A fantastic Read!
Length: 365 pages Published: January 30 2016
Despite everything I’ve done for my parents, I’ll never be good enough for them. Instead of seeing a man to be proud of, they just see an embarrassment. I served four tours in Afghanistan but that doesn’t mean anything to them. They only see the ink, the party life, and my short stint in jail.
And nothing else.
When they were in trouble, I handed over my life savings. I didn’t think twice about it because they’re my family, my blood. They raised me to be my own man and gave me everything I needed. It didn’t matter that it was every penny I had. It didn’t matter that the money was set aside for my future. My dreams.
Because they needed me.
But now they refuse to pay me back until I become the man they think I should be.
I have an unusual professional.
I escort men, acting as their date to family functions or work parties. It’s my job to act deeply in love with my client. And I always nail it.
But it’s not what you think.
I’m not a prostitute.
I’m not a call girl.
I’m an actress.
Get it right.
There are strict rules when it comes to my profession. There is no touching, kissing, or anything but hand-holding. Those who choose not to comply will get a swift kick in the nuts.
But all this goes to hell when Ash walks into my life.
It’s lighthearted and has plenty of laugh out loud moments as well as oh my God did he really just say that moments.
What I loved most was how Alessandra and Ash’s relationship is so diverse and holds many layers. It’s a love story that’s a little rough around the edges but that’s what makes it such a great read!
Whilst I loved this book, I did find myself wanting to read more about the lead characters, more specifically Alessandra, not enough was learned about her life before she met Ash, and I found myself wanting to know more about her. I’m really hoping for a second book, I want to read more about Ash and Alesandra!
If you enjoy a great love stories that can make you laugh and give you butterflies then Into the Fire is for you!
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