Professional Distance
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Professional Distance by Silvia Violet


Being an escort was supposed to be a means to an end. A quick, temporary way to save money for culinary school.

Then Thornwell Shipton became my client.

Thorne is wealthy beyond belief, sophisticated as heck, and hotter than the sun.

He’s also uptight, closeted, way older than me, and a total workaholic who’s terrified of relationships.

In other words, we’re total opposites, and the two of us should never have developed feeling for each other… except, somehow we’re perfect together. And neither of us can get enough.

Suddenly being with Thorne is about more than just our scorching nights together, it’s about respect and trust. It’s about Thorne admitting he wants things he’s denied himself for years—soft, caring things. Dirty things. Things that force him to open his heart, not just his body, and make me want to do the same.

But how can I convince a man like Thorne to risk everything and fight for the future we both want—one where we end up together with no professional distance between us at all?

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