Taking a Chance by A. Catherine Noon and Rachel Wilder


Taking a Chance by A. Catherine Noon and Rachel Wilder
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (28 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Doctor Jacob Davison has outgrown the hookups of his younger days and wants to settle down. When he’s abandoned by the side of the road, a leather-clad stranger stops and offers him a ride. Chance Renton is different from anyone Jay’s ever met. He’s caring and helpful, yet cynical and world-weary.

From the first moment of their shared motorcycle ride, an attraction begins to simmer between them. Between Jay’s ex-boyfriend showing up and the misconceptions they have about each other, does this relationship have a chance?

Dumped unceremoniously (and literally) by his now ex-partner, Jay finds himself walking home from the middle of nowhere. A good Samaritan pulls up on a motorbike, having recognized Jay from the hospital charity event they’d both just been to. Chance Renton might have had a few initial reservations, but after getting to know Jay better he’s not going to be shy about reaching out and taking what he wants. Jay is more than willing to take on Chance, with delicious, erotic consequences.

This book covers it all: sexy men, rumbling motorbikes and soft, supple leather. Add in spicy, deliciously hot sex scenes and I’m totally sold. I liked the chemistry between the two men and found the intimacy between them well written and steamy. A fun, erotic short story this is the perfect way to spend a bit of time – or get in the mood for something naughty of your own. An excellent story.

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