Lucky by J.J. Massa
Finding Lucky Jacobson bent over and all
sleepy-sexy was a dream come true. How could a man resist
making a move on him at the end of his shift?
Lucky is an incredibly hot
interlude between two police officers, one who has dreamed
about a particular man from afar and the other who is caught
up in the feelings aroused in him. I loved the glimpse into
their relationship, and the hints about the future between
Signet and Silk by J.J. Massa
Standing at the photocopier at work,
Landon Kelly couldnít get his mind off lawyer Pierce Andersís
silk boxers. When Pierce comes up behind him, and teaches him
a few tricks against the photocopier, he canít believe his
luckÖespecially when Pierce makes it clear that he wants to
see him again.
Signet and Silk is the
first story in a series about two intriguing characters. The
sex is hot, the emotions are clear, and Signet and Silk
is a great snapshot of what can happen when youíre caught
staring in a menís room.
Bar Back by J.J. Massa
His little bar back was late, and he
wasnít going to tolerate that, until he found out the reason.
It seems that his bar back needs to be dominated, put in his
place. Heís more than willing to teach the bar back what to
do, right up against the bar itself.
Bar Back is a
mouth-watering interlude that has so much sexual tension I was
panting to see what would happen next. Everyone should be
lucky enough to have a submissive bar back at his or her beck
Into the Light by Illian Obsidian
Pan is trying real hard to be happy for
his best friend, Rengal. Rengalís going to be joined to a
female and Pan canít bring himself to let his friend know his
feelings for him. Itís a good thing Rengal decides to listen
to the rumors swirling about Pan. He has one night of pleasure
left as a single male and heís decided to spend it with Pan.
Can they leave it at just one night?
Into the Light starts with
heartbreak and builds into incredible love. Pan and Rengal
are two best friends who have such history together. Pan canít
control his feelings for Rengal, and I was so happy that he
was able to get a shot at true happiness.
Lifeís Mysteries by J.J. Massa
Waking up in unfamiliar surroundings, he
should be terrified, but he isnít truly afraid until he
realizes he has no idea who he is, or where he is. When a man
comes out of the shower, calling himself Zeus and crawling
into bed with him, Philippe must figure out whatís going on.
Lifeís Mysteries had me
experiencing the confusion and lust right along with Philippe
as he tried to figure out what was going on, finally losing
himself to the luscious man in his bed.
Trial and Error by Illian Obsidian
Lawyer Clint Reese canít keep his mind,
or his eyes, off opposing attorney Jonathon Williams. Itís
been too long since he last had a bed partner, but he canít
think of anyone but Jonathon at the moment. After kissing him
in the elevator, and having Jonathon follow him home, Clint
finally has what he wants. Can their weekend of love last
further than Sunday night?
Clint and Jonathon was a fun couple to
watch grow together in Trial and Error. Jonathon
had never thought about being with another man, and I loved
how natural and realistic his feelings were. I thoroughly
enjoyed reading about their time together.
Learning Curve by J.J. Massa
Kean McDare canít stop thinking about his
professor, which is ridiculous seeing as Keanís an older
student who just wants his degree. Caught daydreaming in
class, heís asked to meet Richard Wyeth during his office
hours. He doesnít expect to find the professor at one of his
jobs the next day naked with another man, and he doesnít
expect to get propositioned himself.
Learning Curve is still one
of my favorite J.J. Massa tales, even after rereading it time
and time again. The combination of an unsure man, learning
about what he wants and needs, coupled with the self-assured
Professor gets me every time.
Get Lucky is a compilation
of sweet and sexy stories, some told from the first person and
most allowing only the barest glimpse into the lives of the
characters. I felt like a voyeur for most of Get Lucky,
unbearably caught up in the lives and loves of the people
within. Separately, the stories in Get Lucky are
wonderful, although some are stronger than others. Put
together into a single anthology the short stories complement
each other, playing off each otherís strengths and weakness,
and the final result of Get Lucky is