Boats in the Night

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Like two ships passing in the night—if one was a narrowboat and the other a luxury yacht.

Posh Giles Rathbourne finds himself an incentive to stop drinking and a new gardener when dreadlocked Smutty's narrowboat breaks down at the end of his garden.

A simple business arrangement between two men who have nothing else in common? It would be—if they could keep their hands off each other! More

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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
  • Erotica themes: None
  • Words: 45,050
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781466199514
About Josephine Myles

English through and through, Josephine Myles is addicted to tea and busy cultivating a reputation for eccentricity. She writes gay erotica and romance, but finds the erotica keeps cuddling up to the romance, and the romance keeps corrupting the erotica. Jo blames her rebellious muse but he never listens to her anyway, no matter how much she threatens him with a big stick. She’s beginning to suspect he enjoys it.

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Reviews

Elizabeth Litster reviewed on on Dec. 10, 2011

Two men, two totally different background and one great story. The world of old money and the world of alternative lifestyle meet in Giles and Smutty and together they make a new life. Lovely book. Thanks Josephine.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Thraceadams reviewed on on Dec. 8, 2011

I love the atmosphere of this book. It made me feel like I was right there

The attraction between the two men was especially good and dramatic given their class and wealth differences.

I would highly recommend this book :D
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Elin Gregory reviewed on on Nov. 22, 2011

One angsty and one laid back protagonist with all the baggage that differences in class, wealth, education and race can bring, yet the attraction between them is clear and joyful.

I love the Englishness of Josephine Myles books. It is comforting not, for once, to have to try to guess the significance of bits of other cultures. Yet the stories about life on the British inland waterways are informative too. It's a small world but one about which it is difficult to find out. Jo's books give some insight in a very entertaining way.

Highly recommended!
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Victoria Blackstone reviewed on on Nov. 16, 2011

loved the slow build up and development of the characters as they grow
really enjoyed the story
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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