanna, to Joel and Sylvia, to the rest of their friends and family who help turn the Daddy Blog into something else entirely. You never know what could happen next in The #BBC Pic by C.A. Greagen. There’s always something and you’ll be interested in checking out the next ‘episode’ in the series. Joel and Sylvia will have something up their sleeves, and with the exhibition just around the corner … there’s bound to be a few more surprises in store.