Title: Brit Boys: On Boys
Author Name: Ashe Barker, M.K. Elliott, Lucy Felthouse, K.D. Grace, Lily Harlem, Clare London, Sarah Masters, Josephine Myles
Publication Date & Length: December 30, 2014 – 440 pgs
From east to west and north to south, these British boys are having a blast in and out of the bedroom with the men of their dreams. They’re topping and bottoming from London to Cardiff, living out fantasies in the wildest fells and hooking up while serving HRH Queen Elizabeth II.
With passion and lust the name of the game, nothing is off limits. Throw in honed muscles, high-strength testosterone and an accent to die for and there is nothing they can’t do and no one they can’t get in this world or another.
Don’t miss Brit Boys: On Boys—a smokin’ hot box set, containing 147,000 words/440 pages of unforgettable M/M erotic romance from eight popular British authors.
By Ashe Barker
Alex is doing okay. His body repair shop makes enough to live on, he has a decent apartment, life is fine. That all changes when he runs into Graham in a supermarket car park – literally. He offers to fix the damage to Graham’s car free of charge. The sparks soon fly, and the heat between them has nothing to do with welding equipment.
Breaking the Marine
By M.K. Elliott
Brandon Rosen hadn’t planned for his final night before enrolling in the Royal Marines to involve a hot stranger and a pub car park. And he certainly hadn’t planned for that same hot stranger to turn up at the barracks in the form of his Drill Instructor, Corporal Will Stewart. In the testosterone fuelled environment of the training camp, can Brandon and Will overcome past pains and face up to what they really want? Or will the Royal Marine Commando School break their relationship before it even gets started?
Love on Location
By Lucy Felthouse
When Theo Samuels heads off to film on location in the village of Stoneydale, he’s expecting drama to take place on camera, not off. But when he meets gorgeous local lad, Eddie Henderson, he struggles to ignore his attraction. A relationship between the two of them would be utterly impractical, yet they’re drawn together nonetheless. Can they overcome the seemingly endless hurdles between them? Or is their fling destined to remain as just that?
By K D Grace
Alonso Darlington has a disturbing method of keeping landscaper, Reese Chambers, both safe from and oblivious to his dangerous lust for the man. But Reese isn’t easy to keep secrets from, and Alonso wants way more than to admire the man from afar. Can he risk a real relationship without risking Reese’s life?
By Lily Harlem
Steve’s killing time working in a comedy club. Why not? It makes him laugh and both the clientele and the comedians are not just fit but also great company. One stand up joker decides to create a wild goose chase for Steve and his ex Robert. Cavorting around Cardiff on a frosty night, however, does more than just show them the way to a threesome, it also reveals the reasons why they should give each other one more shot.
Dish of the Day
By Clare London
Richie’s sunk all his hopes and savings into a new restaurant in south London promoting British ingredients and recipes. His best friends Craig and Ben should be around to help him celebrate the grand opening, but it looks like it’s all heading for disaster – until his friends step in to tell him some home truths. Then they’ll help him relax and enjoy their loving, intimate menu instead.
By Sarah Masters
When Archie meets Dan after The Change, he realises there is no such thing as a random meeting of soul mates, it’s all mapped out in the stars. Now all he’s got to do is hope those orbiting planets stay in alignment and true love finds him again.
By Josephine Myles
Getting accidentally locked out of his hotel room on Valentine’s Day night is embarrassing enough for teacher Martin Cooper, but the fact he’s stark naked makes it even worse. It doesn’t help that the one person he runs into is Rod, the gorgeous man he’d been checking out earlier in the hotel pool. But when Rod offers Martin a refuge, the night heats up. Now if only Martin could get the hang of this seduction business…
This was an awesome collection of stories. My favorites were Bodywork by Ashe Barker and Breaking the Marine by M.K. Elliott. These were the first two stories and they just sucked me right in! I enjoyed all of the stories in this collection, but the first two were my favorite.
Bodyworks by Ashe Barker was a great story. I loved Alex and Graham, but the supporting characters Roy and his granddaughter, Cassie were awesome and added to the story too. They were a family together and it showed how much Graham integrated into Alex’s life. I liked the angst this story brought out in me and the reasons behind it were something I did not expect at all.
Breaking the Marine by M.K. Elliott was a super great story. It was one about not giving up, being true to yourself and following your heart, despite the societal pressures. I really liked these characters a lot. Elliott did a great job at portraying a love that had to be kept quiet, but was super supportive.
Love on Location by Lucy Felthouse was an OK story for me. I usually really enjoy Lucy’s writing, but this story had something missing from it. This could have been a great story, but there was just something about the characters and how quickly the story moved along that made me sit and think more about it – and not necessarily in a good way.
LANDSCAPES BY K.D. GRACE WAS NOT IN MY VERSION OF THIS ARC.
The Chase by Lily Harlem was a great story of finding love again with an old flame, but with a spicy twist. I think the one with the hottest scenes for me was The Chase. I enjoyed the story, but the sex scenes made the story for me, super-hot and steamy.
Dish of the Day by Clare London was a great story of friendship that becomes something much more. I liked the chaotic beginning and the sweet ending. I would love to read about their lives from back in college.
E2 by Sarah Masters was, unfortunately a story that I didn’t quite understand. I understood the premise and what she was trying to do, but it didn’t quite pan out for me. Despite its awkward delivery, the idea behind the story is an intriguing one.
Locked out by Josephine Myles was a great story of being true to yourself. I really enjoyed this story, despite the omissions of the truth that happened.