Turnabout is foreplay.
High-end Market Garden rentboys Tristan and Jared have found their niche. Men are willing to pay good money to watch Tristan tease Jared, and the two of them seduce London’s elite with sex and power games.
Except Tristan is less and less interested in getting money out of the johns these days. He wants his partner in crime, and he wants the seduction to be real. But is Jared just in this for the pay?
When Rolex, the john who started it all, returns to Market Garden, the boys jump on the opportunity to service him—and each other—for a fresh pile of cash. Rolex isn’t the only one itching for a rematch, though. Jared’s been waiting for a chance to get back at Tristan for teasing him so mercilessly the first time.
And for a former stripper, revenge is a dish best served extra hot.
This was a fun short read. Tristan doesn't really come out and say that he has feelings for Jared but he definitely makes it clear that he wants to get more physically involved with Jared outside of work. I wish that there had been more talk about how Tristan felt for Jared. Jared plays with Tristan while they work and he uses the work to get back at Tristan for teasing him in earlier encounters. I think the two of them work well together in this story. They have a great give and take in their relationship. They also communicate well. I liked the dynamic between the two. It was also nice to see that the two of them were on even footing in this instance. One was not always the stronger one. All around, I liked this book.
You can click here to find this series on Goodreads. L. A. Witt can be found on her website and Aleksandr Voinov can be found on his. Both have other series' and more information available on their respective website. I give If It Flies 3 Fairies for a strange situation with the possibility of feelings but I would have liked more heart.