Also by this author: After the Fall, Running with Scissors, Hiatus
Series: Market Garden #8
Published by Riptide Publishing on July 13, 2015
Genres: BD/sm, M/M Erotica, M/M Romance, Ménage
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When Blake Raleigh’s favorite rentboys retire from Market Garden, they’re sure their friend Jason will be a perfect replacement. Though Tristan and Jared are a tough act to follow, Blake returns to London to test out their recommendation.
Jason is right on the money. Negotiations turn him on. Getting paid turns him on. The higher the stakes, the hotter things get. Each trip to London is more expensive than the last, and the webcam sessions don’t run cheap, but Jason is well worth the sticker shock.
The more time they spend together, the more Blake wants, and not just sex and transactions. But Jason’s been burned before by men who thought they were in love with him, and he’s not making that mistake again. When the lines between personal and professional start to blur, it’s going to take more than money, jewelry, and sports cars to keep Jason from clocking out and walking away.
Erin: On the Clock is book 8 in the fan-favorite Market Garden series. Like all the others, this one is full of sex. Lots and LOTS of sex. Too much sex. WAY more sex than plot.
We’ve seen both Rolex (Blake) and Jason before. Blake is back at Market Garden looking for someone new to play with now that his two favorite rent boys have retired. Enter Jason. Ohhh my, Jason. He LOVES money, so much so that negotiating his price for a night of pleasure gets him off almost as much as the sex. These two were so intense together. Blake’s voyeurism kink coupled with Jason’s money kink was hot as all get out. This book is told solely from Blake’s POV and I think the book would have been served better if we’d heard from Jason as well. Because we didn’t, Jason’s character fell a bit flat and under-developed. There wasn’t much connection between these two. Yeah, the sex was plentiful (too plentiful) but the relationship aspect between Blake and Jason just wasn’t there for me.
There’s not much story in On the Clock. The writing as always was well done, and so were the sex scenes. I wish I would have connected more with Blake and Jason as a couple as they seem to have potential. This one just fell short short of my expectations.