Title: U.K. Kink
Babysitting a British dance troupe isn’t one of Caitlin’s career aspirations, but before she can say “male strippers”, she finds herself the newly appointed caretaker for the Fire from Lancashire. Keeping five gorgeous guys on task is hard enough; living under the same roof with the luscious lads is near torture, especially when one begins starring in her naughtiest fantasies. Too bad about that “no fraternization” clause in her contract…
With a single kiss, Cait went from sweet caretaker to must-have sexual conquest. Oliver wants the voluptuous beauty badly, contracts and clauses be damned. Then one of his mates comes up with a way for Oliver to get his cake while the rest eat too. Their employer might fire one man for ravishing Cait...but certainly not all of them. Right? After one taste, Oliver knows she’s definitely worth the risk of finding out.
Author: Silence O'Shea
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: His Right Hand
Published by Broken Silence Books Source: Author
Published: 25 April, 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
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A fun read from start to finish: who wouldn’t want to be den mother to 5 gorgeous male strippers? Well, aside from the fact that you are bound by the no fraternization clause and laundry and cleaning is involved. Cait is cleverly portrayed and developed, with a genuine sense of caring for the five men who perform as “Fire from Lancashire” in this male review. We enter their story two years in, so everyone has a sense of ‘family’ and we have a chance to get Cait’s version of the different personalities in the house.
When the attraction between Oliver, the choreographer and unspoken leader of the group flares, Cait does her best to ignore and hide from the magnetic pull. A surprise birthday party with Cait as the guest of honor endangers all of the members of this troupe. With a MMFMM and one M watching: a scene to make everyone sweat! The sex is steamy, the story is cute and the emotional connection between all of the characters is apparent: especially with Oliver and his feelings for Cait.
I think this is the start of a whole series of stories: whether about these men in particular or the various troupes that comprise the UK Kink brand, I’m not certain. But it was everything I look for in a short steamy read with characters that not only ‘read’ well, but feel real and set the stage for more to come.
I received an eBook from the author for purpose of honest review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions were my own responsibility.