Review: The Hot Floor by Josephine Myles

by Sandra Scholes on November 18, 2012 · 1 comment

in 4 Stars, ARC, Category, Contemporary, Erotica, Guest Reviews, LGBT, M-O

 The Hot Floor by Josephine MylesReviewed by Sandra Scholes

The Hot Synopsis: Josh Carpenter is fed up with his ordinary everyday life as a glassblower and tires of living in his bedsit. As he has been dumped by his boyfriend, he wonders what life has in store for him next, not realizing that two other guys will want to have their wicked way with him – if he’ll let them.

The Smouldering Guy 1: Josh Carpenter has only seen glimpses of his two neighbours, Rai and Evan, but from what he has seen they are pretty hot looking. As his life is so boring and routine, he is looking for a distraction to take his mind of it. His friend Denise gives the impression Josh isn’t fussy about who he wants to get with as far as male interest goes, and as he’s been alone for a while, he decides to take his chance with them.

The Smouldering Guy 2: Rai Nakamura is studying for his PHD in Economics, so he’s the brains of the threesome. He is also a terrible flirt who has a sexy accent Josh can’t resist. He also could either be the bottom or the top according to Josh.

The Smouldering Guy 3: Evan Truman is a horny plumber who is a really big guy who looks like he works out and has plenty of time to get all hot and sweaty for Rai, and later Josh. Rai is his perfect mate as it turns out, and he wouldn’t want to be without him.

Any funny parts?

  • Josh keeps hearing Rai and Evan having sex next door, and wishes he was with them, so this novel turns out to be wish fulfilment gone real.
  • Josh’s friend Denise is the perfect Fag Hag who knows what she wants and continues to tease Josh terribly about his taste in men.

Is it Hot Enough? Well, it has plenty of sex in it, which is very descriptive and at times fun, so yes, it’s as hot as three guys rocking a bedpost.

Rating: ★★★★☆

Buy: The Hot Floor

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1 Telma Cortez November 18, 2012 at 6:11 PM

Interesting reading for me, I work with a lot of gay colleagues and still this was an eye opener. Humorous with developed characters, an interesting twist on the standard menage a trois, resulting in not your average love triangle.
Keep em coming Josephine.
No puns ever intended,
Telma.

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