Sunday, May 18, 2014

LIP SERVICE by Nikka Michaels

Publisher:  Cobblestone Press
Published:   April 15. 2014
Genre:   Contemporary Romance, M/M
Book format:  E-book
Obtained via:    Purchased by reviewer
Reviewed Helena Stone

Rating: 5

Lip Service’ is the sequel to ‘Room Service’ and gives us the opportunity to spend a little more time with Dr. Seth Campbell and his husband, Carson Randall. While it is possible to read this book before turning to Room Service, I would advise against it. There’s a delicious twist in Room Service that won’t come as a surprise if you read Lip Service first.

Seth and Carson are busy men, happy to concentrate on their individual careers even if it means spending too little time together. When they do meet up they more than make up for lost time and us readers are very fortunate to be given this second opportunity to look on as they get very hot and bothered together.

The two men are only a short time into a much needed and longed for weekend together when an important business phone call interrupts their passionate get-together. Not one to be ignored, Seth Campbell knows exactly how to keep the temperature up and his lover somewhat bothered. It will take all of Carson’s will-power to keep his mind on the business he is dealing with while other body parts are being distracted by the man he loves.

What I love about these stories is that while they are short (and boy would I have loved more time with Seth and Carson) both give us an insight into the characters and the way they interact as well as a hot, sexy, and oh so romantic encounter. These two men are great together; well matched, witty and very sexy they’re a delight to spend some (reading) time with.

Rumour has it that there might be a prequel on the way. I can only hope that will turn out to be true (Cobblestone Press are you listening?), finding out what happened between Seth and Carson when they first met is very high on my wish list.

Anybody who’s in the mood for a well written, exciting, hot and quick read about two fascinating men should just rush over to the publisher’s website and treat themselves. You won’t regret it.

“He chuckled, the low throaty sound sending blood pooling between my hips.”

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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