I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Debbie Doesn't Do It Anymore by Walter Mosley
Genres: Adult Fiction, Fiction
Debbie Dare is known around the world to millions of men…and yes women as the hot black woman, with the blonde hair and blue eyes that does it “all” sexually in the porn industry. It’s nothing to see her naked ass tooted up in the air taking it from all ends and all with a smile gracing her beautiful face. Yes, Debbie Dare is known as the black porn Queen. On one particular day while shooting a scene for her next flick…two things simultaneously happen at once. The first is she experiences the biggest orgasm she has ever had in her entire life. The orgasm is big enough to cause her to blackout. The second, while she was having that orgasm, her husband, a former porn star and film producer, Theon Pinkney was electrocuted in the tub and dies.
In the wake of Theon’s death, Debbie discovers that all the money she has made over the years, Theon had made some unwise investments leaving her broke. The bank is about to take her home, the cars and everything else. Not only that but apparently Theon was in debt with a loan shark that expects Debbie to pay the debt off. If not with money than by doing what she does best. The thing is after that orgasm and her husband’s death, Debbie wants out of the business. Debbie no longer wants to do “it” anymore. She wants a normal life, but the question is will she be able to obtain it? It feels as if the world is on her shoulders, and Debbie is not sure how much more she can take.
Debbie Doesn’t Do It Anymore by Walter Mosley was an interesting book to say the least. This book is not for anyone who shy away from the topic of sex, because it is very graphic and explicit. This is one book you do not want your teen reading. Mr. Mosley stepped out of the box with this novel and does a great job in weaving together an unforgettable story. However, in doing the things she has done, she makes the point that she is NOT ashamed of what she has done. This is a message that readers should get. It does not matter what you have done in life, or what others think of what you may have done or your profession, it pays the bills. It was a choice you made, the only one that has to live with it is you. Forget what anyone else thinks. When it all comes down to it, it is your life and the things you may have done, shapes you into the person you are bound to be tomorrow.
The only issues I had with the story, is that one detail could have been mentioned earlier in the novel, but was not mentioned until about halfway through and the other was the last part of the book seemed a bit rushed and could have been elaborated more in detail on. All-in-all this was a very good story!