But nobody knows who Jace really is; the man whose dad abandoned him, whose brother was killed, and who had to take care of his mom at a young age. At the age of nineteen, he was living in Sin City, ready for a life away from stress and struggle.
Adrienne has been having a sexual drought since she broke up with her boyfriend. Even then she wasn’t getting fully satisfied. Being an event planner, she’s constantly working at numerous events. Several times she’s seen a man she can only refer to as the God-like creature at her work functions. He’s devastatingly handsome, tall, and has beautiful eyes, but he’s always with a different woman. The last thing she needs is another player in her life.
After a few chance encounters with Jace, her best friend convinces her to just get some good sex out of him and not worry about who she’s seen him with. But what happens when she finds out that he isn’t dating these women because he wants to, but because he’s paid to?
Keeping his job a secret from Adrienne seems easy at first, but when she begins meeting people he knows in his escort life, and they begin getting closer, he knows he has to tell her before someone else does.
ReviewLiving in Sin starts off with a bang. Or I should say a banging good time. We first meet Jace Jamison as he's doing his job. Oh what a job he has. Jace had been thinking about leaving his current employment because he was starting up a new business with his coworkers. After meeting Adrienne he leaves his old employer and begins to think about his future with her. At first Adrienne believes Jace is a player or aka The King.
She soon decides to give Jace a chance. The only question remaining is if Adrienne will accept his past. This story is a sweet read, even with the banging good time.