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Released: Feb. 3, 2014
Series: Market Garden #6
Published by Riptide Publishing
Voinov and Witt excel in creating situations in which they can expertly showcase the emotion they want to present to readers. ~ Under the Covers
Witt and Voinov return with more of the same in the sixth instalment to the Market Garden series. Back at it as one of the best rent boys, Jared and Tristan are about to earn some heavy cash when Rolex steps back into their lives. However, this time, Rolex is interested in taking part in all the action. This puts Jared and Tristan in a difficult spot. Their relationship is blooming and that mean, so does jealously as well. Can the both of them detached their emotions long enough to do business?
Voinov and Witt excel in creating situations in which they can expertly showcase the emotion they want to present to readers. Jealously and love are what they play with this time and it’s fun to see how they both interact with one another. There is another potent feeling that gets explored though and that is lust. When Jared and Tristan are able to come to a comfortable position about where they stand as a couple and establish plans for the future, they can go on with their work again, bringing Rolex back into the mix. However, at the end signal the end for this dynamic threesome. There is a hint of another character, Jason, coming into the mix so I’m curious to see how Rolex will react to him. All in all, PAY OFF is another great instalment to the series.
*ARC provided by publisher
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