Farrah Abraham has just announced a new erotic romance trilogy. You cannot make this stuff up. Its title? Celebrity Sex Tape. We are dead serious.
The novels are loosely based on Abraham’s own rise to stardom and the recent scandal that put the Teen Mom under intense public scrutiny in 2013.
By "scandal," the publisher means the Farrah Abraham porn movie she signed up to do and tried to pass off as a leaked private sex tape. Just FYI.
Book One: In The Making is due out in July 2014. Cannot. WAIT.
“In The Making reveals the truth about ‘being in the limelight’ as a young celebrity,” Abraham says. “Writing this series was like therapy for me."
"Fallon’s story follows what I’ve gone through recently, much of it witnessed and misunderstood by the public," she adds, seemingly without irony.
"Book One is an entertaining and sexually charged novel, but it’s also an inside look at the underside of being a reality TV star that everyone else can relate to.”
Girl knows a thing or two about the underside, no question about it.
Previously, the Teen Mom star has released a New York Times bestseller, memoir My Teenage Dream Ended, which sold more than 500,000 copies.
More recently, Abraham was a cast member on VH1 Couples Therapy, where she lied about being drugged and raped while promoting her sex tape.
In The Making introduces readers to budding celeb Fallon Opal.
When rumors begin circulating that Fallon has a sex tape, scandal erupts and the world’s top media outlets are on the hunt for a story relentlessly.
Sound familiar? Where did she come up with that plot ...
Millions of people want to know the details, and the whirlwind sweeps Fallon into a struggle between living her own life and delivering what “they” expect.
But Fallon isn’t all she appears to be. Her lonely lifestyle has led to a dirty mind and she aches for a human touch, time and time again. Deep stuff.
Celebrity Sex Tape is being released by Ellora’s Cave, the world’s first and foremost publisher of erotic romance. Will you be picking up a copy?!
Classic Farrah Abraham quotes we hope to see in the books: