"Hypnotically romantic…this book reads like a sensual dream and I didn't want to wake up." - Tessa Bailey, New York Times bestselling author
Escort, a sexy new contemporary romance standalone from New York Times bestselling author Skye Warren is now LIVE!
There is no shame in pleasure. And no love in business.
I have a blind date tonight, and I know with 100% certainty that I'm getting lucky. There shouldn't be any surprises, not for one as jaded as me, but when I walk into the penthouse suite of L'Etoile, everything changes.
1) For one thing, Bea is heartstoppingly gorgeous. Pale green eyes and endless freckles. Curves I want to spend all night exploring, as if her body was made for me.
2) Her innocence makes me want to use my entire inventory of bedroom tricks on her and then invent a few more.
3) Except that . . . she's a virgin.
I can initiate her into the world of desire without letting her get attached, can't I? A few hours of tutoring, and at the end of the night a small fortune will be deposited into my bank account.
Yes, you read that right. There are many words for what I do. After all, mine is the oldest profession. I'm an escort, which means this date is nothing more than a mutually enjoyable transaction.
But once I realize one night with her won't be enough, I'm the one who's screwed.
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
I was pleasantly surprised with this book. I didn't know what to expect because I signed up to review the book before the blurb was revealed and I was a little hesitant to read it since I didn't want to see Hugo sleeping with many other women after he did what he did with the heroine. Here is a little spoiler for you. After his first encounter with Bea Hugo doesn't have sex with another woman, which was great for me and the author who got a 4.5-star review instead of one with a 1 or 2-star rating depending on what she wrote. Hugo is a good man if you ask me. He might have been a little too bent on getting his revenge, but in the end, he proved that he was a good hero. Bea is also a good character. I liked her. She and Hugo had chemistry and they clicked for me as a couple. I would have liked it if the book had been longer since I wanted and I still want to see more of the life of these characters. To be fair the book was good as it was and I wouldn't change a thing. Give it a chance. I especially loved how Hugo and Bea took some time to get to know each other (and pretty much everything about their relationship).