Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Release Day Review ~ A Model Escort by Amanda Meuwissen

Release Day Review ~ A Model Escort by Amanda Meuwissen

Title: A Model Escort
Author: Amanda Meuwissen
Release Date: March 5, 2019
Category: Contemporary, Dreamspun Desires
Pages: 225
What’s the value of love?
Shy data scientist Owen Quinn is brilliant at predictive models but clueless at romance. Fortunately, a new career allows him to start over hundreds of miles from the ex he would rather forget. But the opportunity might go to waste since this isn’t the kind of problem he knows how to solve. The truth is, he’s terrible at making the first move and wishes a connection didn’t have to revolve around sex.
Cal Mercer works for the Nick of Time Escort Service. He’s picky about his clients and has never accepted a regular who is looking for companionship over sex—but can the right client change his mind? And can real feelings develop while money is changing hands? Owen and Cal might get to the root of their true feelings... if their pasts don’t interfere.

4.5 stars

I really enjoyed this story! This was a first-time author for me and it was a well-written story with good pacing. I adore a little bit of a nerdy and a blushing MC, and Owen was just that. He was so genuine and easy to connect to and like. Cal was kind and I love how he was with Owen. He was understanding and selfless and it made me want them to get their HEA.

There was great character development with both MCs, especially Owen. It was lovely to see him come out of his shell and really stick up for himself. He still kept his sweet and quirky side that I loved but he really blossomed throughout the story.

There was just enough angst to keep things interesting and I was eager to see how things played out. There are not really any explicit sexy times between Cal and Owen but the connection between them was perfect for me. I definitely wouldn't mind getting a short or a holiday story in the future of these guys... wink wink!!

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement.

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