Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Release Day Review: From a Jack to a King by Scotty Cade

Title: From a Jack to a King
Author: Scotty Cade
Release Date: July 3, 2018
Category: Contemporary
Pages: 194

New York Times best-selling mystery writer Bay Whitman leads the life of a celebrity—at least on the surface. In public he’s self-assured and in control. Women hang on his every word, while men envy his confidence and swagger. But in reality, Bay is a loner. He’s shy and introverted, and his life consists of sitting in a dimly lit room writing his famous Jack Robbins mystery novels. His one vice—gambling. Winning an escort in a poker game will change Bay’s life in ways he never imagined.

Matthew “King” Slater is one of the hottest tickets in gay porn. He spends his days in front of the camera and his nights as a highly paid escort to the rich and famous. Deep down, he craves romance and a real connection, but his past makes it hard to separate the needs of his body from those of his heart. For now, it’s easier to think of sex as just a job. But while doing a shoot in Vegas, King is hired for a tryst at a famous hotel and casino, and his handsome client might blur the line between work and play.

5 Stars: 

Bay is a bestselling author that lives through the books that he writes, never leaving his home unless it is to promote his books. King is a gay porn star that has an escort service on the side and is very happy with how his life is going for him. Then, Bay wins a date with King in a poker game.

When the two meet, Bay is totally floored because King is the man he has been writing about for years that was computer generated. And even though Bay thought he was straight, neither man could really seem to stay away from each other and then they started talking and the attraction really kicks in and love develops and keeps growing.

This is a very fast page turner that keeps you on your toes and leaves you ready for more! You will not be disappointed!

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

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