When sweet, naive Melissa seeks a job with her old Home Economics teacher she is half way through the interview before it dawns on her that Mrs McKinnon isn't interested in her cookery skills, but is in fact running an escort agency.
Melissa panics, but she needs the cash - and what harm can providing lonely men with stimulating conversation over dinner do?
More exciting still, she'll get to wear a disguise...Enter her alter ego: Honey. As flirty and feminine as a Bond girl, as confident and sexy as Mary Poppins in silk stockings, Honey brings out a side to Melissa she never knew she had. A side that will get her into hot water, (and out of it) and that she'll never want to lose...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 480 pages, n/a
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 20/06/2005
- Category: Romance
- ISBN: 9780340838679
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Review by phoebesmum
Posh girl loses temp job, sets up her own escort and male grooming agency. I have often noted the ease with which women in chicklit, no matter how hopeless in other ways, always manage to think of a gap in the market and set themselves up in a self-employed capacity to plug it. I probably should be ashamed of myself, reading this sort of stuff. Another odd thing about these books is that the BFF character (there is always a BFF) is inevitably more interesting than the protagonist, cf: Rose Red in the 'Katy' books.