Friday, April 5, 2013

Review for Ask me No Questions by Elliot Arthur Cross

Title: Ask Me No Questions
Release Date march 2013
Author:  Elliot Arthur Cross
Genre:  Contemporary, mystery/detective
Length: 39,763 words - Novel
Publisher JMS Books
Meows: 4
Purrrs: 5 explicit
Blurb: Dylan Lakewood never imagined anyone would hit on him at his job working at the local shopping mall taking surveys for random products. But then he meets Trenton, a tall skater boy who puts the moves on him. Trenton introduces him to his shy friend, Bennett, who just happens to be on the run from the police, who think he murdered a college jock.

When Dylan agrees to hide Bennett, he unwittingly pits himself against a killer desperate to keep a hundred thousand dollar secret. 
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Review: Dylan is doing his job giving surveys in the mall when he meets Trenton a rather hot skater that agrees to the interview. Once in the room for the interview Trenton hist on Dylan and they give blow jobs. Next Saturday Trenton comes back with a friend Bennett and the get really hot and heavy in the interview room, then things get very mysterious. Trenton shows up at Dylan’s apartment with Bennett and tells him Bennett’s boyfriend chad has been murdered and wants Dylan to protect him from here things really start twisting up.
I really liked this book a lot. It was a very intriguing who done it type mystery that left me stumped. I am good at figuring out these things and I had no idea in this the way the twists kept unraveling. I did feel there was a bit too much sex that didn't really add to the story and this story would have been good without it but hey a little MM romp is always good.  I loved the little extra twist at the end. I sure did not see that one coming. LOL
Recommendations: If you  like a good lighthearted  who done it type mystery with lots of twists and turn and a whole lot of  super-hot mansex you should really like this. 

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