by Joan Elizabeth Lloyd

June 2009
ISBN: 978-0-7582-2373-0
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Trade Paperback

Taylor just got out of a crappy relationship with a person that gave her a lot of sex, but used her for monetary means. She likes her job, but she is not quite as fulfilled as she would like to be. She is offered a chance to start over now that her best friend Lissa is going to China with her father to learn more about being a photographer for six whole months. Lissa has just ask Tay to stay at her parent's house to take care of the pets and to house sit. Taylor figures why not make a new start?

While she is there she meets Pam, a party planner that lives down the street. They become good friends and really get to know each other. Then Pam reveals she plans a certain type of party, where men hook-up with women for money. Tay is shocked, but intrigued. Pam propositions Tay about joining this business opportunity. Tay is again shocked. Prostitution? Pam prefers the term “courtesans”. Taylor decides to do it and becomes entangled in a world of sexual fantasy and fulfillment. She does not know what the future holds, but she is enjoying every moment of the present.

Tempting Taylor is an anti-climatic read. When you think it is going get really good, it kind of disappoints you and fizzles out. It really does start off as a great page turner, then in the middle you sort of lose the story. I like the beginning, but towards the end may make you not want to finish it.

Reviewed in May 2009 by Lakisha.

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