Farrah Abraham Announces E-book Erotica-Trilogy “Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making” (VIDEO)
April Fools 2014 will officially go down as the best day of our life: the day Farrah Abraham announced her foray into X-rated sex novels. That's right friends, our favorite Backdoor Teen Mom has penned a trilogy of e-books called, Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making. Now, you might think that this series would be about Farrah herself, but nope! The protagonist is Fallon Opal (bow down to this flawless name), who seems to have a lot in common with Saint Abraham...
Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making
According to the description for Farrah's e-book (available for download on July 2, 2014), the novel will feature "hot sex," "a few thrills," and "a lot of tips and tricks." We're thinking it'll be amazing. Move over Fifty Shades of Grey!
“In The Making reveals the truth about ‘being in the limelight’ as a young celebrity,” Farrah tells RadarOnline.com. “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. 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.”
We can totally relate to the "underside" of being a reality TV star! But let's talk a little bit about Fallon Opal herself, shall we? "I’m like every other person out there: I want to be loved and I want to be happy," Farrah Fallon muses in the book's description.
"But in the words of my best friend, I have to kiss a few frogs along the way. That’s okay, I know what I want and I’m not afraid to go after it, to hell with what other people think. My name is Fallon Opal, and I’m not who everyone thinks I am."
Full body shivers, you guys. We cannot wait to read our copy of Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making, while simultaneously eating Farrah's pasta sauce, clutching her sex toys, and watching Backdoor Teen Mom. It's going to be an assault of the senses, in the best way possible. You know, unless this whole thing is actually an elaborate April Fool's joke (Farrah's tweets were a bit ambiguous), but we’re pretty sure this is happening.