Title: If It Flies
Series: Market Garden #3
Authors: L.A. Witt and Aleksandr Voinov
Genre: M/M Erotica
Length: Novella, 140 pgs
Reviewed by: KindleRomance
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.
Time flies when you're having fun...being whipped and falling in love.
This 3rd story in the series is about two new characters, Spencer and Nick. Spencer is a high-powered attorney who is extremely burnt out from work and desperate for some stress relief. He heads to the Market Garden and meets Nick, a sexy Dom and sadist. They hook up for the night and discover that Spencer is quite the natural submissive masochist. As one night turns into several months of Friday night trysts, they both realize that they broke their agreement about keeping the relationship a purely sexual one.
This was my favorite story in the series. The story is told from Spencer's POV, and he was an interesting characters. I loved listening to his thoughts as he fought himself on giving in to Nick's demands. I enjoyed watching both of them going through a bit of terror as they realized that they might actually be falling for each other. The HFN ending felt pretty realistic. Although I can imagine them working through everything, including Nick's job, I would still love to see a sequel to their relationship.