Sins & Mistrust (The Escort Series) by Isabel Lucero
Genre: Erotic Romance
Release Date: October 6th
Marc Edwards is a male escort in Sin City. He’s used to being into whatever his clients are into, and doing everything they fantasize about. He’s also used to keeping parts of himself from the people closest to him, and denying himself what he truly wants.
He gains a client who’s unlike any other client he’s had. Nathalia LaBelle actually tries to get to know non-escort Marc. She wants to find out what it is he fantasizes about, and isn’t bothered by the nature of his job.
Has Marc found someone to open up to? Will Nathalia be able to handle what he desires? What he craves? Lines begin to blur, and Marc struggles knowing a relationship with a client is something that can’t happen.
But what happens when Lincoln Cash, a man who has his own special relationship with Nathalia, comes into the picture with his own desires, rules, and sinful requests? Will they be able to get on the same page, or will mistrust run rampant and ruin everybody’s chances at getting what they want?
This novel contains M/M, M/F/M, M/F, M/M/F scenes. If any of those kinds of sex scenes bother you, I wouldn't suggest reading this one. This novel also contains explicit language, and some mild sadomasochism. Nothing too extreme, just kinky. Meant for readers over 18.
Author's Note Pt. 2
While this is book three in The Escort Series, it can be read as a standalone. There is no need to read Living in Sin and Unforgivable Sin first, as this one starts in the time that Living in Sin did, and then follows through the series without giving much away about the first two. You may get some information regarding the other stories, but not much. Marc was scarce in those books, and we now get to see what he was up to.
With my vision partially blocked, I can’t see what Marc is holding in his hand because he’s keeping it fairly low. From all the objects he showed me moments before, I’d be happy with any of them. My body thrums with anticipation, and excitement shoots through my veins. I’ve been begging him to give me all of him for a while now. Perhaps he was too concerned about scaring me off, but I don’t think he realizes how much I love the pleasure and pain combination. I think he’s still stuck in escort mode, thinking he could cross a line with a client and get in trouble.
My body is begging for him to touch me. I can’t keep still, even with my arms and legs strapped down. I squirm, wanting his hands all over me.
Isabel Lucero is the author of the romantic suspense novel The Secrets That We Keep and the bestselling books in The Escort Series. She was born in a small town in New Mexico and was lucky enough to escape and travel the world thanks to her husband's career in the Air Force. She's been married for eleven years to the love of her life and Jr. High School sweetheart. Together they have two of the best and most beautiful kids in the world.
Isabel's love for reading is anything but new, she's been reading since before she was a teenager. She started reading books by Mary Higgins Clark and James Patterson before being catapulted into the indie author world thanks to a little somebody named E.L. James.
She currently lives overseas and is working on a couple new stories to share with you. Book three in The Escort Series is coming soon. Isabel loves connecting with her readers and fans of books in general. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
No really, that is all I can think of. Marc is so amazingly hot it is ridiculous. This series is the best form of fantasy smut ever! Isabel brings us into the world of male escorts and their interesting clientele in this series. It is hot, sexy, and interesting. I never knew I could read a book that was so focused on sex and be truly interested in the characters and invested in their outcomes.
Marc is interesting in that he is hiding, not only from his clients, but also, I think, from himself. He is working through issues that go far deeper than I expected and because of all of that you love him even more. I truly thought this book was great. Although I have loved this trilogy from the start.
My only gripe, I really really didn't like Nathalia. I wanted to be able to connect with her, and I just couldn't.
I give this awesome book 4 steamy lipsticks!!!!