Advertising for Love - Elisabeth Roseland

A pleasant, steamy, quick read about a successful business woman who hires a professional escort (i.e. prostitute) for an evening; they're both very attracted to each other and decide to try a relationship, knowing that it might get tricky. It's not especially deep, but there were some colorful touches about growing up in Chicago that gave it flavor. I liked that it wasn't a "colorblind" story; it's not that race is a huge deal, but it's not completely ignored either, which seems to be the style in most books featuring black couples that I've read lately.