The Gigolo

Normally prim and proper Edythe Baudin inaugurates her introductory erotic romance series Piedmont Passions set in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northern Virginia, home to vineyards and horse farms with her very first book The Gigolo Randy Long is the male prostitute of the title, willing to provide his sexual amenities to men and women alike for a suitableNormally prim and proper Edythe Baudin inaugurates her introductory erotic romance series Piedmont Passions set in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northern Virginia, home to vineyards and horse farms with her very first book The Gigolo Randy Long is the male prostitute of the title, willing to provide his sexual amenities to men and women alike for a suitable fee of course.Randy s smile is critical to his image and appeal so we naturally first encounter him at the dentist Dr Alison is the disgruntled trophy wife of Dr David Greenbrae and an eager candidate for Randy s seductive charms Their relationship is the central focus of the narrative as Randy s descriptions of his monetarily beneficial carnal enterprises add spice to their already fiery sex with each other An experimental sizzling three way involving a young male college student is a highlight of the book, leading to an unexpected denouement.Warning This story contains graphic language f m, m m and m f m sex.
The Gigolo Normally prim and proper Edythe Baudin inaugurates her introductory erotic romance series Piedmont Passions set in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northern Virginia home to vineyards and

  • Title: The Gigolo
  • Author: Edythe Baudin
  • ISBN: 9781609828646
  • Page: 291
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “The Gigolo”

    1. Randolph "Randy" Long is a masseur by profession. Being in this profession he need to look good. So he keep in shape and he keeps up his appearance. He's at the dentist office to get his teeth cleaned and whitening treatment. When the wife and business partner of the dentistry, is the one that does his treatment this time instead of the husband. At the end of the treatment she doesn't charge him and then she takes him up on his profession. Which he agrees to.Alison Greenbrae is a dentist and mar [...]

    2. This book was M/M/F which I didn't necessarily mind, however the two main characters seems to pressure the third party into doing sexual acts that he didn't really want to do (though he enjoyed once they were done). I was really disappointed by this book. While it was a short read (it took me about an hour to finish), there was absolutely nothing to the storyline. I felt like this book was more of a cliff note version of a story than a well written erotic scene. The writing is also terrible, it [...]

    3. ARC provided by the publisher and the author [Netgalley]The book definitely peeked my interest. The sex was described by not very descriptive. I needed more. I liked the H and h in the book. Their relationship was long and detailed. It appeared that they had a good understanding. I felt that the ending was rushed and that I did not like. Overall, the author had a great idea and provided the reader with a story that offered a multitude of sexual perks that I enjoyed and if someone gets this book, [...]

    4. A hot sexy debut, I enjoyed the story very much and the ménages are very sexy. Randy is a gigolo and his looks are of utmost importance to his work. He goes the dentist for a whitening and the dentist is in need of his services as well. What follows is stories regarding Randy’s previous encounters and the fun he has with Dr. Alice. Hot read, very sexy should note the ménages included M/M/F. If this offends don’t buy. Very sexy, the characters are great and interesting, fun read.

    5. This has great characters and storyline but it just moved too fast. I also don't mind m/m/f storylines, but didn't like that the main two characters were mostly using peer pressure to get the third. Just think it could have been done a little more tastefully.I was given this book in exchange for an honest review via NETGALLEY.

    6. Too short. I would have loved to have had this story with more depth and more interaction between characters.

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