They gave her a week. She gave them her heart.
Rachel has dated since her divorce, but she’s bored with men who act too polite in bed. She’s dying for the kind of sex that can set her body aflame. Two gorgeous painters in her office fill her mind with fantasies she’d never act on. Or would she?
When the men proposition Rachel, she says yes…but only for a week. Ben and Alex heat up Rachel’s bed and show her how to take charge of her pleasure. Rachel develops feelings for the painters, and she thinks they feel the same. But when the week ends, can Rachel convince Alex and Ben to think of her as more than just a booty call?
This is a 30,000 word standalone MMF novella.
A scene from this book was a finalist in Passionate Ink's 2017 Passionate Plume Contest.
Publisher: Summer Night Publishing
Crazy Dance Mom on Amazon wrote:
"The Painters is not just a guilty pleasure, but is definitely a must read for all lovers of a well-written erotic romance."
Mary Mooney on Amazon wrote:
"Robin Stone does it again!...It sweet in a way you really don't expect...I love the characters, the plot, and if course the love. Robin is one of my new favorite authors, and she doesn't disappoint!"
Brenda on Amazon wrote:
"The sex scenes were HOT and even the shower scene left a little for your imagination which made it even hotter. I read the Landscaper series and I think this was hotter and sexier, if that is possible. It is well written and will keep you glued to your kindle until the end."
Soccergypsy on Goodreads wrote:
"These painters provide full coverage, and they don't forget to prime...Once again, Robin has explained - fully and completely, with exquisite detail and examples - why handymen are hot. You will definitely never look at painters quite the same way again."
"Even days after having read it, I am unable to fully structure words into coherent sentences, that is how good this book is. Erotic? Oh yeah. Tantalizing? Most assuredly. Did I want to crawl inside the pages and join the action? Absolutely. What a wickedly fun and mature spin not only on the older woman, younger man relationship but toward a ménage as well."