This is a standalone audiobook without a cliffhanger. The remaining books in the series can be heard in any order.
Being a professional escort comes with its vices. To keep women from getting too clingy, stop them from dropping their panties, and silence them before they can blurt the L word, Rhett has made certain rules. He never breaks them.
1. No Kissing.
2. No Feelings.
3. And definitely, absolutely, no sex.
But when Aspen, a beautiful brunette, hires him to help repair her image to her family, things get complicated. Rhett's never had a problem separating work from pleasure. But now work and pleasure seem to be one and the same.
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I may read it again but I won't listen to it again. I had a hard time picturing this good looking man who works as an escort with that voice. It didn't work for me.
Other than that, the book was good. I had to work for it but I could feel their connection and bond. I think the book was well written. I did notice a few inconsistencies in the book but it was overall a good book.
I enjoyed the fact that I could feel the bond between the two of them.
Laura Jennings did a good job as the heroine of this book. I think Michael Ferraiuolo wasn't a good choice for the hero. He needed to sound more masculine and less feminine. He sounded too much like a gay man (not that that is a bad thing) with very feminine pronunciation and soft voice for him to be portraying his character. I do think he would be a good narrator for other books, but just not this one.
Storyline unbelievable - narrator has an extremely annoying voice. Sex scenes awkward. I would not recommend this audiobook.