Jordan Price is used to the boring wait in airports, given that he practically lives on business trips. He’s all set for this to be more of the same, until he meets a self-described power bottom on Unzipped—a guy who happens to be in the same airport. It seems like a perfectly good way to kill time until his flight, but soon Jordan realizes that Heath, his newfound friend on Unzipped, will be taking the same flight, and the wheels in his head get spinning. Jordan is determined to test Heath’s bottoming skills himself, and if he has his way, the flight will be anything but boring.
This is the second of the Unzipped Shorts series. It works fine as a stand-alone, the characters aren’t the same as the first book. The common element is the Unzipped App.
I liked this a little bit less than the previous book. I think what was a little off for me was the public activity. I know the other book wasn’t lacking it, but I think this one was a little bit more public and that is something I don’t really enjoyed, although I guess it won’t be an issue to other readers.
On this occasion we meet Jordan, who is very aggressive on his approach to Heath. It was great to see his advances and Heath’s reactions. The constant struggling of wanting to go further but knowing he shouldn’t. It was so great. They had such a great chemistry. I liked Heath better here, even though we don’t get to see things from his point of view, it was so nice to see his reactions and how much he was willing to allow Jordan to do.
Another great instalment of the Unzipped Shorts, I hope there will be more in the future because I’m really enjoying them.
* I received copy of this book from the publisher in exchange of an honest review.