Review: Tease (Tease #1) by Missy Johnson

Synopsis:

*****This book contains scenes of a sexual nature. Genre: Erotica*****

Male escort.

That got your attention.

Some of the most powerful and well known women in the country pay to have sex with me, some of them married. Some are into more than just straight sex, which is why they call me. Bondage, power play, submission…nothing is off the table. I will do anything for the right price.

The stories I could tell you about a certain high profile congresswoman, or that innocent blonde actress. Trust me, she’s not so innocent.

Guys would kill for my job. I’m living the fucking dream. Meaningless sex, no relationship hang-ups and I’m rolling in the dough. Life is perfect, just the way it is.

Until I meet her.

She changes everything.

She makes me want more than I’ve ever wanted for myself and she believes in me. But she also thinks I sell insurance. I can’t stop what I do, but I can’t give her up.

Eventually, my two worlds are going to collide and when they do, shit will hit the fan.

 

Review:

“My name’s Liam Cooper, but most people just call me Coop. There are two things you should know about me. One, I’m a male escort and two; I’m damn good at my job”.

“Women who say size isn’t important are usually lying – if it wasn’t important they wouldn’t be seeing me on the side or investing in industrial sized dildos”.

Wow, with content like that there was no way I wouldn’t enjoy this book!

Coop has been an escort for right years, he’d quit but he can’t afford to, his Mum has expensive medical bills. He’s fortunate that his client base is mostly made up of celebrities, the wealthy and discreet. He has a pretty good life, or so he thinks, until he meets Mia again. Mia is his childhood crush, his sisters best friend, he hasn’t seen her since he was fifteen but he still loves her. She’s fresh from a divorce and hesitant to get into a relationship and he’s in the wrong job and can’t quit. Only two people aside from his clients know what he does, and neither of them are family. He lives a secret life.

Coop is a pretty good guy deep down, despite the job, he looks out for his clients (some of whom have weird and wonderful tastes), loves his family and just wants to do right by everyone. He’s been badly treated by love in the past, and it makes him untrusting of love and relationships.

It’s a really good book, but then about two thirds of the way in there’s a heck of a shocker, and it becomes a great book. I won’t spoil it for you, but boy, I never saw that coming literally till it happened!

Very entertaining and enjoyable read I’d be happy to recommend.

(Five stars – Helen)

This book was purchased by the reviewer.

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