The Price by Andrew Grey


Title: The Price
Author: Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 200
POV: 3rd
Kisses: 4







Blurb:

Hunter Wolf is a highly paid Las Vegas escort with a face and body that have men salivating and paying a great deal for him to fulfill their fantasies. He keeps his own fantasies to himself, not that they matter.

Grant is an elementary-school teacher who works miracles with his summer school students. He discovered his gift while in high school, tutoring Hunter, a fellow student. They meet again when Hunter rescues Grant in a club. Grant doesn’t know Hunter is an escort or that they share similarly painful pasts involving family members’ substance abuse.

After the meeting, Hunter invites Grant to one of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas. Hunter is charming, sexy, and gracious, and Grant is intrigued. With more in common than they realized, the two men decide to give a relationship a try. At first, Grant believes he can deal with Hunter’s profession and accepts that Hunter will be faithful with his heart if not his body. Both men find their feelings run deeper than either imagined. For Grant, it’s harder than he thought to accept Hunter’s occupation, and Hunter’s feelings for Grant now make work nearly impossible. But Hunter’s choice of profession comes with a price, which could involve Grant’s job and their hearts—a price that might be too high for either of them to pay.

Review:

I found this book to be well written and well researched.

For me it was a little hard to connect with the characters as a couple at first but as I got more into the story and learned more of their stories from their childhood it just clicked.

Grant made a choice to know his father as an adult and forgive him as his father is sober now. Hunter was never given the chance to forgive or know what happened to his parents after they abandoned him.

This story is about overcoming a horrendous child hood and learning how to trust in love and be willing to pay the price for happiness.

I recommend this book and recommend looking up more works by Andrew Grey.

Reviewed by: Cheryl

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