Jake is wealthy, handsome, well hung and hung up on the female orgasm—and doesn’t need a GPS to find it. He’s also commitment phobic, so he satisfies himself with a series of high-paid escorts. Until he meets Sugar.
Sugar, sexually abused from age 14, chose to become an escort to take control of her sexuality and her life. Her impeccable taste leads her to collect art; her huge heart and compromised childhood motivates her to help get homeless teens off the streets; her irrepressible sense of humor is one of her key survival mechanisms. But none of that prepares her for her newest client, Jake.
Their powerful sexual connection slowly transforms to romance, challenging both of their needs for control and independence.
Think Fifty Shades of Grey meets Pretty Woman.
Sugar is the first woman able to keep up with Jake’s sexual needs. Matching him for creativity and stamina, she becomes his regular. As their relationship becomes personal and intimate, Jake panics and hires someone else, only to discover that he isn’t even slightly interested in sex with anyone other than Sugar.
But when Sugar learns Jake had hired one of her colleagues, she quits the business and devotes herself to rescuing young troubled girls from the road to ruin and herself from the pain of missing Jake.
Unable find Sugar, Jake descends into suicidal depression. His closest friend Alberto tracks down Sugar and talks her into going to see Jake. Sugar arrives at Jake’s doorstep with a six-foot tall toothbrush and asks if he would like her to stay the night. He suggests that he would like her to stay forever and she agrees. Throw a dog and a ten-year-old street kid and the couple successfully navigate a life of purpose, passion and commitment.
This book was added to our catalog on Friday 16 February, 2018.