Thursday, October 9

Late Call by Emma Hart

She’s a high class call girl. He’s taking over his father’s business. 

Seven years ago, they fell in love in Paris. 

They walked away at the end of the summer, never imagining they’d meet again.

Now he’s her client. 

We fell in love the way you jump from a cliff. Hard and fast with a reckless sense of abandon. The six weeks we spent together changed my life, but at seventeen, I was naive. I was a dreamer. A believer.

Now I’m twenty-four and cynical. I don’t believe in love. There’s no place for such emotions as a high class escort. The only things I’m allowed to feel are physical – and that’s why it’s so damn hard when the client of a last minute job turns out to be the man I left in France seven years ago. When he buys me for six weeks at triple my rate, my agent makes it clear I have no choice but to take the job despite our previous relationship. And my heart makes it very clear I have to stay firmly on top of the cliff this time.

Because for six weeks, I once again belong to Aaron Stone.

Being my first EH read, I didn't have too much expectations regarding this book except that the blurb intrigued me like no other. And I was glad that I did pick this up because woah! What an awesome, awesome read.

I started out a bit apprehensive because like the lesser mortal that I am, I wasn't too fond of the call girl situation. I did judge Dayton but the fact tht she had a previous history with Aaron helped lessened my prejudices somehow.

The best thing about this book was the writing though. It was fast, witty, and downright engaging. Too engaging as I read this book in one night (and woke up the following day with swollen eyes from all the crying). Pull out a chair, everyone, and make way for my newest favourite author.

And that cliffhanger ending though. Like, woah! I didn't see that coming. Good thing I have the second book all saved for another loved-up reading session with Day and Aaron. Otherwise, I wouldn't have survived the waiting. Not even to post this review.

Final verdict: 9/10. Great read.


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