- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 3 hours and 37 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Riptide Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: September 20, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075QNHL3C
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Horny: My Haunted Blender's Gay Love Affair and Other Twisted Tales, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Ryan Caulfield is a devout avoider of risk, so it comes as a surprise when he agrees to help a group of supernatural law enforcers catch Zeus (the god voted Least Likely to Keep It in His Pants). But how could he say no? He’s nothing if not law-abiding, even if it’s a legal code from another plane of existence. Besides, it all seems harmless enough . . . at least until the half-naked and all-hot immortal with wings and horns shows up.
In his century as an investigator for the Olympic pantheon, Leander of the eroté has solved a lot of cases and slept with a lot of humans. But on this investigation, it looks like he won’t be doing either. His assigned task is bogus, and the most alluring mortal he’s ever met is determined to avoid hooking up.
But the pull Leander feels toward Ryan the bartender won’t let him turn his attention away for long. Soon, he finds himself interested in much more than his usual dalliances with mortals. Now if only he can convince Ryan he’s worth the risk.
Sometimes I forget how funny this author's books can be. This was a cheeky good time. The story got off to a bit of a slow start for me and I wasn't too sure about it. It picked up about 30% and took off from there for me. I loved the two main characters together despite it being insta-love. (I hate insta-love in contemporary stories but I give it a lot of slack in paranormal). I also forgot how well this author can write a steamy scene. This two were smoking hot together.
The plot of this was pretty creative and there was a decent amount of world building especially since this is a shorter book. I liked a bunch of the side characters and to be honest I was bummed when I looked for more books in this world and found this was a standalone story. I would love to read more stories about these characters.
This audiobook was narrated by Nick J. Russo and I thought he did a really good job. I've listened to a lot books done by this narrator and I've enjoyed them all. I like the fact that he's consistently good.
This cover was done by Simone and I think it is well done. It is very eye catching and I think it fits the plot well. Between the character and the color it gives it a definite underworld feeling.
Ryan is said owner/operator and bartender of the roadhouse. He’s sort of vowed to cease and desist having empty and anonymous sex. Well, that vow gets put to the test when these demigods descend namely in form of Leander, a son of Eros. Leander is horny and persistent, though he finds this whole mortal seduction thing perplexing. Quite frankly, he’s baffled as to how Ryan is resisting him since it’s obvious he desires him. So what is the ding dang hold up?
All of these demigods are sexed up, randy and they all have a certain charm.
Who doesn’t love a demigod stripper just trying to entertain the masses?
If I was a betting woman I’d say this is the beginning of a series. Horny focuses on Ryan and Leander. A good level of tension between them and some moderately hot sexy times coupled with decent relationship development kept it at a reasonable pace. We do get quite a bit of demigod politics and power structures which didn’t do much for me.
The writing I found to be repetitive what with the bar towels, cutting lemons, bar towels, wiping down the bar… you get the gist. The dialogue is a bit hokey from time to time, but it is fun and fluffy.
A quick, enjoyable and entertaining read.
I am a huge Anne Tenino fan-girl. I have read almost every book that she has written, and her stories are my favorite comfort reads. However, this book was a bumpy ride.
First of all, the beginning of this story was terrible. I hated the lame excuse for these supernatural creatures to invade the bar where our MC, Ryan, worked, and the easy way that everyone accepted the mythological beings. It just didn't make sense to me. The world-building felt rushed and lazy.
I also was super grumpy about the insta-lusty/love between Ryan and Leander. They barely said two words to each other and there were all of these emotions at play. Bleah.
However, at about 50% through the story the tides started turning. The sex scenes picked up and everything got hotter... cuter... way more enjoyable. I began to get into the groove of the story, and my face got all smiley and happy.
If you like mythological beings and gods playing on Earth, light paranormal romance, and some pretty hot sex then you should check this one out. For me, the lackluster start and the lack of a slow-build almost sank this ship before it got out of the harbor.
*Copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review*
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