When I was new (a while back), I had the displeasure of going through a similar scenario, a few times in fact. It's not a nice situation to be in. I believe it was my fault to some extent, because I was always extremely friendly towards every punter, often allowing the meets to run over the booked time, sharing things about myself and my personal life, offering discounted sessions, the list goes on... So I guess one could say that the boundaries became blurred, the guys thought they were my "friends", and "special".
While the vast majority simply appreciated my friendliness for what it was (some even warned me about giving away too much personal info to strangers), there happened to be a few who simply couldn't get their heads round the fact that I was just trying to do my job i.e. give them the GFE they had asked for. And yes, sometimes they even managed to make me orgasm, but isn't that just one one of the perks of this job? I was well and truly mortified when one day a regular client told me he loved me, I was so shocked I didn't actually say anything, but knew that I wouldn't and couldn't see him ever again. He became obsessed, wouldn't stop calling (often from different numbers) despite me telling him that I didn't want to be contacted by him any more, turned up in the middle of the night buzzing my flat number, texting things like "I am so devastated, I thought we had a connection" each and every time I got new feedback and so on. It went on for about a month, until I decided enough was enough, told one of my close friends (male) about my escorting. I asked him to call the guy, to perhaps try and talk some sense into him. Thank god it worked!
Since then, it's happened a handful of times, but never so extreme. There really isn't a nice way to tell another person that you're not into them at all, but it has to be done. I learned the hard way that one must never overstep the boundaries in this game.
So OP, the bottom line is, if an escort ever felt that you were special, or she loved you, or even thought you deserved a discount, she'd let you know, I'm sure. If she doesn't... well, enjoy it for what it is: great sex without the drama that comes with a relationship. In the future, before you tell a WG you love her, you might want to consider that if the feeling isn't mutual, you're putting her in a very uncomfortable position. I can only speak for myself, but I think it's always safe to assume that the persona she adapts during your 1h or 2h meet does not resemble her real (normal if you like) self. Make the most of it but don't get attached!