Dana's job title is scientist, not babysitter. She's irritated when her boss slates her to accompany department bad boys Christopher and Jason to a meeting in London on her weekend off. Since her job transfer to England, she's hidden her attraction to the much younger men. Unfortunately, the attraction seems to be growing every day, and every night she fantasises about them. Three days virtually alone with them will be no fantasy and might instead be an embarrassing disaster. But...Jason and Christopher have had their eyes on Dana since she joined their department.
Through a little finagling, they've arranged for her to be part of this trip. They're sure her project is a spot-on compliment to theirs and her presence will be an ideal addition to their bed. Now all they have to do is convince her that the bad boys will make her perfect boy toys. Forever.
©2008 Ashley Ladd (P)2009 Ashley Ladd
"Boy Toys: Is pure erotic pleasure!...The novella’s hot and steamy samplings of the delights of a ménage a` trois between an older woman a two younger men were bold and spicy. Dana’s introduction into the carnal pleasures of a threesome were tastefully written and left this reader wanting more." (Night Owl Romance)
"This quick-paced novella is a delightful morsel that entertains and brings the heat. Boy Toys will leave you needing a glass of ice water and a towel....Boy Toys is a must own novella written by a must have author." (ECata Romance Reviews)
Is very hard to identify who's talking since she doesn't change the voice, nor take a breath in between characters.
Taking on he assumption that our female lead has gotten to know the guys over some time, you can buy into "Love" after less than 24 hours of them getting together. I think that Paulin should consider revamping the story. It seemed a little dated with some of the odd choices in vocabulary.
She most certainly needs a new narrator. I use noise canceling ear buds when I listen to books and this audio book was well below sub-par. The narrator was one of the worst I've listened to. There was no voice inflections between the narrative and the characters and the "he said" and "she said" was the only way to tell who just spoke.
The story was slow and not very exciting. The Daly series has connections and relationships. In this case the "boy toys" were not that strong masculine players we've come to love.
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