Asking For Trouble by AJ Sisko ~ Book Review by Zane

81oXq6RRAnL1Title: Asking For Trouble

Author: AJ Sisko

Publisher: Self Published

Cover Artist:

Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars

Publication Date: 09/28/2014

Length: Short Story (<15K)

Genre: Erotica, Gay, Taboo

Blurb:

There’s no place like home…

Ollie is home from college, back to sharing his childhood bedroom with Greg. They haven’t seen each other for a year, and Ollie is anxious to pick up their taboo relationship where they left off— and to take it even further. He’s devastated when it seems like things have cooled off.

While they were growing up, Greg always looked out for him, protected him, and kept him in line when he misbehaved. But now he’s ignoring all of Ollie’s attempts to act like a spoiled brat, no matter how much he needs to be put in his place.

Has their forbidden relationship changed for good? Or can Ollie coax Greg’s firm hand back where it belongs?

This sweet and sexy forbidden romance involves plenty of delicious, over the knee spanking and hot taboo love between two men who know each other very well. Adults only!

My View:

Wow. I’ve read quite a few books this week, but this one stands out. After a string of bad or mediocre books, this one was a welcome treat.

The book starts off with some good tension. You can feel the attraction and the self-doubt. I was able to connect with Ollie quickly and easily understand him. The author created a realistic character that you want to see succeed.

Part of that was accomplished through a short flash back that let you see just how things began, rather than being told. Like a fly on the wall, you get to see how the two young teens fall for each other. Their interactions are cute and awkward, just like you’d expect real experiences to be.

When they finally get passed their self-doubt and hook-up, the sex is extremely hot. None of this shove it in, hump, and finish, stuff. The author did a fantastic job with the foreplay, the tension leading up to the actual sex, and the sex itself.

The only thing I wish the author had given me was a bit of closure. How will the parents react? How will they handle being separated 9 months out of the year? But this is erotica and not a romance, so I can’t fault the author too much.

If you’re a fan of taboo erotica between brothers (or step-brothers in this case) then do yourself a favor and pick this one up. Trust me, you won’t regret it!

Links

Asking For Trouble on Goodreads

Amazon US
Amazon UK
Amazon CA

This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.

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