Quid Pro Quo by Aleksandr Voinov & L.A. Witt

Quid Pro Quo - Aleksandr Voinov, L.A. Witt

Jared makes his money as a rentboy, selling his wares to wealthy men at the “Market Garden” to pay the rent while lusting over fellow rentboy Tristan. One slow night, the two are approached by a john with an offer that will make all of Jared’s lusty fantasies come true. And he’ll get paid very well for it even though Jared would probably do it for free!


This is a fun, angst-free, sexy short story that is basically one long scene of erotic fantasy. The tension is drawn out because the john wants to watch the two rentboys go at it but is reluctant to part with his wad of cash. Instead he doles it in out slowly, forcing Jared and Tristan to take things very slow and stretching them to their breaking point.
It’s pretty much all sex but well written, never boring sex. It’s even a little endearing what with Jared’s slight insecurities showing themselves in the inner dialogue.

 

Or the way his other hand drifted down the front of Jared’s shirt and found his nipple and teased it, making little circles with his thumb that were so subtle the john couldn’t possibly have seen. Oh, yes, Tristan was performing for their wealthy voyeur, but he was enjoying this, and he was making sure Jared did too. It was more than giving a coworker a hand, it was almost like Tristan was doing it for his benefit. And that thought was hotter than hell. Wow, he’s into me?


Awwww.


The story is only 40+ pages so there’s not much to say here except read it if this sounds like your sort of thing. There is only a wee bit of setup and very little time is spent on the getting to know you’s. There is no pretense of love or romance. It’s just about two sexy guys, hot for each other and acting on it with a sexy third watching and adding to the fun. If you need more than this, well you won’t find it here. Instead there is attraction, lust and even some affection and the authors have a way letting you into the heads of the two MC’s who are having a helluva time. I usually demand more but sometimes this is all you need.


This story is apparently a teaser to an entire series and I can’t wait to see what other delights the authors have in store at Market Garden.