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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1519798318
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- Publication Date: December 7, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B019415K0K
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This book has a really intriguing plot: what if a well connected political figure makes an arrangement with a high priced escort and essentially "buys" her services for three months: just sex, no relationship. Now we all know where this road is going, the couple, in spite of knowing the deal going into the relationship falls in love. But the thing is, I couldn't figure when or even if they fell in love. A few times they mentioned they thought they might be falling, but no one ever says the four letter word. And they fall in love based on what? 90% of their relationship was sex. Admittedly it was hot sex, but hot sex can't sustain a relationship. So while I do believe that people can change their life's course for love, given the plot in this story, I was not convinced these characters would make that move.
The book is an easy read, but the characters were inconsistent. The heroine is depicted as strong and independent but then she basically let's the hero treat her like a whore, albeit a high priced one. I wasn't sure I liked the hero, he seemed like a self centered douche in some parts of the book. I also thought the ending was unrealistic and it kind of left the reader hanging. I can't tell if this book is setting us up for a sequel or not and if it is, I'm not sure I'd buy it.
However, I loved the Almato brothers series so I will eagerly await the next book in that series.
“John” is part of a DC dynasty. He wanted Camille ever since he first laid eyes on her and made it a point to make her his. Camille knows her time is limited in DC and has made precautions to keep herself safe from the powerful men there. She just doesn’t realize how much those precautions will come into play in her deal with John.
I really liked this book. It was romance but it also had a little romantic suspense in the story which I really like. I like books where the female has an unconventional job and Camille was an escort with morals if that is a thing. I also like how even though we got John’s perspective in the book, his true identity was hidden for a good part of the book. I won’t reveal his real name in this review because I really think guessing who he was enhanced the reading experience.
If you haven’t read any of Winter Renshaw’s books this is a really good one to start with. 4.5 Stars!!
Ronan is completely obsessed with Camille, but being the President’s son comes with complications. He’s not in a position where he can trust women, so he buys Camille for three months. Camille is an expensive escort in the Washington area. She is blindfolded for their times together and has no idea who Ronan is. The more time they spend together, the closer they get. It’s only a matter of time before his identity is revealed.
Over all I liked the story, but I wish we were told more about the tell all and how it damaged Busy. That woman was something, and not a good something. It just kinda ended and I would have liked a little more happy ending at the ending.
He definitely seems to be younger than the men she is usually passed around, with a softer touch, sweeter lips and needs that are much fiercer. He says that the blindfold is to protect her from danger, but is he hiding something that puts her life at risk or is he just a major control freak.
Favorite Quote: "The fantasy is always better than the reality."
**Complimentary Copy provided by Author for an honest review, but so good that I bought my own copy of it for my library.**
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