RNAA Rose Rating – Four Roses
Title: Tell Me What You Want
Author: Susan Sheehey
Genre: Small Town Romance
The Cardinal rule for Knights is never fall for a client. But in a business were rules are meant to be broken, how can he resist…
Book One – Renner
Showing a woman her worth is his specialty.
Renner Shaw’s priority as a Knight—a luxury escort with Knights of Texas—is making clients feel safe and secure.
Intimacy is a perk, and one of his fortes. A position he was surprised to be well suited for with his charm and unrivaled focus. But he never expected the likes of Cassie Summer to come calling.
Cassie never expected to call an escort for the sole purpose of helping her sleep after a sudden tragedy. She certainly never anticipated the sizzling Renner Shaw would be the light that helps guide her out of grief. Only, it may be too late to salvage her splintered heart.
Making his client feel safe and secure is harder than Renner ever imagined, but he’s determined to fulfill his role to perfection. To change her gray and dreary world into one of colorful pleasure.
Knights of Texas novella series
These noble protectors of pleasure bring their expertise and determination to showing a woman her true worth.
Revealing a woman’s value is their devoted mission, and these southern charmers can all but guarantee kindling a woman’s heart.
What I Loved About this Book:
This book portrays grief realistically and doesn’t pull punches when it comes to showing what it’s like to have your husband taken from you suddenly. The hero, Renner, is sexy, as well as being physically and emotionally protective. He works for an escort service, specializing in clients who desire military men. A former marine and bodyguard, protecting others is in his nature. I liked Renner and enjoyed reading about him, and I liked the premise of this book.
What Could Have Been Better:
The book is quite short. To be fair, it is billed as a novella, so I suppose I shouldn’t complain. Even so, the writing was terrific and I felt there was plenty of room to expand on the characters. I would have loved to have gotten to know the heroine, Cassie, a bit better. All we really know about her is that she was a devoted wife and a wonderful mother. We don’t get much insight into her other than her grief. We don’t get to explore her hopes and dreams, her career, her past, or anything like that so it makes it a little harder to lose yourself in the romance. Renner loves her for her devotion to her family, but what else? Even though it is part of a series, the book does not end on a cliffhanger, which is good.