When Daniel has to travel to San Francisco and needs an escort for a social event, the beautiful Sabrina shows up on his doorstep. Little does he know that she's not an escort. Their encounter quickly turns steamy until lies threaten to destroy their passionate affair.
I just don't get the premise of this book. (Which really confuses me why I picked it up in the first place...but I did.)
I mean, why would a lawyer like Sabrina take on her friend's gig as an escort? If one's friend is really on a tight bind, of course, you would want to help. But in her case, it wasn't the very best decision because it could really bite her in the ass sometime in the future, career-wise. And I think it was rather rash of Daniel to decide to want an escort for the event that he went right after he broke up with his girlfriend. He could've met someone there much better than his cheating girlfriend...although it would have rebound written all over it.
The only consolation in this book was I liked Tina Folsom's writing. Great narration, good storytelling, and she made the characters still interesting enough despite my earlier apprehensions.
So if the first part of the story wouldn't bother you, I'd say this was a good, quick read.
Final verdict: 6/10. Okay read.