Several months into the romance phase of their lifelong relationship, Cal Jerome and Ian Jeffries, of Go Fish fame, are just returning home from a vacation on the Jerome ranch and enjoying a taste of home that involves backyard barbecue and watermelon. Ian's never been particularly suave, so it's no surprise he ends up wearing more watermelon than he eats. Completely turned on by the image of Ian covered in watermelon juice, and now, equipped with a handy dandy rind with which to staunch the trademark Ian Jeffries mood-thrashing rhetoric, Cal decides sweet with a side of salty makes for spicy hot fun.
This one was great!
HT Murray has provided another look at Cal and Ian, who had to work so hard to get together in Go Fish. (Hmm, I read it, why didn't I review it? Maybe before…?) That was cute, and had some surprising, and, you'd think, unsexy elements to it, but it worked out great. Now the guys are back.
I love an 'established couple' story, because the story doesn't always have to be some potential couple-shattering event. Sometimes, it's all about the moment. Sticky Fingers is all about the moment, a sweet, salty, sexy, loving, teasing, happy moment that made me smile and be glad to spend the money and the time.
Hot fun. Loved it. Buy it here. Now.
5 of 5 on Goodreads.