R. A. Thorn and Detective Cameron Martinez are both looking
for the same thing, or in this case, person, and are staking
out a cabin in hopes of finding him.
The trial starts in just a few days and if the lead
witness doesn’t appear, they both have a lot to lose.
What they have found, though, is a sexy and gorgeous
woman who gives them quite a show instead.
Both R. A. and Cameron assume they know what she is,
but you know that saying about assuming…
Brenna Sheridan has left her Texas home and come in
search of the answers that will help her with a problem she
has had her entire adult life.
She is not expecting the answer to come in the form
of a hunky bounty hunter and a police detective who takes
her breath away.
Brenna is not sure if she can or will be able to tell
them the information they seek, though. The night of
Brenna’s orgasm takes all three of them into an experience
that they cannot and do not want to walk away from.
What started as a deal for information and sex
rapidly turned into so much more.
R. A., Cameron, and Brenna want to work out the rest
of their lives, but there is that trial around the corner
that brought them all together and someone does not want the
witness to show.
Boys and Their Toy
was much more than just erotic; it was also sensual and
intriguing all at once.
R. A. is a tough bounty hunter who can turn into a
marshmallow for the right reason. Cameron is a defender of
justice, but he is very open-minded in his personal life.
Brenna is a woman who just can’t grab that brass ring for
reasons of her upbringing.
All three are sexy in their own right and when they
were all added together, it was almost erotic overload.
However, what drew me into and kept me reading
Dangerous Boys and Their Toy was the deep emotional
healing and bonding that happened between R. A., Cameron,
and Brenna. I
will suggest a tall glass of cold water or maybe a fan to be
kept available while reading, but I know readers will not
want to miss Ms. Black’s adventure on the wild side.
There is so much more I could tell you, but I want
you to experience R. A., Cameron, and Brenna’s adventure
all I’ll add is that Dangerous Boys and Their Toy
is a Joyfully Recommended Read that I’ll be keeping on my