When Noelle hires an escort to accompany her to a charity event, it's merely to show her ex that's she's moved on. Yet she gets more than she bargained for when Dane is assigned to accompany her. Tall, dark, and handsome, he knows how to arouse jealousy.
He also knows how to arouse her!
About the Author
When taking the Myers-Briggs personality test in high school, Kimberly Dean was rated as an INFJ (Introverted-Intuitive-Feeling-Judging). This result sent her into a panic, because there were no career paths recommended for the type. Fortunately, it turned out to be well suited to a writing career. Since receiving that dismal outlook, Kimberly has become an award-winning author of romance and erotica. When not writing, she enjoys movies, sports, traveling, music, and sunshine. Follow Kimberly on her website https://kimberlydean.com and on Twitter @KDean_writer.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Fast, Fun & Easily Pulls Your Attention To The Characters In A Flirty Low-Key Erotic Way
Nice story. ZJR
This novella is an extremely short (and I put an extreme emphasis on extremely) novella that essentially takes place in the span of 30 minutes (yes, Dane, I'm giving you some time, but we all know guys don't need that much time...). Noelle hires an escort to make her ex jealous as an event. She doesn't expect to be ridiculously attracted to the man. He plays his part well... almost too well. The thing is, Dane is attracted to Noelle, too. He doesn't date clients, he doesn't sleep with clients, but he wants to make a brief exception for Noelle. The only part that had me really rolling my eyes was the whole forgetting her ex's name thing. But... While reading, I'd like to add, I rolled my eyes often at the quickness of the emotion. Obviously it's going to move fast -- but seriously, in that time frame? But after I put it down, I sat back and reflected. This little blurb of a book takes place during a minute part of the prologue of COURTING TROUBLE. Noelle and Dane aren't even secondary characters in TROUBLE -- but Sienna, although not named, makes her appearance (I even went back to TROUBLE to see if she ran into this couple in the prologue). So while it was short and a bit unbelievable, the lines a tad corny... I forgave it because it was like a side-flash in a soap opera. Forgiveness given.