I have to say, I love Michael Baisden as a writer. This is a good book with a lot of lessons learned. I really enjoyed reading this and got through pretty fast! I didn't want to put it down. I do feel like I was cheated out of an ending for one of the characters, but all in all I loved it!
This was a very poor attempt at storytelling. Malcolm and the other characters were like caricatures, the affluent gigolo lifestyle was forced and seemed like it was written for high comedy laughs, not a drama to be swept up in. It never engaged my interest.
This was a good book. A page turner!
Michael Baisden, the bad boy of literature, strikes gold again with this provocative, nationally bestselling novel about love, lust, and lies.
Malcolm Tremell lives the life that most men can only fantasize about: exotic cars, designer clothes, and a steady stream of sexually available women. For the past twelve years, for a very generous fee, Malcolm has willingly played the role of temporary companion and lover. But the endless nights of meaningless sex and secret rendezvous with married women have begun to weigh on his conscience. Malcolm is suffering from job burnout. He soon discovers, however, that a life-style change won't come so easily, not with the allure of so many beautiful women and thousands of tax-free dollars.