Take It Off (Market Garden, #2)

Take It Off - L.A. Witt, Aleksandr Voinov This is from Tristan’s POV and the tables have turned. Tristan now feeling a bit vulnerable and unsure about his (new?) feelings for Jared. On the flip side, Jared has gained confidence, gives the appearance as the one in control, which leads to his attempt at getting the sweetest revenge in the sexiest way. Does it mean he wanted to do this for both he and Tristan for the income, have Tristan feel as he did, the revenge factor? Or was he revealing, for both of them, that they share the same feelings for each other that have nothing to do with work. Rolex adds the catalyst for both the exploration and realization Tristan and Jared have, which is a neat turn considering the setting. Love it. All you can do is read to find out and hang on for the ride. Just like their experience, the read itself is both lulling and exciting in the way you find yourself almost losing focus as your vision blurs a bit one minute and then your mouth runs dry the next, anticipating.There is humor, breaks in that façade we all try to maintain to the outside world, confusion and joy.Glimpses. The very last line of the story gives us just that and yet tells us so much more.Don’t walk, run, and keep all hands and feet inside the vehicle at all times… unless you don’t want to. ;)