- File Size: 4386 KB
- Print Length: 60 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 22, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NAELOK8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,165,204 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Doctor's Orders: A Kinky Gay Romance Novella Kindle Edition
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This story is about a pair of hot medical professionals who are over-worked and can't get the alone time they so badly desire. Blake Colville is a doctor, no specialty specified, while his partner Aaron Miller is a hospital porter. (To be honest, I had never heard of that title so I had to look it up. It's a job title only in the UK. It's basically the errand runners for the nurses or physicians that essentially fills the gaps.) Even though the two live together, they are often on opposite schedules cutting into their quality time. Blake plans a hot weekend away for Aaron's birthday so they can catch up on all they have been missing without interruption. That's when things get really hot!
These boy are really into the kink. It starts off mild and moves into things I've never even heard of before. That’s where they lost me. It takes you out of the story if you have to stop to look up stuff. The stuff I had to look up was way past the common paddles and handcuffs. It was also past my level of interest. I know it's about mutual pleasure and the act of submitting is part of that pleasure, but I would have had to use my safe word, sorry.
Thankfully that is not what it ended on. The story brought us on back to the love they share for each other and closed out with a romantic interlude to leave you all warm fuzzy! So despite the little part in the middle, it was overall a great story!
The narrator was Peter Revel-Walsh. His voice is pleasant and enjoyable to listen to and as for the story voice, and the non-main character voices, it was easy to distinguish the differences. As for the two main characters it gets a bit confusing. Blake is the dominant one so the more demanding words often come from him, but sometimes you just can't tell who is talking. It's not a huge deal because either way it's still just the two of them and they are H-O-T-!
Overall I give this 4 of 5 stars!
This book was given to me for free at my request in exchange for an unbiased review.
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And If you want a book that is basically all sex with a little bit of story thrown in this is it. you've picked the right book.
The two men. Aaron and Blake have been together a decade. There wasn't a whole lot of character development, or backstory on their relationship but I don't think it was really needed for this short book. Even after being together for so long they still like to meet up for hot sex in empty random rooms at the hospital where they work. They get some time off work to go away on vacation for Aarons birthday. That pretty much sums up the entire story of the book.. Every Single Other Thing is SEX. I had Zero clue that there was a BDSM aspect in this book before getting into it, but it does, and this book is Dirty and Hot. And made even hotter by the narration.
This is romantic erotica... I expected hot and kinky. And Lucy Felthouse doesn't disappoint. There is bdsm, mostly mainstream fare between a loving couple. I'm trying to avoid spoilers but there is one noticeable exception which amped up the play.
What was a surprise, and a happy surprise at that, was that I enjoyed the characters' softer and tender moments just as much. I liked that this story revolved around an established couple. The caring, and the trust, were believable and present even during the sexy scenes. It was also enjoyable not to have manufactured drama...
As for the audiobook, I hadn't listened to this narrator before and he did a good job and enhanced the story. There was no hesitancy during the sex scenes and that accent just amped up the heat! If you're not sure about accents, give the sample a listen before you pass on this. You might find yourself liking what you hear - I know I did.
Overall, this was steamy read/listen. It is a solid 3.5 stars, rounded up to 4. It was a fun way to spend an hour and a half. While I might not listen to it repeatedly, it was definitely an enjoyable listen.
I received a free audiobook in in exchange for an honest review.
In this particular book, our leading men are already in a relationship. That allows this book to jump right into the sex while maintaining the healthy relationship between the characters.
This story is free of drama. It is full of fun, love, and sexy times. It is smut for the sake of smut.
And sometimes that's really all you need in a book. Smutty smut. No drama. Love.
Thanks for the light read, Ms. Felthouse. I needed this break from the drama.
Aaron and Blake work in the same hospital and are partners.
Both work opposite shifts and make do with quick liaisons in boom cupboards. Arron is not expecting anything special for his birthday but once such quickie soon leaves him looking forward to a real treat - a weekend away. Can the boys stay awake to enjoy themselves?
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