Bullied and battered as a child, Kate Matthews grows up and transforms herself into beautiful and confident, Brandy Alexander, a sexy, high-class call girl. With a select number of rich and successful clients and a jaw dropping income, Kate feels like she’s living her dream being desired and bedded by some of Australia’s most powerful and influential men. But she has one rule. Don’t fall in love. Except the more time she spends with her favorite client Blaine Waymann, the more she fears he might be the one man who could topple the perfect world she’s built.
Billionaire philanthropist Blaine Waymann is determined to break Kate’s rule. He wants exclusive rights to Brandy and Kate, in bed and out, and is willing to risk everything to win her body and her trust. But when Kate starts opening her heart to Blaine, she faces an agonizing decision. Run like she always does, or stay with the man she not only lusts after, but loves.
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This book was very interesting. It kept my interest the whole book. I can’t wait to read more from this author.
"Pretty Woman" type story
"Lady in Red" by Mel Teshco is the story of Kate Matthews and Blaine Waymann.
Kate was battered and bullied growing up. She transforms herself into a high class escort, "call girl", known as "Brandy Alexander". The most important rule Kate has to follow is "don't fall in love with a client."
Blaine is a billionaire who is one of Kate's favorite clients. He wants exclusive rights to her, "Brandy". Kate doesn't want to be put in a position to where she is dependent on one person. She wants to maintain control. Blaine is willing to go to extremes to try to convince "Brandy" to allow him exclusive rights to her. Will Kate, "Brandy", take a risk with Blaine? Is Blaine really willing to go to any extremes to convince Kate, "Brandy"?
This is a spicy and steamy read. The story line is very similar to the movie "Pretty Woman". Along the way there were a few surprises. Not everything was as it seemed. FYI, contains mature content.
I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review.
Not the best...
Storyline was a bit weak....I lost interest before chapter 2. But not the worst I’ve read.