GBLT Contemporary m/m
Blurb: Twenty-two-year-old Mexican hottie Jaime believed in romance once-and proved it by moving away a year and a half ago from his hometown of Houston to Philadelphia, with his much older boyfriend, to start a new life. It was his first relationship, and Jaime wanted to be the best boyfriend he could be-but after catching Brian in an affair, Jaime put together what money he could by stripping, and boarded a bus for home again. Back in Houston and renting a room in a beautiful home on the southwest side of the city, thanks to a kind lady with a big heart, his first day there Jaime meets the lady's son, PJ, who's home for the weekend from college. Tall, well-built, with thick dark hair and big brown eyes, PJ is super-hot…and super straight. He regards Jaime as a buddy immediately, and invites him out to the backyard pool for a swim-a swim that reveals not only the boner Jaime sports for PJ in his too-tight Speedo, but also PJ's open-mindedness to try something new with the hot young Mexican in his mama's house. Horseplay with a beach ball turns quickly into who can get whose swimsuit off first, and winds up with Jaime stretched out on-and tied down to-a poolside lounger, PJ showing his new buddy he's on top of things…literally.
Warnings: This title contains graphic language, m/m sex, light bondage, and foot fetishism.
Review: Have you ever had your toe sucked? Read PJ's Pool Party and you’ll want to. I’m a devoted fan of Kris Klein’s work and this story is just as entertaining, just as hot and just as naughty as his other pieces. It was everything I expect—tight writing and yep, tight asses.
Jamie knows his love life sucks, that in his relationship with Brian, he’s been the only one invested. Packing his bags, he makes for better pastures…um rather poolside luxury. Now all he needs is a little balm to his ego. PJ’s balm is the most wickedly erotic kind of salve. Lots of creamy decadence. (oh yeah, you know what I mean by creamy! Great climatic sex.) PJ's Pool Party is a rousing encounter that leaves almost everything out in the open.