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Among her clients are two New York senators who are the very officials voters have elected to make ...
Among her clients are two New York senators who are the very officials voters have elected to make decisions for others to abide by, yet these politicians play by a different set of rules, secretly paying top dollar for the forbidden girlfriend experience. But when a freaky client takes it too far; a pimp wants in on some of the action; and an escort gets greedy, the world of Money Watts is brought to a head.
Posted June 15, 2013
First, let me say, I usually don't pick books that are in the category "erotica" because I don't want to tempt myself too much. I wanted to read this one though because the story seemed like it was going to be awesome...AND IT WAS! Before I ever got to the story, I was intrigued because the author took the time to give some background on "the business". It helped me think differently as I read it.
The story line is flawless! It is refreshingly different from anything I have ever read. This was one that I read in a a few hours. I simply could not put it down. I fell in love with a couple of characters and I was absolutely floored at the way the story played out. I did NOT see some things coming.
P.E.B. is an exciting read that will certainly leave you begging for more. Well played Pynk...Well played...I'll just say...I don't wanna mess with Money Watts....
Posted March 10, 2013
As a Madam, Money Watts has seen a lot. Owning her own escort service, catering to the taste of some very high powered politicians, athletes and society notables comes with the ability to remain discreet. When lines are crossed and what's done in the dark starts to come to light, Money may just lose everything as she tries to hold it together.
First, let me say, if you have never read a book by Pynk, you are in for a treat. “Politics.Escorts.Blackmail.” feels researched and thought out. The story line flows and it contains enough action to keep the pages turning. The characters feel real and it is easy to become involved in the story and root for them to finally win. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a good book to read but caution those who have an issue with strong sexual content.
Reviewed by: Lashonda
Posted December 10, 2012
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Hold on to your chair because you are in for an insatiable treat.
This has to be one of the best books I have read in 2012…
Pynk takes us deep in the world of Lip Service; an Escort service ran by Madam Money Watts. We are also introduced to three escorts by the name of Leilani, Kemba (male escort), and Money’s sister, Midori. Each of these characters is dealing with the drama in their own personal life & the lives of their “companions”. That’s when excitement begins…
“Funny how the very people who make the laws are sometimes the ones who patronize the offense.”
When I read that line I knew I was in for a treat. This novel packs in everything from page-turning plot twists, drama, lies, sex, politics, and blackmail. Pynk does an excellent job giving each of her characters depth which made this book very satisfying to my soul. I had my opinions about Escorts, but after reading this book it made me think otherwise. While reading this book I felt as though I was a fly on the wall – having the pleasure of getting the inside scoop. Yes! I admit I'm NBN (Nosey by Nature).
I’m warning you now – clear your calendar for the day – because once you start reading this book, you won’t put it down until you are on the last page.
I highly recommend this book.
Posted December 6, 2012
Ever wanted to see inside the lives of high-paid escorts or the sex industry at all? Are you curious why so many celebrities and politicians get mixed up in sex scandals? This book is a very in-your-face look at this world, and all sides of it.
Yes, it's totally hot too! Plus there were things in it, even this sexually adventurous lady felt out of her comfort zone reading. It didn't take away from the exciting and interesting story that was unfolding, complete with a mystery of sorts. I just loved how it was all woven together.