Saturday, January 8, 2011

Serena Yates, Workplace Encounters 2; The Chauffeur

Title: Workplace Encounters 2: The Chauffeur

Author: Serena Yates

Rating: Five Siren Stones
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Sub-Genre: GLBT (M/M)

Word-Count: 30,000

ISBN: 978-1-920484-52-1

Price: $4.99

Publisher: Silver Publishing

Reviewer: Cia


Physically scarred ex-model Kyle Anderson leads two lives: he is a chauffeur by day, and an exotic dancer by night. His performance attracts the attention of Nick Giddings, a factory worker visiting the club to forget his worries.

Kyle was kicked out by his parents when a car accident on his eighteenth birthday left his face scarred. Now he works for his uncle's limousine rental company, but the pay is too low for him to become financially independent. So, he dons a mask and works as an exotic dancer most evenings.

Nick has been kicked out of school for a prank he didn't commit, and rejected by his parents. He is too proud to sell his body, so ends up working for a fast food chain until he can secure a job as a forklift driver. Meeting a gorgeous exotic dancer is just the icing on the cake. But when he is laid off, all his dreams come to an abrupt end...


Kyle is a young man who’d made mistakes that put an end to the life he knew it. This showed him the cruelty of being used, which endeared me to him. From there, Kyle’s life seemed to spiral out of control. Between his two polar opposite professions and his uncle, life wasn’t easy.

When Nick came into Kyle’s life, his world turned topsy turvey. He found a man he wanted to be with and found in him, his own strength by leaning on the other man.

Yet Nick’s own problems compounded their future. Only by putting their heads together did they find alternate choices to benefit them both, a surprising twist that wasn’t as it seemed.

I enjoyed this read and would recommend it to my friends as top notch!

1 comment:

Serena Yates said...

Thank you so much for your wonderful review, Cia. I appreciate you taking the time to read The Chauffeur and am glad you enjoyed it.