- File Size: 9583 KB
- Print Length: 92 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075FXDWMS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #514,357 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Escorting the Escort Kindle Edition
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4.2 stars out of 5
I liked how sweet and erotic this book is. I read a lot of short fiction and while I enjoy a full-length novel, I really adore short fiction. Everything was great and I loved Greer and Eden. They complimented each other well and it makes me feel bubbly and loved up.
It moved fast, as shorter stories tended to do, and it dragged me away from being fully immersed at times. Not a big issue, but I like my sweet reads to be a bit slow, sweet, and hot.
Also, the two of them fit together so well that there were some moments that I felt it was too good to be true. This is why I rated this book like so - 4.2 stars. I see so much potential for this book that I know Greer and Eden's story will be better told in a novel. If this was 20k words longer, then I know I'd have been completely satisfied.
Much love for this one. Read this if you love beautiful men and sweet tatted cuties. You'll adore Greer as much as Eden does, trust me.
I can’t believe the story was developed in only a week. I feel amazed by how much I got to care for the relationship in such short time. I prefer slow burn stories, but I think this was very well made as a point where I didn’t realize it was only a week. It didn’t felt rushed or forced.
I liked Eden a lot, I loved his name. He was a good character. I had a little bit of trouble with him at the beginning because of the way he treated Greer, but that attitude didn’t last long so I did liked him in the end. Greer was a little bit of a struggle for me, sure he was nice and very sweet but maybe that was the problem. I guess he was a too much of everything, too kind, too nice, too sweet. I’m not always ok with that much perfection. He did have a few flaws but nothing too important.
Their relationship was great. I liked Eden’s point of view the most, maybe because in Greer’s case it kind of feel more lust than anything. I think the relationship had enough time to grow and what it might be lust at the beginning it transform in something else. I liked the fact that none of them try to change the other, they accept each other just as they were and that was just great. The plot was very interesting but I found myself rushing through the moments when the spotlight was on Greer and slowing down my reading pace whenever the story told was about Eden.
I’m not a big fan of cross-dressing, but there was something about how the scenes were made that not only didn’t feel uncomfortable, but I really got to enjoyed them a lot. Overall this was a very interesting book.
ARC provided in exchange of an honest review. Book reviewed for Gay Book Reviews
He does not get off on the right foot with his new driver, Greer. Greer is a leaner, scrapper type than he is used to and he has no faith in Greer's ability to protect him from anyone. He lets that show and Greer immediately takes offense.
Their working relationship is tense and snarky but the still in the closet bisexual Greer soon finds himself more than a little interested in Eden.
Things happen, emotions flare, attractions take over and voila, we have a firm HFN story.
Lyssa Dering's storytelling has a nice flow and is very readable. Great story leaving me wanting to know more about the main characters. Great job!
I also liked that Greer accepted Eden for who he was. He might not like the requirements of Eden's job, but he didn't pressure Eden to quit. Greer clearly wants whatever's best for Eden, and is willing to do whatever he needs to do in order to ensure it. He recognized that sex and intimacy aren't the same thing, and that what Eden needed from him is that foundational knowledge that Greer knows Eden, accepts him, and loves him.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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