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Elizabeth Ward is a personal concierge. Most of her clients are wealthy and privileged New Yorkers. When Elizabeth was hired by Grant Morgan to be his personal concierge, she couldn't help but drool and fantasize her new employer. Grant just screamed sexy. He was a well known New York attorney and womanizer. There was one rule that Elizabeth tried to follow: "Don't mix business with pleasure."
Luckily for Elizabeth, Grant didn't care for her rule. He wanted her and will go at all cost to get her. He didn't waste anytime flirting and dropping sexual innuendos when it came to Elizabeth. Grant desired her and as much as she tried to deny the sexual attraction, Grant Morgan consumed her thoughts. She couldn't escape fantasizing what it would be like to be with Grant. As a man who knows what he wants, he wasted no time in claiming Elizabeth. The number one rule Elizabeth had went out the window once Grant made his desires known.
Wow!! Grant and Elizabeth's sexual chemistry was just HOT and STEAMY!!! Like I said earlier, this is where I think Ms. Ingro needs to slap a warning label in her book since Grant Morgan will leaving you swooning and crying out for more Grant. That man seriously had me glued to my kindle. As for Elizabeth, you couldn't help but love her. Yes there are times she left you questioning her decisions, but her inner dialogues added a little fun and humor to the book. Elizabeth's independent spirit is shown throughout the book and you can't help admire how resilient she is.
What I love about this book is that story-line flowed at a natural pace. There was a never a dull moment in the book. Ms. Ingro will have her readers hooked. She really knows how to mix love, angst, steam, humor, and romance all in Love, Your Concierge. I loved that Ms. Ingro brought a taste of New York in this book. I thought she did a great job in her descriptions from fancy apartments, high-end fashion, and of course the famous Waldorf-Astoria hotel. It brought back memories of the time I was living in New York and made me miss NYC.
Overall, I loved Love, Your Concierge. Besides the fact that I love Elizabeth and Grant but I also loved the secondary characters, Maya and Travis. The secondary characters were important to the storyline but didn't overshadow Grant and Elizabeth's story. I absolutely loved Maya and Travis. They were so supportive and great friends. As for the epilogue, Ms. Ingro made me cry. I didn't expect to tear up at the epilogue but I did. It was a mixture of happy and sad tears. I can't help but get emotional whenever a scene involves a mother/daughter especially that scene in the epilogue since it brought back memories of my mom. Love, Your Concierge is my absolute favorite book from Ms. Ingro and I can't wait to read more of her books. I want to thank Ms. Ingro for this fabulous story and for letting us into the lives of Elizabeth, Grant, Maya and Travis. Would I recommend this book? ***BIG FAT YES*** Ms. Ingro, I think I'm in love with Grant Morgan so please tell me there is going to be another book for Grant or Travis. <3
Style: Contemporary Romance
Intimacy level: Sex-citingly FUN / GOOD
Ex-cel-lent storytelling and conveying of the characters to the reader, loved it . I didn't feel like skipping a page or felt like I wanted to get to the end to get it over with. I was really enthralled with the story and built up of Grant and Elizabeth.
Before they even spoke to each other or was formally introduced, the scene in the club and their chemistry was a sure good sign of things to come. This felt like a harlequin Present read for me, which I love, but taken to levels much higher. So I would say, if you are a fan of the Harlequin Present books, then you will have an idea of the rich guy, poor girl theme and appreciate this read. Grant was so cocky and I loved it. His attitude throughout the first part of the story gave the story that excitement for me, especially when interacting with Elizabeth. Elizabeth was a good read for me. She is a concierge with a list of clients and doesn't mix business with pleasure, until Grant. I love her p.o.v moments, seeing her get giddy, seeing her excited and seeing her fall in love.
I sound so corny right now, but their ending was soooooo gosh darn sweet. I loved it, I love following their journey and the work the author put into this book made it worth the read for me.
I have to admit though, for me, once Grant, got bitten by the love bug, a bit of that cockiness and some of his mucho demeanor went away, a little disappointing. However, he made of for them with those texts he sent to Elizabeth. Also, I love the supporting characters that made this read a good one as well.
Overall, a good read, definitely a keeper for your kindle/bookshelf.
"You don't?" I asked, not quite following along. *I get she's not following along by the fact that she just asked the question*
"No, I'm a man. And men do not gossip like little girls about our lives." *To say 'I'm a man" isn't necessary, and neither is "about our lives"*
Huh. Well that was disappointing. So much for the myth about locker room talk between men.
"So, like in the locker room, you guys don't snap towels at each other, compare size, and talk about your conquests?" *She JUST said that it debunked the myth about the locker room. Either have it be part of the internal dialogue, or part of the actual dialogue. It's completely unnecessary and awkward to have it be in both. *
I have to admit, I was a little shocked that there were multiple beta readers and an editor. I kept thinking, SHOW me, don't TELL me. If you write your characters non-verbals strong enough, you don't have to tell me that angst was seeping from every pore. I got that when you described his body language. And I felt like Elizabeth's character was a little confused. She has a casual, friends with benefits thing going on with Matt, but she freaks out when she feels like Grant is only about the sex. Then later in the book, she makes some comment about she can't stand it when people tell her what to do. But she's in customer service. She's a concierge. Her entire career is based on people telling her what to do. And another time, she gives advice to someone about not freaking out about a guy, or how she's not the kind of woman who does that. Except she did do that. That's the kind of stuff that I expect an editor or beta reader to point out, to make sure the character is consistent. And what disappointed me is that the premise was a really good one. It's a twist on the rich man/poor girl story that I hadn't seen yet. And Elizabeth had glimpses of a feistiness that I love in a main character. The love scenes were well written, and that's not easy to do. And I know, I know, this is reading like a one star review, but I just really wanted to give the author some honest feedback from someone who SO wanted to love this book. I liked it, and I'm not upset that I spent .99 on it, but I don't see myself rereading this one.