Book Reviews

No Others Need Apply by Evelise Archer at Secret Cravings

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 14-May-2013

Book Blurb

Jonathon Valient, M/M author, is the owner of blog and review site. He is in desperate need of an assistant/reviewer to help him maintain his blog as well as review books. He places an advertisement on his blog in the hopes of attracting someone with an ounce of intelligence to aide him in his dilemma.

Shelton Richards is an English professor at the bottom of the faculty list and is relegated to teaching college freshmen who think they know everything. Shelton is also a big fan of the M/M author sees the Help Wanted and applies. Hired, the two men embark on a wonderful journey professionally and personally as Jonathon begins to write his new novel with Shelton as his inspiration.


Book Review


This is a quick, cute read with lots of sweetness and two men who fall for each other the minute they meet. No wonder, they have a lot in common and working together solidifies their attraction very quickly.

Jonathon is an author who needs help with running his blog, among other things. He's been looking for a while, but finds it tough to find qualified applicants. When Shelton applies, and turns out to not only be competent but cute, Jonathon practically pounces. Well, he does wait two weeks, but still, that is rather fast.

Shelton is an English professor who wants more than just teaching, and he quickly finds he can work well with Jonathon – and not just on literary matters. They heat up the sheets together, and Shelton finds himself thoroughly charmed on all levels.

If you like insta-love, stories with lots of bedroom activity, and are looking for a light, entertaining read, you may like this short story.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 5205 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 09-April-2013
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