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Posted March 7, 2014
Really enjoy Alexsandr Voinov's writing style and have loved every book of his I've read. I highly recommend this series to anyone who's into intensely erotic and sensual scenes. The only thing I would change is the length of the books. It would be great to have multiple scenes in every book that would allow a deeper look into the minds and bodies of the characters, because the characters are HOT HOT HOT!
*Check out Alexsandr Voinov's website for his FANTASTIC Special Forces stories. They are second to none!
Posted July 30, 2013
Posted March 24, 2013
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Leigh & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog
Good God Almighty – just when you think Witt and Voinov couldn’t write anything hotter than QUID PRO QUO, they prove you wrong with the ever-scorching TAKE IT OFF.” ~Under the Covers
Good God Almighty – just when you think Witt and Voinov couldn’t write anything hotter than QUID PRO QUO, they prove you wrong with the ever-scorching TAKE IT OFF.
TAKE IT OFF picks up a little while after QUID, and we again find Tristan and Jared at the Market Garden waiting for some work to come their way. Since their insanely sexy-hot time together in QUID, they have become the guys that clients love to hire together to fulfill their fantasies. And that seems to suit these fellows just fine, especially Tristan. Tristan was the one with major experience under his belt (pun not intended) in QUID, and Jared both looked up to and had a crush on him. In this installment of the series, it seems that the reverse has happened. Jared is a lot more confident in himself now, he has an extra (and very sexy) strut in his step, and he doesn’t hesitate with calling some of the shots. Working with Tristan in QUID was a dream come true for Jared, but now, Tristan is the one we see who wants Jared. It may be just due to the change in perspective (in TAKE, everything is told from Tristan’s point-of-view), but I love the way that Witt and Voinov have done it, and changed it up for the reader.
Enter Rolex, the same john who hired them in QUID. He comes back and hires Jared and Tristan for what will hope to be another amazing night where Tristan gets Jared all to himself and doesn’t have to share. Rolex is a voyeur, after all. However, the john does change things up a bit, and holy crap, he changes it up so very, very well! The change puts a lot of power in Jared’s hands, and we get to see him tease Tristan and pay him back for the how he teased and drove Jared crazy previously. Jared’s skills and confidence ooze right off the page, as do the effects that they have on Tristan. And trust me when I say that all of that oozes right off the page and doubly effects the reader. *PHEW!*
TAKE IT OFF is an extremely and insanely sexy story. While it is a short story and fully erotic, Witt and Voinov are able to master telling the story so that the plot is as strong and well-developed as the scorching sex. Having things told from Tristan’s point of view also gave the reader insight into his sexy mind, and it was nice to see that he has a healthy dose of a crush on Jared, just like we saw from Jared in QUID. And without giving it away, I’ll just say that I am so thankful to Rolex for deciding to take advantage of Jared’s major skill set to seduce Tristan (and himself). Witt and Voinov wrote it so well, I could picture every moment beautifully in my mind. So, run – don’t walk – to your favorite e-book retailer and get this book. It is one not to be missed, and I cannot wait to read the next!
*Review copy provided by publisher
Posted February 26, 2013
Once again I got to visit with Tristan and Jared from Market Garden, only this time around it wass Tristan's turn to experience the frustration of delayed gratification.
Since the first encounter that took place in Quid Pro Quo, Tristan and Jared have been teaming up to bring pleasure to the Johns that frequent Market Garden. Although the money has been good and the encounters get hotter each time, Tristan wants more from Jared than the time spent working with him. He is not sure how Jared feels about this and he fears that his chance for exploring their connection has gone by. He is currently thinking about his options and how best to bring the subject up when Mr. Rolex walks in with another offer the boys can't refuse.
And so it begins.
A limo ride. A hotel chair. Kylie!!!
From the start I could see that Tristan was overwhelmed by his attraction for Jared, but it wasn't until they got into the limo that I truly got a glimpse of how conflicted he truly was. His usual composure was shot to to pieces and his every thought centered in how to make Jared his. And then he sat in the hotel chair, the music started and Jared began moving.
Aleksandr Voinov and L.A. Witt have ratcheted the lust factor to NUCLEAR HOT on this second installment of the Market Garden series. But the most surprising thing of all is the character's connection. After having read Quid Pro Quo I wondered if these guys would develop something more than a working relationship. I knew Jared had a huge crush on Tristan, but I didn't know how Tristan felt about him because he seemed so in control all the time. And how I enjoyed seeing him out of his head in lust.
Oh Lordy! This was a ride I won't soon forget. Gyrations, licks, nips and thrusts. Lust, yearning, seduction. Here, there, everywhere. My only job was to sit back and enjoyed the show. And enjoy I did!
There are no words for me to describe what happens next since it's something you have to read to get the whole experience for yourself, but I will say that is was extraordinary. From the first piece of clothing taken off to Tristan's proposal to Jared in the end, the authors really outdid themselves. I was hot and bothered, expectant and completely engrossed in the scene as it played out. And the best part of it all is that I finally got into Tristan mind, so I can better understand the connection that goes along with the chemistry these guys share.
I had been anticipating the release of this title ever since I read the previous one and my eagerness was not helped every time I came across the author's interactions on Twitter while I was lurking observing quietly my Twitter feed. I am happy to say that Take It Off was everything I expected and then some!
I received this title from Riptide Publishing from NetGalley in exchange of my honest opinion.
Posted March 18, 2013
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