Escorted (Escorted #1) by Claire Kent

Book Description:

Published: December 15, 2012

She hired him to take her virginity…but now she wants even more.

Lori might be a popular romance writer, but she’s never been anything but a flop with sex and love in her personal life. Still a virgin at twenty-six and increasingly frustrated by her inexperience, she decides to take matters into her own hands. She hires a talented, sexy male escort to take care of her inconvenient virginity.

She assumes one time with Ander will be enough, but she never dreams how much pleasure he can make her feel. Once isn’t nearly enough. Twice isn’t enough either. Soon, she becomes one of his regular clients.

Lori knows that nothing would be as foolish as falling in love with her paid escort, but she’s never been wise with her heart. And, despite his professionalism, he doesn’t seem entirely immune either.

Review –

This is a story of a 27-year-old virgin who hires a professional escort to take her virginity but finds it’s not quite that simple.

Lori is very inexperienced when it comes to anything sexual. She’s not even good at making herself come. Thankfully being  romance writer is profitable so she can afford to pay the escort and she ends up doing so many many times.

The first time, they don’t have sex, just foreplay, so she schedules another session. The escort, Ander, has a full schedule but fits her in and thus starts  a “relationship” with her as a client.  He does take her virginity and teach her all they ways to please a man and all the ways a man can please her.

Over time she develops  a fondness, a love for him and unbeknownst to her Ander feels the same way.

Ander feels a connection to Lori after their first meeting and he never tells her that he never spends any of the cash she has given him for his services. Because of his feelings, he retires from his business and they decide to “date”. Later they use the thousands of dollars she gave him for his services for their engagement rings, wedding and honeymoon.

It was a good story and shows you can never tell a book by its cover and that we all have something to learn.




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