Monday 28 April 2014

Review ~ Late Call by Emma Hart.

Title: Late Call (Call, #1).
Author: Emma Hart.
Publisher: Emma Hart.
Genre: Erotic Romance.
Release Date: April 28, 2014.
Source: Review copy.
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars.

Purchase: Amazon UK | Amazon | Amazon AU | B&N | iTunes

She’s a high class call girl. He’s taking over his father’s business.
Seven years ago, they fell in love in Paris.
They walked away at the end of the summer, never imagining they’d meet again.
Now he’s her client.

We fell in love the way you jump from a cliff. Hard and fast with a reckless sense of abandon. The six weeks we spent together changed my life, but at seventeen, I was naive. I was a dreamer. A believer.

Now I’m twenty-four and cynical. I don’t believe in love. There’s no place for such emotions as a high class escort. The only things I’m allowed to feel are physical – and that’s why it’s so damn hard when the client of a last minute job turns out to be the man I left in France seven years ago. When he buys me for six weeks at triple my rate, my agent makes it clear I have no choice but to take the job despite our previous relationship. And my heart makes it very clear I have to stay firmly on top of the cliff this time.

Because for six weeks, I once again belong to Aaron Stone.

I’ve come to the conclusion that Emma Hart can write anything and I will love it. Late Call was different than what I’m used to from Emma but it was brilliant – probably the strongest plot I’ve seen in an erotic romance book. The writing and the plot development was great, captivating, and the ending was written to perfection.

So Dayton is a call girl and her ex, Aaron, has paid for her services. You’d be forgiven for thinking these were going to be trashy, unlikeable characters but they were anything but that. Day was really easy to emphasise with – she’d had a tough past but she wasn’t na├»ve as to what being a call girl was about. I felt for her the moment she met Aaron again and wanted her to be swept off her feet by him. And what girl wouldn’t be swept off their feet by him?! *fans face* I think I’ve fallen a little bit in love with him. He was hot and their chemistry tore off the pages.

Emma wrote a wonderful story full of attraction and chemistry and an awesome twist. The moment I thought things were moving along nicely something would change all that and I loved the edge-of-your-seat plot. Plus, this was an erotic romance novel with a plot! Like, it was jaw-droppingly hot at times but I never lost sight of the plot. So, extra brownie points for Emma. ;)

Late Call was a fabulous book if I haven’t made that clear enough yet. It was enthralling and steamy yet at times the plot was sweet and romantic too, as I reminisced along with Dayton and Aaron about their past. Emma Hart wrote a flawless novel and there’s no way I’ll be missing the continuation of this series.

Review also posted on Goodreads | Amazon UK | Amazon

By day, New York Times and USA Today bestselling New Adult author Emma Hart dons a cape and calls herself Super Mum to two beautiful little monsters. By night, she drops the cape, pours a glass of whatever she fancies – usually wine – and writes books.

Emma is working on Top Secret projects she will share with her followers and fans at every available opportunity. Naturally, all Top Secret projects involve a dashingly hot guy who likes to forget to wear a shirt, a sprinkling (or several) of hold-onto-your-panties hot scenes, and a whole lotta love.

She likes to be busy - unless busy involves doing the dishes, but that seems to be when all the ideas come to life.

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  1. This book sounds amazing! I just recently stumbled upon the series Secret Diary of a Call Girl and loved it. I think I am all into this genre now ;) I am really excited that you said this book actually has a plot, because when it comes to erotica, that's seldom the case. Then again, it is all the better when it does have plot :)

    1. It's a great book! I really hope you check it out :) Erotica with a plot is the best, right?


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