The Tradesman's Entrance
Publish date: May 23rd 2011
Publisher: Vagabondage Press LLC
Pages no: 47
The premise of this short book is good: repressed writer meets hot sexy plumber. What could have been a good pwp funny read turned out to be an annoying meaningless exchange between a whining writer and a rude British sex god.
An okay story of a sexual encounter between a repressed writer of bodice ripper romances and the plumber that comes to unclog his pipes. For me, the story moved just a bit too quickly, and Stephen's transition from hostility to sex was a bit too abrupt for me. I found the characters, especially Step...
3.5 starsThis short was quite a JOY to read. Even if it was very British, and I didn't understand some of the slang words, it was still pretty entertaining. Some of the lines here were totally quote worthy. It got few chuckles from me (like I said in my status, "reading all those Merlin/Arthur fics ...
This had me laughing. Dave and Stephen are a study in contrasts but they complimented each other really nicely. Every little reveal that Dave got out of Stephen was golden and the end had me grinning. Cute, funny story.
I re-read this while a rather fine young plumber was bent under my kitchen sink this afternoon and am bumping it up to 5 stars cause Stephen (a.k.a Patience DeVere) and David are even more bloody awesome the second time round. Dave runs the edge of the scissors teasingly down Stephen’s thigh and ca...
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