Author: Jordan Castillo Price
Publisher: JCP Books
Cover Artist: Jordan Castillo Price
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 02/23/2016
Length: Short Story (<15K)
Genre: M/M Romance
Victor Bayne might not be handy when it comes to carpentry, but if there’s one tool he does know how to wield, it’s the tiny metal doohickey that comes with ready-to-assemble furniture from SaverPlus.
The shelves aren’t for the cannery—Vic would never manage to sneak cheap pressboard and veneer past Jacob’s watchful eyes. Jacob’s Uncle Leon, however, is nowhere near as fussy. And since he’s only got one arm, he’ll need help putting together his new treasure.
It’s no surprise to find the instructions baffling and convoluted…but were they always so disturbingly dirty?
This PsyCop interlude is a cute, sexy romp that will delight readers who’ve enjoyed the series through PsyCop #3, Body and Soul.
It is no secret I adore this series and Wood is a fine addition to it. It doesn’t really add anything but it is nice to see the guys again and get a little sexy time. It is short but humorous! I always like seeing Vic and Jacob interacting as a couple.
Make sure to take the time to read the “about this story” as it is interesting and casts some light on Vic’s personality.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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