Book Discussion – Escorting The Billioniare – Book One

There is something about a well structured story that is enjoyable to read.

As always Love-bugs spoilers are a strong possibility, so if you haven’t yet read this book, leave, read it and come back to tell me what you thought.

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Now onto the discussion…

By now you guys know that I am a pretty easy read. I just can’t find anything to hate about this book. It’s a romance with some erotic, so by now we should know what that all includes.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book but I wasn’t expecting it to play out the way it did. These characters were well developed with back stories and you couldn’t help but like them or hate them (yeah I’m talking about you Mrs. Preston).

I also think I may have just found my first book boyfriend (hey there James). I never did the whole thing where you like a male character so much that you wish they were the real deal. I’ve always just read books for the pure enjoyment of it. Soaking up the story and being immersed in these fictional characters worlds, but James Preston, where can I find one like you?

There isn’t even anything super special about James and yet I fell in love.

Books like these are why I am so screwed up about love. Can people really fall in love after only a week of knowing each other? Leigh James sure made me think that they could. Not only did it happen to Audrey and James but their best friends Cole and Jenny managed to fall in love during the same time span. Isn’t love grand?

Of course there were bumps along the road and I loved that they weren’t predictable. Audrey and her drunk mother planning to blackmail someone, anyone so she can get a come-up with the information that her daughter was an escort. Uh, I hated how cold her mother was to her and it was sad that I could actually believe that it was possibly for a mother to treat their child that way. Mrs. Preston was no better. It was so important that her sons married in their same class that she was willing to do anything to get someone who didn’t fit that bill out of the way, including murder. She had absolutely no shame in letting the way she felt known. Ugh, I really hate her.

I got my happy ending and that means the world to me. I’m all about the love people. I gave this story five stars (obviously).

What did you guys think? Leave me a comment and let me know.

The next book up for discussion is…

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Until the next time… Love, Peace & Chicken Grease.


Author: TaQuanda Taylor

TaQuanda Taylor is a native of Rochester, NY. She studied at School of the Arts high school as a drama major. TaQuanda moved to Brooklyn, NY in 2007. In 2011 TaQuanda made an active decision to pursue a career in writing. She enrolled in the Creative Writing for Entertainment program at Full Sail University where she is working on her Bachelors degree in Fine Arts.

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