An ass you could bounce a quarter off of.
That’s the sight that greets me of my new roommate as he f*cks a blonde on the kitchen table.
That’s right before I get an eyeful of his giant cock. Cue wet panties.
Oh, and did I mention he’s a Navy SEAL?
One semester. That’s as long as I have to last—and then I’m gone, graduated, off into the real world.
But can I survive that long without becoming … his plaything?
His Plaything is the second in the stepbrother series. Nixon and Avery were introduced in Stepbrother Master. Although this is the second in the stepbrother series, Nixon and Avery are far from stepbrother/stepsister. Just to clarify, "His dad is married to your former stepmom, which makes him Emma's stepbrother, not yours. What the hell do you call that, your stepbrother once removed?"
When Nixon arrives home from a nine-month tour of duty he is greeted with father's phone call announcing that his new stepsister will be staying with him while she's attending her last semester of college. When Avery arrives at her new home, she's is shocked to find her stepbrother Naked as a jaybird and having sex with a blonde on the dining-room table. What does Nixon do? He casually turns to face Avery and simply greets her... Hi, sis. OMG, I was laughing my pants off. The humor in this story is right on the money.
After the table incident Avery attempts to put an end to Nixon's love life, "No more random bimbos in the apartment. No hot sex on every horizontal surface." Nixon counters offers "So if you don't want me hooking up with other women all over this condo... how about helping each other out?" Oh yes, let the dance begin!
Avery struggles with her feelings for Nixon. Not only is Nixon her stepbrother once removed but also a player. There are several instances when Avery discovers incriminating information about Nixon and instead of discussing the issue, she locks him out. I enjoyed reading Nixon's POV when he's trying to understand why he's receiving the cold shoulder, "Why couldn't women come with a manual?". I can totally relate!
This is a fun story! There was the right amount of humor, passion and angst. The conflicts in the story are relatable. The moral of the story is an important one, if we want a successful relationship communication is key!
Chief Petty Officer Nixon Bennett