Friday, October 21, 2016

Book Review: The Pool Boy by Penny Wylder

The Pool Boy
The second I saw her, I had to have her.

When my friend asked me to cover for him at his pool cleaning job, I figured I'd make some extra cash. I didn't expect to find myself face to face with a sweet set of curves named Vera.
Then she started strutting around in her bikini.
I guess her goal is to piss her rich dad off. I'm clearly not the kind of guy he wants her near.
But if she thinks I'll let her toy with me and not follow through... I've got a surprise for her.
A huge surprise that wants to rip through my pants.
I'll screw her in the pool shed, the garden, and right in her room while her parents sleep down the hall.
I don't care if her dad finds out or not—this girl is MINE.

Penny Wylder writes them dirty! The Pool Boy is no exception. It's filled with dirty, steamy insta-attraction.

Vera Caldwell first comes off as a spoiled brat. She takes interest in the pool boy to get back at her father. As it turns out there much more substance to Vera as she shares her dreams and aspirations with the pool boy.

James London is helping out his friend, Mike, for a week.  Mike's father needs surgery and didn't want to lose his job with the Caldwell's. What James hadn't expected was the beautiful, flirtatious Vera Caldwell. It doesn't take them long to jump each others bones. Their attraction quickly develops into more when Vera shares her plan to find a job in creating Efficiency Low-Income Housing and soon after James shares his past. Can a boy from the streets and a girl from a wealthy family make it work?

This is a short story with plenty of sex. James and Vera grew up in different worlds but in the end want the same things. It's sweet and steamy! 4 Stars.

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