From New York Times best selling author Cassia Leo comes a romance that combines politics with pleasure.
Larissa Jacobs' financial debt is climbing after a failed attempt at becoming the next big thing in Hollywood. After losing her job as a children's party entertainer, Larissa's roommate gets her a gig working for an escort service. Her first client is Senator Chase Underwood: hot, married, and the current presidential candidate.
Larissa and Chase will soon find out if his penchant for sexual domination will destroy his prospects of world domination. When her affair with Chase erupts in scandal, Larissa also finds herself being used as a pawn in Chase's bid for the presidency.
Will Larissa remain true to her promise to wait for Chase until the scandal has blown over? Will Chase finally put his love for Larissa before his career?
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Too fast pace.
I felt like I was running a marathon reading. It was too fast pace and I felt like the whole story was rushed and parts were missing. There is NO way that the relationship bloomed that quick.
An over embellished erotic romance. Not one of her best series.
Chase is a Senator and running to become President. He hires an escort who he pleasures in the back seat of his town car one night. The next day he takes Larissa to dinner after having sex with her. Chase selected her from a catalogue.
Stupid and irresponsible people do not make for an enjoyable erotic story. Do not try to sell me on the storyline that Larissa thought she could find true love by being an escort. Larissa is an immature character. Chase has money and power and thinks he can buy anything he wants and control people.
This story is not erotic, it's trashy. Where is the angst? Where is the connection? Where is the storyline?
The dialogue is raunchy. Larissa finally questions Chase about being married after having sex with him numerous times, but is afraid her name will get tainted in the papers by being seen with him in public.
Where is the rest of the story? One escort date and several sexual encounters later and they are in love. How? When? Did I miss a section of the story when they fell in love?
The only story that Cassia Leo wrote that I enjoyed was the Shattered Hearts series. All these erotic series are disappointing. They lack substance and are laughable. Corny story lines and an over embellished romance.