Reviewed by JustJen
Authors: Aleksandr Voinov, L.A. Witt
Series: Market Garden #6
Genre: M/M, Contemporary
Length: 52 Pages
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: February 3, 2014
Available at: Riptide Publishing
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Blurb: Tristan and Jared have got it made. When they aren’t raking in the cash together at Market Garden, they’re burning up their own sheets and getting closer by the day. But something isn’t right. Tristan’s on edge, and Jared doesn’t understand why.
Before they can hash things out, their services are requested by none other than Rolex. And Rolex doesn’t just want to be a bystander this time. He wants Jared while Tristan watches, and he’s more than willing to pay for it.
But Tristan’s reached a breaking point, and even that huge wad of cash might not be enough to keep tonight’s arrangement from crashing and burning.
Jared and Tristan are back in action! Unfortunately, they seem to be going through a bit of a rough patch these days as carrying on their relationship while continuing to work at the Garden appears to be taking its toll. Tristan seems to be the more affected of the two, but before Jared can confront and get to the bottom of their issues, Rolex is back, requesting their services once again. This time, however, he wants to turn the tables a bit.
I loved Rolex from day one, and that doesn’t change any in this installment either. Considering how much money he is shelling out, he is quite patient and considerate of the guys. Sensing they (Tristan) are having trouble with the way things are progressing, he steps aside for them to work things out. What then ensues is a super hot scene reminiscent of what took place in book 1. These three are smoking hot together no matter which way things are done.
I was not quite as blown away this time as I was in book one, mostly due to the fact that I wasn’t enjoying Tristan bringing things down so much, but when they get things squared away, everything I enjoy about it comes flying back. I love this series overall and continue to look forward to each story. Each one is very well written, and the end product is never lacking in quality. They definitely make my list of favorite rent boy stories.
Overall Impression: I really liked it
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*