Six by James Crow

This is the first book in the series.

I sell more than sex. I sell experiences.
My clients are women of taste and style, with money to lavish on their most intimate fantasies.

The contract is clear: Absolute confidentiality. No limits. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
I take them to that place in the half-light, where pleasure blurs with pain, and sex becomes so much more. Beautiful filth, sweet and dirty and so fucking delicious. They take it all and always come back for more.

I’m in it for the money, and maybe the pleasure, too.
I don’t do emotional involvement. Ever. I’m a professional, and this is business.

Until she walks in.
Client number SIX
And things get really fucking complicated.

I really enjoyed reading this book. The characters were great, the plot was good and the heat level was off the charts. It was pure filth at times.

This book was nothing like I expected. Jonathon was a brilliant character and I loved Emma. Their relationship had sparks very early on, even given the circumstances. I think what made this book was the duel POV. Seeing the story unwind from both of their views was what made the story.

I loved seeing Emma grow as a person and I loved Jonathan even more for making that happen. I wanted him to do the right thing at the end, and he did. He saved her.

Emma’s aunt Fiana… What a lady. She surprised me at the end.

Suki was just adorable, and this book has you wondering what brought to there.

There was a hell of a lot of smoking hot sex, but it didn’t take away from the story. It added to it. It definitely isn’t for the faint heartwd because it is very kink heavy.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this book. It was scorching to read, he characters were brilliant and the story was fantastic. I would definitely recommend it.

My rating: 5/5*

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