- File Size: 2005 KB
- Print Length: 308 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ivy Lane Media, LLC (October 9, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 9, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015IGKFVY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #534,823 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Coralie Cabot is living a life dictated by her family. She is a square peg trying her hardest to fit in that round hole but no matter how hard she tries, she just simply wants more. Deciding to throw caution to the wind, she hires an escort to make her feel wanted, desired and sexy. The very handsome Devlin Masters is the one Coralie picks for a week away in Vegas for a spur of the moment wedding that her best friend needs before the spectacle of her family wedding drives her insane. And so the sparks start to fly.
Oh wow. What starts as just a job becomes so much more. Even more than I had expected truth be told. The whirlwind romance that begins to develop between Devlin and Coralie takes both of them by surprise. Yet their chemistry, their passion for each other is undeniable and when the well-worn shells each wears to cover up their true feelings start to crumble, that is when the action really begins and the journey that unfolds will have you begging for more.
This is book one in the series and thankfully Ginger Voight doesn't make us wait too long for the next installment.
This is a love story you will not want to miss! Clearly one of the author's best hands down.
A solid 5 stars!!
My first impulse after finishing this book was to rate 2 stars as I usually round down when I want to give half a star. I can't really say I enjoyed it. Most of the time I struggled to get through it and I found myself skimming whole passages. Then, I took a few minutes to ponder some more and came to this conclusion: technically, the book per se wasn't half bad. Nice writing (albeit very strangely formatted, though I figure that was just the ARC version I received), well characterized protagonists, a decent plot.
I'm just not into chick lit. I really couldn't care less about some privileged high-class chick's weight problems and her best friend's huge-ass wedding.
I felt like 50% of this book is spent dress shopping, talking about dress shopping or about what an ordeal it is for a plus size girl to go dress shopping. Another 25% is spent drinking champagne and hashtagging.
There were things I liked in this book, though, hence the 2.5 stars. Devlin was a dirty-talking, alpha hottie, but a nice one. I loved him. CC had a few lucid moments aswell. The way she stood up against her father was cool. I liked Lucy, too, when she wasn't whining about her wedding. She and Gus together were totally sweet. The sexy scenes were well-written and pretty hot. The premise was intriguing - I seem to have a little thing for the escort/ callboy hero trope. Now and then, I even enjoyed the detailed descriptions of some of the dresses. Just not all the time and with every damn piece of clothing she lays her eyes on.
Which brings me to my dislikes. Too much description of clothes and surroundings! Repetitive writing (there were certain idioms that kept showing up - Devlin's 'hardening body' (what?); 'I/he/she couldn't ... if I/he/she wanted'; and, most annoyingly, CC's 'traffick-stopping tits'). The far too quickly developing love story - quite ridiculous, really. I hated all the hashtags. What was the point of that? And, of course, the whole chick lit-typical themes and tone.
All in all, this book just wasn't my cuppa.
Had I known this is chick lit, I wouldn't have read it. But I guess you can't fault a genre for being what it is, so that didn't influence my rating.
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