In Brooklyn, Sage Turner is having a horrible life and it's getting worse by the day. Her bills are piling up, she's overdue on her rent and she just lost her job at a collections agency because her own credit is overdrawn. She can't catch a break.
She spots an ad in the paper looking for a masseuse with little to no experience. She think she's finally caught a break until she shows up and discovers their packages offer more "happy ending" than the standard fare. At first her morality says no but when she's lost everything and has nothing left to sell, she decides to take the job.
Jackson is her first client and only client. He is rough, rude, and wholly uninterested in her beyond what she can do for him. She refuses to back down and let him railroad her, holding steadfast to "the rules" of their contract much to his chagrin.
Over time, both Jackson & Sage start to lose sight of the parameters of the relationship the more time they spend together but their love does not come easy.
Told in duel P.O.V's this standalone novel tells the story of a broken man who is looking for something different and instead finds something more with the women he didn't even know he needed.
However, with the mother he had I completely understand why he was the way he was,! What a horribly emotionally detached person! Though, I was glad once he began to open up to her, to find a place where he could just be, he started to mellow out a lot and was more caring and expressive.
All-in-all, it was a great book and I really liked the story. I thought it was an interesting take on the whole escort-billionaire story and I liked that there was more depth to the story instead of focusing on their sex lives so much.