Review

Review of Late Call by Emma Hart

 Published: 28th April 2014
Publisher:
Self
Pages:
360

Blurb:

She’s a high class call girl. He’s taking over his father’s business.

Seven years ago, they fell in love in Paris.

They walked away at the end of the summer, never imagining they’d meet again.

Now he’s her client.

Review:

I’m happy to present my review for Late Call as part of Emma’s blog tour. This was an ARC copy sent from the author, so it may have changed from my reading to the final copy. Emma is one of the authors who is both traditionally and self published. Either way, I love reading her books.

Emma wastes no time when it comes to writing. We’re straight into Dayton’s double life as Mia. The sex isn’t great for her though, but she’s not paid to orgasmn. She’s paid to give them. I’m not a big fan or Erotic Romance but with Emma’s books, it’s hard not to fall head over heels in love with the characters. You can’t help but wish the best for them.

The roller coaster of Dayton’s life is just getting started and it unfolds dramatically throughout the book. We soon learn that she is extremely independent and has a past which she would rather keep there. But when Aaron Stone walks in, the past is back in her life.

Aaron Stone, what do I say about him? Emma has an incredible ability to make her male characters absolutely beautiful. He’s successful, charming and drop-dead gorgeous. What else could a girl want? But the drama has only just begun with Late Call. Emma leaves readers wanting more and more. Roll on book 2.

Twitter: @EmmaHartAuthor
Website: http://emmahart.org/

Advertisements