Boy Toys Part of the Circle of Three Series Dana s job title is scientist not babysitter She s irritated when her boss slates her to accompany department bad boys Christopher and Jason to a meeting in London

  • Title: Boy Toys
  • Author: Brynn Paulin
  • ISBN: 9781907010644
  • Page: 244
  • Format: ebook
  • Part of the Circle of Three Series Dana s job title is scientist not babysitter She s irritated when her boss slates her to accompany department bad boys, Christopher and Jason, to a meeting in London on her weekend off Since her job transfer to England, she s hidden her attraction to the much younger men Unfortunately, the attraction seems to be growing every day and ePart of the Circle of Three Series Dana s job title is scientist not babysitter She s irritated when her boss slates her to accompany department bad boys, Christopher and Jason, to a meeting in London on her weekend off Since her job transfer to England, she s hidden her attraction to the much younger men Unfortunately, the attraction seems to be growing every day and every night she fantasises about them Three days virtually alone with them will be no fantasy and might instead be an embarrassing disaster But Jason and Christopher have had their eyes on Dana since she joined their department Through a little finagling they ve arranged for her to be part of this trip They re sure her project is a spot on compliment to theirs and her presence will be an ideal addition to their bed Now all they have to do is convince her that the bad boys will make her perfect boy toys Forever Reader Advisory This story was released as part of the Brit Party Anthology by Total E Bound and is linked to the Circle of Three Series

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    One thought on “Boy Toys”

    1. So this was relatively short, but not short-short. I got a feel for her character not a ton about the boys, but that's OK this whole thing was basically about her. I loved the reference to Cranston at the end. I did want to smack the girl a couple of times though. She was SO quick to think she was their babysitter, they didn't want her, it wouldn't last, they'd easily leave her, etc. But I guess she went through a rough period with her ex, so maybe it's understandable. Nice story, though.

    2. Short, sweet and HOT.I love stories of couple or 3's that there's a hidden interest that is discovered. When the surprise of the other party's attraction is revealed, in this story the 2 younger men attempt to persue the older woman who has no clue they are interested. But she fantasizes about them for months before the truth is out in the open. The sex is hot, kinky and total worth the wait. Futures are planned and the love that blossoms between them is strong.

    3. My review cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed: joyfullyreviewed/revieScientist Dana isn’t too thrilled when she’s assigned to accompany co-workers Christopher and Jason to a meeting in London. She’s working on a totally different project and sees no reason the two men need a babysitter. Furthermore, spending a weekend with Jason and Christopher, both ten years younger than she and devastatingly sensual, will be nothing but torture. The two of them fill her dreams, but having an ex-husband [...]

    4. Dana thinks that she can have a great weekend and play with the boys from work. But Jason and Christopher turn the tables on her and soon have her just where they want her. It was fun to see first her surprise and then her delight in the ways things have turned out.

    5. Very short novella, laid on the relationship angst a little thick as well as the insta-love. Ok to good.

    6. Sweeping out the archives does unearth fun stuff like this sweet little cougar. It is a re-read for me but was just as enjoyable as the first time.

    7. Another fun bedtime read. I'm starting to get bored, however, with the same old story line I've had in the last few Paulin books. I still enjoyed it, but I want something different.

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