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bald pirate guy + hairy chest + manlove = a happy Smokinhotbooks
When KT Grant asked me to review her debut m/m book, Prince’s Groom I did my best Gollum impression and said GIVES IT TO ME! MY PRECIOUS. It’s been too long since my last KT Grant fix, and with this one being m/m, I was ‘in hearts’ with the story before I even started to read it. Prince’s Groom is the 2nd book in her, (what I fondly refer to as sexy pirate man) series.
The sexy pirate man series began with former prince, Thom, falling deep into to lust with a rakish older pirate, Martin. I can’t help but reminisce about my favorite scene where Martin pushes Thom up against a wall and had his nasty, barbarian way with him. Delish! Unfortunately, things cannot stay forever in sweet carnal bliss and Thom’s real life responsibilities get start to get in the way. So, Thom is forced to return back to his homeland with a leaving Martin and himself a broken-hearted. Both are devastated with this turn of events, however, being that we are dealing with two Y chromosomes here, neither is willing to show their true feelings. Typical male. A year goes by and both have not gotten over one another, Thom wishes to return to his tropical paradise with his hairy pirate, despite starting a friends with benefits relationship with his assistant Will. Just as Martin decides to give up his pirating ways and win Thom back, a dangerous highwayman, and a seriously deranged female stalker might keep them apart….
Hands down people, this is my favorite KT Grant book I’ve read so far. We all know how the girls at SHB are a might obsessed with the pirate genre, *cough. cough Black Wade*, so when I saw that Martin was a bald pirate with a lusty appetite I was in manlove heaven. Usually I feel a little left out when I come into a story and the characters have already met, but I didn’t mind that so much in Prince’s Groom. Anyhoo, my only regret is not being able to see how these characters originally met as it is usually my favorite part of a romance. Sooooo this means I’ll need to buy the first one (wink wink).
Thomas turned to slap Martin across the face, when Martin took hold of his hair and roughly
slanted his mouth against his. Thomas was stunned for a moment, and when Martin slipped his tongue
into his mouth, he pounded his fists over Martin’s shoulders. He tried to keep his mouth shut, but as
Martin dug his fingers into his backside, he gasped. Martin groaned and slipped his tongue inside the
warm cavern of Thomas’s mouth and stumbled back with him in his arms until Thomas hit the wall
“Damn you,” Thomas said against Martin’s mouth and wrapped his arms around tighter,
pushing his knee in between Martin’s legs and circling his crotch.
“Thom . . . yes . . . give me this.” Martin panted and without any warning ripped open Thomas’s
coat, vest, and shirt.
“Oh!” Thomas yelped as his buttons went flying. Martin placed his mouth over his nipple and
I highly recommend Prince’s Groom for those of you wanting a little break from all the contemporary manlvoe out there and want something that scratches your pirate itch.
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