- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2543 KB
- Print Length: 285 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: AMT Publishing (26 Jan. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RNGO0ZA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #98,365 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sage's life certainly isn't going to plan. With bills pilling up and the threat of eviction looming over her head she's in desperate need of money with no one to turn to. With her family back home in Indiana and still angry with her about moving to New York with her now ex-boyfriend and his daughter, she has no one to ask for help. Now living in the apartment she once shared with her ex, trying to pay the rent she used to share is proving difficult - especially with her crappy job.
Searching for another job hasn't been easy so when she spots an ad for a masseuse job she calls for an interview thinking she can use the small amount of training she did in the past to get the job and work there until something better comes along. But at the interview she soon learns that it isn't a luxury day spa but in fact a VIP escort service for men who either don't have the time or the patience to find a women to take care of his needs. She quickly gets away but takes the business card offered if she changes her mind.
Determined to never lower herself to that level Sage continues her search but when she loses her current job and has to resort to stealing hotel buffet food and using café Wi-Fi to job search that business card is looking pretty tempting. With no other options Sage accepts the job, comforted by the fact she'll only ever be with one man until he no longer requires the service - she can almost pretend she's having a casual affair with the guy...except he's paying her.
Jackson Stone is a man who always gets his way.Read more ›
The fairytale feel of the book was played out well, with characters that were easy to like in some cases straight of the bat and others that set your teeth on edge initially but through much coaxing and persuasion find their way to fulfil everything you hope and wish from them.
Life has treated Sage to a sea of misery that is just about ready to engulf her, moving from a family that could barely be described as normal, she moved in with her sorry excuse of a boyfriend until she caught him in the act with the next door neighbour. Misery loves company so they say, well they were best friends in Sage’s life because she had little to be cheerful about – no home, no money and to complete the trilogy, she loses her job. So all alone with nothing and no-one to her name, she has little left to hold on to.
Needs must, and with no options open to her, she applies for a new job, not one that she really wants to do because it she has no desire to sell herself to pay her way in the world but with limited choices she takes the role. The only saving grace was the fact that she would be allocated her own client – one and only one that she can walk away from if she wants.
So who does she get, well let’s just say that he wouldn’t win any popularity contests. Jackson Stone may have millions in the bank but that is all that matters to him, relationships are a no go area – he will put no effort into something that only matters to those who look from the outside in – he is expected to take a partner to events etc., so Jackson pays to have a woman at his beck and call for not just the social niceties but to service his physical needs.Read more ›
Sage, strange name but a very strong character. I liked how she was a bit sassy and protected herself from Jackson. She hated doing what she was doing, but she felt there was no alternative for her. The fact that she was still applying for jobs, gave me hope that she wouldn’t be doing this forever. Silly really because the ending/outcome was always going to be a HEA!
Jackson wanted to be the one in control, the one who had no heart and feelings. Yet he couldn’t help feeling something towards a very nervous Sage right at their first meeting. He was a grade A but that actually made him more likeable. He wasn’t cruel as such but he was a speak before thinking kind of guy. Actually most guys are lol
I liked his idea of a lunch date….I bet female readers are going OMG how could he even say or think that. Whereas I’m going YEY he’s my bestie lmao
Anyhoo, Ms Tribue, this is the first book of yours that I have read and I’m hoping it won’t be the last.
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FAB! FAB!! read. I've re-read this book a couple of times because it was really good. I loved the banter and how Jackson changed gradually and fell in love!Published 4 months ago by Spotfree
I am always looking for a new book to read, have found that there are too many books at the moment that are the same. Read morePublished 15 months ago by margaret walsh
Amazing read beautifully written and created read it in one sitting brought it off ibooks loved the character's and there story loved there chemistry! Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bookgirl (caz)
Good story line, well written. Sexy romance. Will certainly be looking for her other books. Loved it.Published 17 months ago by Arlene Jones
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I loved this book so much. It was a great story line that had a fairytale feel to it, but also reminded me of the film Pretty Women, which in it self is very fairytale like. Read morePublished 18 months ago by kimberley howlett