I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Released: Mar. 31, 2014
Series: Market Garden #7
Published by Riptide Publishing
IF IT DRIVES is such a sexy book, it should come with a warning. Witt and Voinov manage to take a beloved character and give him the happily-ever-after he deserved, all while keeping the filth that has made this series so addicting. ~ Under the Covers
IF IT DRIVES is a book that I’ve been eagerly awaiting. This is James’s book. If you don’t know who James is, he is the lovely man who visits Market Garden often and really spices things up with our favourite rentboys. I’ve been looking forward to this book because I find that he adds such a presence to the books he was previously in and everyone needs a HEA right?
Callum is James’s driver so he knows that James likes to visit the Market Garden often to get what he needs. However, Cal has been harbouring these feelings for James for awhile now and is finding it more and more difficult to stay detached. One night leads into a blazing infatuation, causing Cal to wonder if he has what it really takes to keep James interested in him, especially when he has so many rentboys at the ready. This is where he goes to Nick, a character we all know and love already, to help him see if he has what it takes to be the Dom that James needs.
With James and Cal, you have one smoking hot book already. But Witt and Voinov also throw in one scene involving Nick. I will admit, it might be one of my favourite scenes in this whole entire series. It’s fun, sexy and Nick always makes me smile with his sadistic ways.
IF IT DRIVES is such a sexy book, it should come with a warning. Witt and Voinov manage to take a beloved character and give him the happily-ever-after he deserved, all while keeping the filth that has made this series so addicting.
*ARC provided by publisher
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