Book Reviews

Payoff (Market Garden 6) by Aleksandr Voinov and L.A. Witt at Riptide Publishing

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Rent Boys/Escorts/Porn Stars / Multiple Partners / BDSM / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 07-August-2018

Book Blurb

Tristan and Jared have got it made. When they aren’t raking in the cash together at Market Garden, they’re burning up their own sheets and getting closer by the day. But something isn’t right. Tristan’s on edge, and Jared doesn’t understand why.

Before they can hash things out, their services are requested by none other than Rolex. And Rolex doesn’t just want to be a bystander this time. He wants Jared while Tristan watches, and he’s more than willing to pay for it.

But Tristan’s reached a breaking point, and even that huge wad of cash might not be enough to keep tonight’s arrangement from crashing and burning.



First edition published by Riptide Publishing in February 2014.


Book Review

Tristan and Jared are back! They are two of the hottest rent boys Market Garden has to offer, but this time the heat between them isn’t just physical. They find themselves in a terrible predicament (one that has been coming since the end of the second book, as far as I am concerned) when Tristan realizes he doesn't want to share Jared with any of their johns any longer. Even worse, it all comes to a head when they're actually with a client – none other than their favorite, Rolex. What a setup for this installment!

Tristan has been "chewing" on his and Jared's relationship for a while. He enjoys their private time more and more, and if he were honest with himself, he'd admit that he simply wants to stop being a rent boy. Of course, it's not as easy as all that, but deep-down he is ready for more. Since he is a professional and has to make money somehow, he probably lets this fester longer than he should. Suddenly he cannot stand the thought of Rolex kissing Jared – never mind more than that!

Jared isn’t sure what is wrong with Tristan, but he feels the need for them to talk, and he wants to do it sooner rather than later. It's not as "urgent" for him as it suddenly becomes for Tristan, but he has the same feelings about needing something different with the man he has fallen for (and yes, he doesn’t want to admit it either!).

The compromise they find for the immediate situation - with Rolex wanting to part with a lot of cash for their services – is not only super hot, but gives all three men what they want. If you like your short stories super-hot, and if you're curious where Tristan and Jared end up, you should buy this story. Like with the first two, just make sure you have some ice water and/or a fan handy as you go through it and be ready to close the book with a big smile on your face. I certainly did!





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 52 pages/13500 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 19-July-2018
Price $2.99 ebook
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