Lawful Escort

Lawful Escort
by Tina Folsom
Published 2010 by Smashwords
154 pages. E-book.
Rating: 4/5

Synopsis
When Daniel has to travel to San Francisco and needs an escort for a social event, the beautiful Sabrina shows up at his doorstep. Little does he know that she’s not an escort. Their encounter quickly turns steamy until lies threaten to destroy their passionate encounters.

Review
After reading A Touch of Greek, I had to read more from Tina Folsom. I really love the way she blends plot, character, and steamy romance. No element overpowers the others. They all work together to create a nice, romantic story.

Sabrina and Daniel are extermemly likable characters. Daniel is a very confident person and it’s really one of his best qualities. Of course, it’s probably not difficult to be confident when you’re rich and gorgeous. Still there’s something about his personality that puts Sabrina (and the reader) at ease. He’s just an easy person to be around. Sabrina is not as confident. She’s out of her comfort zone with Daniel. She proves herself pretty well at the business dinner, and eventually becomes more comfortable with Daniel.

The twisting plot and scheming of their two best friends makes things much more interesting. So many links show up connecting these two. It seems they were bound to find each other somehow. The transformation from their one night together to something more is what really turns the story into something sweet. Yes, there are plenty of steamy moments that aren’t for the kids, but there are also some very tender moments that made me love the story and the relationship between the two characters.

Prude Filter: This book contains explicit sexual content. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18.

P.S. There’s a different cover for this book on Smashwords. I’m not sure which one is the final cover. I imagine it’s the one on Goodreads and Amazon. Either way, I thought I’d show you guys the other cover. It’s pretty racy.

Source: Purchased
Author’s website: http://www.tinawritesromance.com/
Purchase this book: Smashwords | Amazon

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