Got two hundred and fifty dollars for an hour of fun? Then say hello to Charlie, a hot little rentboy working his way through an engineering degree on his back. He’s got shaggy blond hair that’s great to hang on to while you fuck him from behind, and sweet innocent blue eyes that look very... show more
Got two hundred and fifty dollars for an hour of fun? Then say hello to Charlie, a hot little rentboy working his way through an engineering degree on his back. He’s got shaggy blond hair that’s great to hang on to while you fuck him from behind, and sweet innocent blue eyes that look very enticing when he gazes up at you with your cock in his mouth. That is, until he’s hired by innocent rich boy John Middleton, head of Middleton Communication. John is so far in the closet he could find Narnia. But when John and Charlie get together for an explosive weekend of sex, everything goes to hell
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Pages no: 65
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, New Adult
Series: Working Boys (#1)
I usually have issues with short stories. I always feel like something was missing or the relationship was rushed, but I'm happy to say I didn't feel that way about this one. Charlie/David and John were so cute together, and I didn't feel like anything was missing or rushed.
A sexy short story that I'm not ashamed to admit grabbed my attention because of the Cockboys on the cover. Thankfully, it also had a strong narrative style, two fully-realized main characters, and a happy ending (get your minds out of the gutter!) that felt... hopeful.
I have to say I absolutely adore this story. It is such a step away from what I have come to expect from a book by J.P. Barnaby. Don’t get me wrong, I love all of her previous books, but there is usually a very wounded boy or two in her stories, and plenty of angst and other dramas that pull your he...
°•○★5 Stars - KAPOW★○•°A "Live Your Life, Buy The Book" ReviewThis book has one of my absolute favourite tropes… Rentboys. Add a new (to me) author in JP Barnaby. Yep. This book was all mine :-) and damn but it was good! A whore with a heart and a john that actually is a John, who falls in love – I ...