- File Size: 1185 KB
- Print Length: 292 pages
- Publisher: InterMix (February 21, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 21, 2017
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01G2X2GN2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #264,856 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Midtown Masters (A Sins in the City Novel) Kindle Edition
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This book is fresh, sexy, funny, and very modern. One could complain that it moves slowly. But it's not boring. There is no artificial drama. The story moves along like real life. Characters grow, discover, and mature at a believable pace. It surprised me that the sexiest scene in the book for me (a decidedly heterosexual female) was actually the M/M scene. Incredibly erotic.
Naturally, the sexy times are hot, but it's the slow burn of one character discovering himself and his sexuality that really makes it.
If you're a fan, this'll be one of your favorites, and if you haven't yet discovered all the goodness of C.M's writing, this is as good a place as any to start.
Lordy but this was a unique read. So the basic gist is that Suzy and her best friend, Meyer, have an arrangement. A pervy one at that! They...perform live porn for select clients who want to see their kinky filthy fantasies acted out live on screen for them. Yep. They decided to have a little fun with each other for a year to help pay off debt and save up a little extra. And while the sex is fantastic things are maybe getting a little stale. Until a new client sparks their curiosity with their completely vanilla and sweet requests.
OMG. First. The heat. Yall this book was intense and insanely hot. The chemistry between Suzy, Meyer and their client was phenomenal. Like totally make your breath catch and your heart race. It was fantastic. Erotic and filthy. Tender and sweet. It was just. *fans self*
And these three. I loved them. Suzy was bold, sexy, full of heart and tenderness. Meyer a total perv (in a fun way!) and in your face sexy but emotionally closed off. And then Lindsay. Lindsay, their client, stole my heart. A writer that was traumatized by a sexual experience when young and is shy, awkward, inexperienced and just desperate for understanding and touch.
I just. Yall. They were such a unique group and their dynamic so damn interesting. They're all older (30s/40s) and have had such different experiences and walks of life-- from race to profession to sexual experience--but they worked together. It was amazing seeing all of them get something out of their venture into menage.
All in all, Midtown Masters was a thrillingly unique read. While the ending was a little bittersweet for me I loved every page and getting to peek into the lives of three very different individuals and seeing where a little sexual adventure took them.
Soo-jn Park (Suzy) and Meyer Cohen run a very lucrative business allowing people to view and direct them under the names of the married Mr. and Mrs. Parks. It's a one year deal for them, then they go their separate ways. But there's this one customer of theirs that we meet at the very beginning. Lindsay. Lindsay is allllllllll about Suzy's pleasure and instructing just this. To the point that Suzy has kind of a girl crush on her. But when Lindsey turns out to be John Lindsay? Wow...that's when it gets REALLY interesting!!
Meyer, we find at at the beginning of the read, is bi. Watching the dynamics of the two, then three, is awe inspiring. I love McKenna as an author and this series is definitely one you don't want to miss!!
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