Desperate men do desperate things.
When Decker Gabrielli hits rock bottom, he accepts a job as a hired companion at Infidelity.
Surrendering a year of his life to a woman he’s never met might be the worst idea ever. But money, prestige, and sex are powerful incentives. That is, until the job becomes more than a contractual agreement.
Hard limits are breached, panties are shredded, and rules are broken.
In the end, his secret to getting ahead is… her
I loved this book from the very beginning. I was intrigued to say the least when this spin-off “Kindle World” thingy from Aleatha Romig’s Infidelity series came about and when Pam Godwin decided to write one… well, holy hell… I was on it like white on rice. Pam wrote a story that’s not only good, but believable. Most stories are about a rich dude and a down on her luck chick… Not this one. This one is the opposite. Decker is down on his luck and offered that chance of a lifetime to finally get himself out of hock and have some bank to boot.
Decker is struggling to make ends meet and keep his “meat” safe from pushy, sexually harassing bosses! When he’s approached by a patron of the bar he works at to check into this life changing possibly, of course he’s intrigued. He vows to only show up for the interview, but things move so quickly before he knows it, he’s been paired up with a client.
Laynee is one of those characters you pull for and love to pieces. She’s scarred inside and out! She lives each day in her little protective bubble and she “thinks” she has control. Little does she know her world is about to undergo some major renovations.
This book is not only comical, sensual, and heartbreaking, but it’s inspirational. The things each of these characters teaches each other and the things they taught me will forever be branded on my heart. The storyline is dark, but not too dark. The pacing is perfect and keeps you moving along. The writing style is superb and why wouldn’t it be, it’s Pam Freakin’ Godwin for fucksake. Nice job Pam… I loved it!
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