Sunday, July 19, 2015

Review: Dangerous Stranger (Beautiful Entourage #4) by E.L. Todd

Publication Date: April 30, 2015
Series: Beautiful Entourage #4
Rating: 5 Stars

Official Blurb:

Standalone. No cliffhanger. HEA. Other books in the series can be read in any order.

Jett takes his job as an escort seriously. He's not just playing a part, and he tries to help people as much as he can. When a guy asks him to pose as his boyfriend, Jett doesn't hesitate. Following the rules has always been easy, but with a dude, it will be a walk in the park.
But he doesn't expect to meet his lovely sister. A curvy brunette with green eyes, she's the type of woman he's never encountered before. She's the opposite of a damsel in distress. She's strong, witty, and sassy. And Jett is immediately interested.
But he can't break the rules. Not ever.
No Kissing.
No Feelings.
And No Sex.
But Jett struggles with this agreement with every passing day. And if he could break the rules, how would he manage? She thinks he's gay, and how will he tell her otherwise without blowing his client's cover?
And why does he want to blow it at all?

Starting out, I was instantly intrigued. I thought this book in the series was going to be the most interesting given the situation. Jett was posing as a boyfriend for a gay man. Not only that, but his client had a sister. I kind of felt bad for Jett for a while. He had strong feelings for his client’s sister, but was unable to act on those feelings. Even though Jett became friends with her, his feeling only grew more each time they were together.

I really loved reading and getting to know Ophelia. She was smart, outgoing, and just like one of the boys. She had a great personality and she was a great character to read about. She supported her brother and never let him being gay affect their relationship. Hers and Jett became super close and I really wanted to push them together at times. She was fighting her feeling because she though Jett was gay and was in love with her brother.

Overall, I really enjoyed reading this book. It was full of fun, humor, and at times a bit of angst. Not too much, but just enough to keep you guessing. I thought EL did a great job writing Jett’s book and I cannot wait to read the last book of the series. 

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