The Congressman’s Whore: A Marriage of Convenience


Title: The Congressman’s Whore: A Marriage Of Convenience
Author: Clancy Nacht & Thursday Euclid
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: March 13, 2018
Genre(s): Romance, Marriage of Convenience
Page Count: 249 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Blurb:

Congressman Upton Bennett isn’t looking to be anyone’s slave, but there are sides to himself he’s never explored. When he hears about mysterious sex worker Zane Sawyer—a man who specializes in administering discipline to his clients—Upton can’t resist the urge to reach out.

Sloan McInnis—better known in key D.C. circles as Zane Sawyer—is just a Georgetown student trying to parlay his charm and linguistic skills into a career as a lobbyist. His sex work pays tuition, but it doesn’t define him… At least, it doesn’t until the day a reporter catches him leaving Upton Bennett’s hotel room.

Outed as a whore to the Washington elite, Sloan’s life isn’t worth a dime. His influential Johns want him permanently hushed up, except for one. Powerful fixer Candace Bennett—Upton’s mother—has an idea to save Sloan and her son’s reputation with a simple lie: It wasn’t prostitution; they’re in love.

Soon a wedding is planned, one that will ensure Sloan’s untouchable and Upton’s re-electable. But what will marriage mean for two men who barely know each other? And will Sloan ever become more than a congressman’s whore?


This was a good read with a bit of a twist. It is kind of a “Pretty Woman” scenario. One man is an escort, the other is a Congressman and everything is supposed to remain anonymous but of course things never happen that way.

Upton is a congressman that is out and proud but spends so much time working on what he believes in that it leaves little to no time to himself. So when he gets the number of an escort that is above-board on discretion, Upton debates on whether to contact him or not. After much back and forth on the matter Upton decides to at least talk to him and see if there might be some kind of attraction. After speaking to him, Upton decides that he will book some time with him. Though Upton is still unsure of whether or not to follow through with the appointment, he proceeds to keep the appointment and hopes that some of the things that he really would love to try with someone will come out of it.

Sloan is the escort that Upton hired. But there are two different sides to Sloan. The escort side that is confident in everything that he does for a client and the real Sloan that is a college student doing what he must to pay for college. He does not let the two sides collide with the other or at least he doesn’t until they do.

When a reporter breaks the story of Upton with an escort, everything comes to head for both Upton and Sloan and some hard decisions have to be made.

Can two men that are completely opposite but also so much alike figure out how to make sure neither of their futures in politics comes to a quick end over a scandal like this? What will these two do? Can they save each other or is their personal needs going to end their political wants?

This was a really good read. There is a lot of back and forth on what to do and what each man thinks the other deserves. Sometimes it was a bit annoying but not enough to make me like it any less. I thought overall this was a great read. I think others will also.

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Hello, I am an avid reader of male/male books. I do not have a favorite genre when it comes to male/male books because I love all of them from romance, dark reads, paranormal, shifter, threesome, whatever I see that catches my eye at the time.

I read books about rock stars, CEOs, military, cops, and just the original plain old good boy types of books.

Basically when it comes to a book, I read whatever I am in the mood for at the time. So my tastes varies from day to day and sometimes even hour to hour.

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