- Riptide Publishing
- Release Date
- June 2013
- Book 4 of Market Garden
If it flies, drives, or fornicates, it's cheaper to rent it.
Nick is a top earner in the Market Garden, where rentboys fulfill their high-rolling clients' every sexual fantasy. As a Dom and a sadist, he sets his own price and is experienced enough not to let any client get out of hand. He's damn good at his job, and it's easy money.
Or at least it used to be. But now he has a boyfriend. Spencer is a former client, a closeted corporate lawyer, and so beautifully submissive he's perfect for Nick. He doesn't even mind how Nick earns a living. He just wants to take care of Nick-something Nick isn't quite sure how to handle.
In fact, Nick's clearly off his game these days. Sure, he's tired from his shift work and his studies, but mainly he's bored by his clients and distracted by thoughts of Spencer-dangerous for everyone when he's wielding a whip. Now Nick has to make a choice: give up his independence, or walk away from the only man he's ever loved.
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Jul 29, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
112 people found the following review helpful
Another hit for the Market Garden series. These books are the perfect mix of hot and sweet, and IF IT FORNICATES is no exception.
In the previous book in this series, Spencer convinces Nick they can have a relationship without Nick giving up his job, where he works as an expensive rentboy at Market Garden. In this book, we find that Nick is the one struggling with his chosen profession, not Spencer. Nick is losing his focus and concentration, which can be dangerous for a Dom who gets paid well to inflict pain on his customers. Nick is finding it difficult to stop thinking about Spencer and how much being with him seems to center Nick's fraying emotions.
The idea of a committed relationship between a Dom rentboy and a high powered lawyer is preposterous, but these authors make it work. The story and all of the emotions mixed into it are so genuine and heartfelt that you believe the love. Spencer is in love with Nick and is not willing to give that up because of Nick's unusual job. Spencer is not nagging Nick to quit or trying to make Nick feel bad about what he does. When Nick starts to express some work dissatisfaction, Spencer simply encourages him to explore his feelings and figure out what is going on in his head. It just so happens that Spencer is having some of the same feelings about his work, so the two are able to explore their relationship and grow closer over this bond. When both men figure out what it is that will make them truly happy, it has the potential to change their relationship forever.
This entire series, including IF IT FORNICATES, has been a hit and so much fun to read. I am looking forward to the fifth book very much.
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