Today’s brew: Sangria! Because that’s what Leah would drink.
All my book babies are special, but here’s why No Strings Attached is close to my heart. It was born in the most organic way possible, out of a conversation over text. A friend of mine enlightened me that someone I thought was a model was a male escort.
I couldn’t stop thinking about it. Maybe I was envious of a woman who had the brass tacks to call an escort agency and hire a man to show her a good time. It seems like a simple thing to do, but it’s not. But even more than that, I couldn’t stop thinking about the guys. Talk about work/life balance problems. How does an escort go to work and then come home to his girlfriend or family? How would his personal life fare with a job like that?
So I started to talk to the hive mind about this idea. They brought up things I never thought of. There was definitely a story here.
I needed to create a confident woman who could afford to hire an escort (these guys aren’t cheap), but I had to give her a reason to take a chance on hiring a date. And it was time to give my escort some work/life balance.
No Strings Attached was born. A successful woman brings a male escort to her twentieth high school reunion.
It was supposed to be something that stayed on the surface, but it went much deeper than that.
I hope you’ll read the book to find out the rest.
No Strings Attached is available in Kindle Unlimited.
Leah Godfrey has almost everything she could ask for–
But working as a male escort leaves him feeling empty. He turns to photography to fill the void. When Jagger gets a call from a lonely single mom who needs the same thing he does, he wants more. He wants her.