Cam Boy (Murmur Inc. #3) by Quinn Anderson Review

Cam Boy (Murmur Inc. #3)

After years of making minimum wage, college dropout Josh Clemmons may have found his salvation. Murmur Inc., a local adult entertainment company, is hosting auditions for new performers, and Josh has been invited to try out. If he can make it as a porn star, he can kiss his money troubles goodbye.

Mike Harwood is a loud-and-proud professional adult entertainer. In the past three years, he’s starred in dozens of films, and he’s very good at what he does. But as focused as he’s been on work, he’s neglected everything else, including his love life. He’s so used to faking attraction, he can no longer tell when something real is staring him in the face.

Josh gets the job, but when porn fails to live up to the fantasy, he quits to do cam work instead. But he can’t stop thinking about the one scene he filmed, and the captivating man he filmed it with. Their chemistry is undeniable, but Mike knows better than to mix business with pleasure. Then again, with true love on the line, this unorthodox office romance may need a second take.


I was struggling a bit with this book. The first two books in this series I felt were kinda light. This book was a little too serious.

With the whole HIV scare. I’m all for realistic things happening. But, I wish that would have been said in the synopsis. I even reread the synopsis to see if I missed anything. Also too… other things I feel carried on over from book 2 (Action) in this series.

The internal dialogue was in issue for me in that book. And I feel carried on over into this book. I also wasn’t feeling Colette in this book either.

I didn’t enjoy Josh’s first time in front of the camera. I thought it was extremely cold. Yes, I know this book is trying to keep it real. But, I wanted a little fantasy in it to. I was feeling Mike in the beginning…. but after that scene…. he came off as a jerk to me.

As I read on… I just wasn’t falling in love with this book. It was just ok. The sex between them was hot. But… idk. I just wasn’t feeling them as a couple. It felt more business like between them.

*ARC provided by Riptide Publishing via Netgalley*


Quinn Anderson earned a Master’s degree from the University of Dublin in Ireland and is also a University of Florida alumna with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She began writing books, poetry, and fan fiction at 14 years of age and was first published at 19. Her favourite authors include J.K. Rowling, Gail Carson Levine, Libba Bray, Tamorra Pierce, and T.A. Barron. A nerd extraordinaire, Quinn gets ideas from video games, anime, comic books, card games on motorcycles, and tabletop games. Quinn’s favourite thing to write is witty dialogue, and her favourite thing to read is a slow burn.

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