Reviewed by Nikyta
Title: Steamy Cider and Apples
Author: Jackie Nacht
Series: Holiday Jobs that Don’t Suck #8
Heroes: Tyler & Sawyer
Genre: M/M Contemporary
Length: 48 pages
Publisher: Extasy Books
Release Date: October 21, 2013
Available at: Extasy Books & Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Can these two fall for one another while making hot, steamy…cider?
Tyler has a problem. He doesn’t have the funds to cover his fraternal dues this year and needs to find a job. After going to his fraternity treasurer, Mitch, Tyler finds himself working with Mitch’s hot twin brother, Sawyer.
Sawyer has had a crush on Tyler since he first saw the man at his twin’s crazy fraternity. When opportunity arises for the two to work together at the cider mill, Sawyer won’t waste any time to ask Tyler out and hope the two will become more.
Will there be steamy feelings, and will they fall for each other?
When Tyler can’t afford his fraternity dues, he goes to the fraternity’s treasurer in hopes Mitch has some solution to his problem. Thankfully, Mitch has a twin brother who could use some help in the cider mill he works at… and that twin just so happens to be the very guy Tyler’s been crushing on since he came to college. But Sawyer’s got a crush on Tyler, too, and what starts off as a little time working together turns into so much more than either of them hoped for.
Oh, how ADORABLE these two were! I just loved the fact that they were both yearning after one another and how much Sawyer made excuses to see his twin all because he wanted to see Tyler just a little bit more. And I loved the fact that Mitch played matchmaker and got these two together FINALLY. Tyler was just too cute when it came to being around Mitch. And then there was Sawyer’s CAR. OMG, I couldn’t help but laugh at the death trap! LOL. But I wished it had been longer! I could have read another 100 pages of these boys!
All in all, a sweet but quick and funny read. I loved Sawyer and Tyler together and how much they already seemed to adore one another. I hope there’s way more to come of these two in this series’ future!
Overall Impression: I really liked it!
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*