Take It Off (A Market Garden Tale)
TITLE : Take It Off
SERIES : Book 2 in A Market Garden Tale
AUTHOR : L.A. Witt & Aleksandr Voinov
PUBLISHER : Riptide Publishing
GENRE : BDSM, Contemporary, Erotica, Menage, Rentboy, Prostitution
LENGTH : 10,000 words / 43 pages (e-book)
PUBLISHED : February 25, 2013
Turnabout is foreplay.
High-end Market Garden rentboys Tristan and Jared have found their niche. Men are willing to pay good money to watch Tristan tease Jared, and the two of them seduce London’s elite with sex and power games.
Except Tristan is less and less interested in getting money out of the johns these days. He wants his partner in crime, and he wants the seduction to be real. But is Jared just in this for the pay?
When Rolex, the john who started it all, returns to Market Garden, the boys jump on the opportunity to service him—and each other—for a fresh pile of cash. Rolex isn’t the only one itching for a rematch, though. Jared’s been waiting for a chance to get back at Tristan for teasing him so mercilessly the first time.
And for a former stripper, revenge is a dish best served extra hot.
To start with, we need to take you back to Quid Pro Quo , book 1 in the series – back to when we first met Tristan, Jared and Rolex . . . . .
” for the past six months, Jared’s been selling sex at Market Garden, a London club that caters to the better-off. But business is slow in the run-up to Christmas, when businessmen and bankers are too busy bickering over bonuses to rent themselves a little high-class action.
Though Jared’s wallet finds the downtime unnerving, the rest of him rather enjoys the opportunity it gives him to admire Tristan, an old hand in the club whose reputation usually sees him well-booked. Jared has been crushing on Tristan for months—he’s no more immune to Tristan’s cockiness and confidence than the johns, and those are just Tristan’s inner qualities.
Just as Jared’s about to chat Tristan up, a businessman asks for something a little different: he wants to book them both. They agree—and Jared finds himself going from crush to mind-bending lust as he’s made the pawn in a sexual power game. Tristan shows him how a pro handles a john while delivering the top-shelf sex for which the Market Garden is so rightly renowned. “
What the Posse thought of Quid Pro Quo . . .
Barb : “Steaming HAWT short erotica. But even though the story is short Witt and Voinov are able to inject enough character into Tristan and Jared to have me hooked and hoping that we get more in this series focussing on their slow, blossoming relationship and more “adventures”. Yes. I am a hopeful (not hopeless) romantic. Always :-D”
Tomi : “Oh my goodness! This set my kindle on fire!! Loved every second of it. Hottest piece of short erotica I have ever read. I really look forward to more, more, more in this series.”
Jen : “Damn, this story was hot! Can we have more please? The blurb pretty much describes what this short story is all about, but what it doesn’t say is how smoking erotic it was. Someone bring me a fan, I’m starting to sweat. Jared’s a Rentboy who’s crushing on another Rentboy Tristan, who is oh so yummy, gets picked up by a very rich client who doesn’t just want one of them but both of them. Hell yeah! Jared’s game, he can’t wait to have Tristan’s hands on him. I can’t say much more than that. You’ll have to pick up the book for yourself. I promise you won’t regret it.”
BookSmitten : “Wow, talk about smokin’! This short story is smexy to the max! Jared and Tristan are both hot and together they’re combustible. For a short erotic story there is a surprising amount of connection to the characters themselves and I was left intrigued and wanting to know more about not only Tristan and Jared, but Rolex as well. Can’t wait to get back to the boys again. In the meantime, where’s that damn fan…”
. . . so, that was how we left it and Bloody Hell 🙂 but Book 2 was just as good – if not better! Certainly hotter!I loved how Jared has developed a bit of swagger, yet we still see glimpses of the sweet boy from before; and Tristan …. control freak Tristan, forced to watch – as he is lead a merry dance by Jared. Well, a “sexy lap” dance, should I say 🙂 Poor Tristan left cursing himself for not going for it with Jared, while he had the chance. The sizzle factor was scorching – absolutely off the charts! But once again Witt and Voinov have proven that even in a story with so few words, and most of which are relative to one long titilating seduction scene – there can still be a story arc, and characters that are really easy to connect with – and care about. I am itching to know more about Rolex – and longing for the book where he really lets go. The ending was so cute. What I would love to know is how the writing team do the split – I see Voinov as Rolex, for some reason. Maybe the cufflinks. With Witt voicing the boys.
I am so looking forward to the next installment. . . . check out the synopsis below – yep, Nick is gonna be a keeper!
If It Flies – A Market Garden Tale – 11th March 2013
“If it flies, drives, or fornicates, it’s cheaper to rent it.
Spencer is in a rut. Long hours at the law firm are sucking the life out of him, and he doesn’t have time or energy for a relationship. He’s lonely, horny, and itching for something new, so he tries the Market Garden, an exclusive—and expensive—brothel. Spencer isn’t in the door five minutes before a cocky rentboy makes his move.
Nick isn’t just any rentboy, though. He’s a Dom, he’s a sadist, and he’s everything Spencer didn’t know he was missing. One night turns into more, and before long, Spencer is one of Nick’s regular clients.
Both men think they’re just scratching each other’s backs: Spencer’s exploring a submissive, masochistic side he never knew he had, and Nick is getting off and getting paid. But as time goes on, it’s clear their strictly professional arrangement . . . isn’t, and if Nick has one hard limit, it’s that he doesn’t get romantically entangled with his johns. The problem is, while Nick doesn’t want to be owned, Spencer’s no longer content with just renting.”
Rated 5 stars by Barb
Wahoo! Can’t wait!
This review got me, but I’ll have to start with book one of this series. Yay me! 🙂
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