Bootycall by J D Hawkins

This is far from a straight forward story and the path they embark upon is not exactly plain sailing.

The ebb and flow between Dylan and Gemma was relentless.

Dylan is at a cross roads so to speak in his career, while his movies are as popular as ever, he has something missing in his life, something has his equilibrium out of balance and he has a plan to level the playing field. A one night only, physical release…a bootycall so to speak.

Then you have Gemma, she is on the bounce back from a painful breakup from not only a cheating boyfriend but also a cheating best friend, the two of them certainly did a number on her! Life is at an all-time low, no partner, no BFF and nowhere to live but she has one thing, she has resolve.

Determined not to let life beat her completely, she has absolutely no intension of being downhearted for long. She is ready for a hook up, not a relationship, so delving into modern technology she hits a dating app and in some respects she, hits the jackpot because on the other end of the app is unbeknown to her… Dylan.

The events that follow are intense, eclectic and damn they are erotic – sexy, smouldering and all those words are not enough, the only word that does them justice is erotic. They are just so perfect together.

Dylan was a very attentive and creative partner and Gemma was one very lucky woman when it came to that side of things but I have to say that on the emotional side of things Dylan left a lot to be desired.

I was disappointed in the way he thought his behaviour was acceptable at times, really for an intelligent, successful man he was so stupid at times.

But Gemma had the making of him, she refused to deal with his bulls**t. She wasn’t afraid to stand up to him. But getting to the bottom of what exactly was driving him was not an easy task.

And one that is not complete, the story has more to give of that I am sure, and Dylan has more that I need to hear. I loved Gemma and her attitude but it was Dylan that captivated my attention.

This author as a style that is fresh, eloquent and refreshingly direct.

First book from this author for me and it will not be the last.


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