"I was in love with him. Dear God.. I was in love with a gigolo." For fans of [b:Tangled|16073738|Tangled (Tangled, #1)|Emma Chase|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1369159938s/16073738.jpg|21868234] and [b:Seduction and Snacks|15704001|Seduction and Snacks (Chocolate Lovers, #1)|Tara Sivec|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1371178840s/15704001.jpg|21365702], this one is for YOU. After reading a lot of heavily emotional books, this is like a breath of fresh air. And I know I have to leave those haunting issues behind and..That was FUN. Reese Randall really knows how to pick her guys. After turning over a fresh leaf and fleeing the state with a changed name, Reese wanted normal. Her psycho ex-boyfriend tried to kill her after all. She pursued college and lives with her notorious party animal cousin, Eva Mercer.What she doesn't need is another troublesome guy to turn her world upside down. Yet she found herself in the world of a gigolo named Mason Lowe who sells sex to unhappy wives like lollipops. But gigolo or not, he made my official list of Book Boyfriends. Not only is he sexy, he also loves his little sister and provide for his family the best that he can.I totally recommend this for the younger audience and cannot stomach [b:Damaged Goods|11520968|Damaged Goods|Lauren Gallagher|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1307408122s/11520968.jpg|16457981] though it's one of the best I've read this year. "He was going to walk right by us. Nothing but 10 feet of dead air was going to separate him from me. Dear Lord in heaven, please deliver me." Reese is a funny narrator. She can be girly, feisty, paranoid and sexy all at the same time. I love the light feel of this book. Sure, there are issues here and there but it's quite hard to feel any serious vibe especially when there is humor injected on conversations every now and then. There is a modern, updated feel going on here, injecting Harry Potter, Muse and AWOLNation as perfect examples. My only downside for this book is also my issue mentioned on [b:Damaged Goods|11520968|Damaged Goods|Lauren Gallagher|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1307408122s/11520968.jpg|16457981] where I questioned the possibility of finding another job that is acceptable to morality. Also, I found the "action-scene" slash confrontation of Reese, Mason and the psycho ex hilarious. Jeremy gave me the creeps when I first read about him. But, he is simply crazy. I love me some sequel or Mason's POV. The ending is a bit hanging and I would like to know what happens next.Such a FUN read!