- File Size: 1781 KB
- Print Length: 50 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MYAFG1A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,493,047 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Toys for Boys: Brit Boys Kindle Edition
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I think I'm having a better understanding of BDSM. This short story, I would say is not a dominate and submissive read, it's a couple who enjoy that added kink.
Caradoc Doc Jones aka Doc is an outdoorsman. Walking coast to coast is something he's about to do but now unfortunately not on his own. Will Charles better known as Will effing Charles as Doc would say, we'll just call him Will.
Will is the Alpha of all nerds or so Doc thinks he is. He has a new toy that needs testing out and is going with Doc to record their journey. This shiny new computer tech can take pictures, which it most certainly does, it can record which most definitely does. It can also help navigate, GPS etc.
The pictures that are taken can be described as picturesque, well for the scenery the rest are one hundred percent kinky. Body parts being photographed, things happening to body parts. Who knew the uptight Doc had it on him. I do believe Will is having the time of his life, no matter how wet things become. Pun intended.
This story is told by a writer. I know your thinking well of course it is. No, what I mean is the story starts off with a writer looking for a story then these two guys come from nowhere and share their story then the writer becomes the voyeur. Make sense? Well of course it does, anyway lucky writer, first she gets a totally hot story then gets to watch while two hot males make love the kinky way.
Writers do need to research for the stories they write, what better way than first hand. Seeing actual events played out before your very eyes instead of your imagination running wild and ripping clothes off to get to the goods underneath. LOL!! Listen that's KD excuse and it's very plausible.
I knew going in this would be a hot story. I had no idea how hot and I’m glad…in a good way. Toys for Boys was a delightful and sweltering surprise. I already liked the work of KD Grace and this one is no exception. She even has written herself into the story!
Doc and Will are great together, even when they don’t want to be that way. I loved how the guys were initially polar opposites. Will has charm to boot and when he turns it on… well… Doc wasn’t the only one helpless. I liked Will from the start. The writing flowed well, even when I wasn’t sure initially why the author had written herself into the story. Trust me, it all makes sense in the end and it’s worth the reward. Now writing herself into the book (or a character called KD) could’ve been considered a show of ego, but in this book it’s not. It feels more like a diary entry or a retelling to a friend rather than something one-dimensional. I’m glad the author took the story in this direction. Well worth the effort.
Did I mention it was a hot read? I’ll never look at tree branches, rocks, or even butter exactly the same way again. I won’t spoil the story, but oh… man… It’s sinful. The only thing that marred the story for me was the few typos. One character’s name changed spelling and it confused me for a moment. With another quick pass by an editor and this story will shine brighter. It already shines, but it can be brighter.
If you want a hot story that’s sinfully hot and involves nature, then this is the book for you. Recommended.
originally posted at long and short reviews