Series: Market Garden #2
Authors: L.A. Witt and Aleksandr Voinov
Review Genre: M/M Erotica
Length: Novella, 38 pgs
Reviewed by: KindleRomance
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.
Who knew reading a dirty dancing scene could be better than watching!
The second chapter in the ongoing sexual escapades of Jared and Tristan is one extremely hot scene with our lovely guys and Rolex. We are now told everything from Tristan's point of view instead of Jared's. This chapter doesn't move their relationship along, and in fact, it seems that Jared might have lost interest in Tristan. There is very little dialogue so we are left with a bit of confusion as to why, or if, Jared lost interest. I'm assuming we'll get more information on that impression in a future chapter. I was expecting some background information on Tristan, including how he ended up here and what he does with his days, but that was not provided. I was also expecting Tristan to be a smart-mouthed, self-assured character instead of the sweet and almost Jared-like person he now seems to be.
If you're looking for a well-written, steamy sex scene with a very talented stripper performance, then this should fit the bill. Although this was a great sex scene, there weren't enough elements to make it a great story. There wasn't enough movement in the plot, building of the relationship, or increased knowledge of the characters.