- Dreamspinner Press
- Release Date
- February 2014
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
At the Under the Table host club, Valentine's Day means one thing: cash. Neglected housewives, newly ex-girlfriends, and lovelorn thirtysomethings pay for the attention of handsome men. Shy bartender Jem has always wanted to be a host, and when the club's owner, Miss Rye, accepts a contract from a MensLove Convention, Jem volunteers to flirt and make out with another host for the ladies' entertainment. Bailey, an older man who's had his eye on Jem, convinces Miss Rye to let him be Jem's partner, and everyone gets more than they expected—especially Jem and Bailey.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Feb 15, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
111 people found the following review helpful
Every now and then, I come across a short story that captures my heart just as much as a full length novel would. This is one of them.
Bailey and Jem were both chosen to "host" a special party at Under the Table. They were instructed to provide entertainment to a group of ladies who love men who love men. Now hold up, where can I sign up for this party? I need to find a club like this. Anyway, as Bailey and Jem began their charade, they quickly discovered that they were both doing more than just playacting.
Bailey and Jem were just adorable together. I loved Jem's shyness and reserved personality. It made him a very likeable and endearing character. Bailey was equally likeable with his 'go get him' attitude. He saw the perfect opportunity to get the guy he wanted and went for it.
There wasn't any unnecessary drama. No conflict just for the sake of a conflict. Thank goodness! They realized they had both been interested in each other for quite some time and that was it. Nothing else was needed. Except the sex, of course.
There were loveable characters, a cute set-up and a really believable romance. This was a perfect, little Valentine's Day romance. Hits the spot for something sweet and yummy.
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