Thursday, July 16, 2015

Review: Dark Escort (Beautiful Entourage #3) by E.L. Todd

Publication Date: April 30, 2015
Serie: Beautiful Entourage #3
Rating: 4 Stars

Official blurb:

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

Abiding by the rules has never been a struggle for Cato. Being an escort is strict and professional. He clocks in and clocks out like a regular job. He poses as a boyfriend or husband for those who need it, and with his charm and good looks he does it well.
And he doesn't break the rules.

No Kissing.
No Feelings.
And No Sex.

There's an endless line of beautiful women outside of work, so temptation has never been an issue. They come to him quicker than he can even look in their direction. And as soon as he kicks them out the following morning, he can't even remember their name. But when an old flame becomes his new client, someone he let slip through his fingers, will he be able to keep his resolve? Or will he crack?

When I first started reading this one, I was excited to find it was about Cato. I already liked his character and his smart mouth from the previous books. I couldn’t wait to see how his story would go and what lucky woman would change him. Cato is a bit different from the other escorts of this series. He is more demanding and controlling at times. He has a vulgar and smart mouth, but at other times he can be sweet and full of fun. When he meets “K” for the first time, he literally gets a taste of his own medicine. I thought it was actually a big eye opener for him to feel the way he made other women feel.

Then years later, he meets her again only this time its as a client. I really liked “k” and I knew she was holding back. I wanted to know more as to why that was. I really enjoyed getting to know her, but at times I wanted to shake her. I wanted her to see things differently than she was. Cato really brought that out of her and I could tell they were great for each other.

Overall the book was a great read. I felt at times the story was a bit drawn out and one second they would be so angry then in the next paragraph they would forget all about it. I felt the story needed more, but I still enjoyed reading it. I would really like to see more of Cato!

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