Book two in the Bad Boyfriends series
What does it take to bring a slow simmer to a rolling boil?
Sean Rourke is hiding in plain sight as a Bad Boyfriends A-list escort, hoping to dodge the bullet from a few career missteps.
Mike Douglas' financial backing and very special negotiating skills have him partnering not-so-silently at Bad Boyfriends, as well as running a training center for athletes and gym rats.
Eying each other at a distance is all they've allowed themselves until a joint special project at a seaside retreat in the Hamptons, entertaining a wily Boston attorney, shows them exactly how well they fit together, in more ways than simply business as usual.
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Enjoyable story and superb narration.
I enjoyed this fast paced story, especially the scenes set at the beach house as Sean and Mike act on their attraction to each other. The sexual tension is high and their sex scenes are smoking throughout. I also liked the little twists along the way as the plot becomes more complex, such as when it becomes apparent there's more to their assignment to babysit lawyer Lovett Junior than it appears at first. I found Junior's voyeur scene hilarious too.
Nya’s writing style is highly original, filled with dry, snarky humour that makes the story witty and entertaining.
Michael’s narration is superb. He gives the characters their own distinct and recognisable voice, each subtly different yet matching their personalities. His timing is spot on too, particularly in delivering the humorous quips, and although generally softly spoken his voice is full of emotion and expression.