Warning: This book contains mildly inappropriate everything.
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“So…I came up with a plan.
I sat the brothers down and gave them my speech; we’d become male escorts.
The house was split.
The single dudes thought it was great. The guys with the steady girlfriends told the single dudes they were insane.
I promised them all we could make it work without hurting anybody. But we had to be smart about it. We had to keep it off-campus. We had to keep it a secret. And in order to do so, we had to target those who wanted it kept a secret as much as we did.
Our target: Filthy rich, unsatisfied, horny housewives.
Keep it high class, so to speak.
And thus began BTC, or Boy Toy Corporation.
This book was seriously awful in my opinion.
Like I said in my comments, I didn’t like Tyler. Toward the end I got used to him but I didn’t connect with him and he annoyed the shit out of me for at least half the book, if not more of it. I really didn’t get the guy and what he did and thought made no sense to me and were sometimes plain trashy. I mean how would you feel if you’re boyfriend said this…
“Babe, last night you had me sucking your toes, licking your asshole, and then you practically begged me to tongue your pussy”
…in front of the brothers of his frat house? Seriously, I love a dirty mouth like the next girl, but come on! At least pick the right place and time to say something dirty to your girl!
Same thing with Allie. I just couldn’t connect to either of them or any of the characters in this book for that matter. And again, Allie and Tyler’s actions made no sense.
Thankfully, this book is short, because as it is, I was this close to DNF it after 20% into the book, so if it was a regular length book I’m pretty sure I would have thrown in the towel and deemed Tyler, Allie, Mrs Fletcher and the other characters not worthy of my time.
The only thing I “enjoyed” was Tyler’s public declaration of love that comes at the 80% mark (I won’t quote you said love declaration because if you do give a chance to this book and end up feeling like I do about it, I don’t want to spoil the one good thing about it in my review). It was sweet and all but when you have to go through almost a whole book with a guy that says things like that
“ignoring the awakening of North-West – that’s my dick’s name. Get it? Because it’s always up?”
“I’ll make love to you. Like you want me to. and I’ll hold you tight, baby, all through the night…”,
one little moment of brilliance couldn’t possibly do much to save this book from a one star rating. And how seriously can you be taken when you quote Boyz II Men lyrics in a conversation.
So yeah, Boy Toy Chronicles: Volume One wasn’t for me and I won’t waste any more time or money on this series.