The original Powertools crew are back in a brand new series!
When James was a kid, he aspired to be a superhero’s sidekick. He’s never enjoyed being the boss. Not on while working for the Powertools and not in his love life. Fortunately, his husband and wife are far better at assuming control than he is.
With each of his spouses stepping up to be the foreman of their own crews, James is left wondering what there is for a cute, hyper-organized, former construction worker to do in Middletown. Sure, he could play house husband for his spouses, and the rest of their sometimes lovers, while taking care of their ever-expanding family. But after decades of swinging a hammer for a paycheck, he’s hungry for a higher purpose.
James has read enough comic books to know he should be careful what he wishes for. Because when someone threatens one of their own, he will do anything—including calling in some of their more qualified friends to help—in order to figure out who wishes they would turn around and go home before they’ve barely unpacked their moving boxes.
This is a standalone book set in the Powertools universe. All your favorite Hot Rods and Hot Rides characters will be making appearances as well. So come make new book boyfriends or hang out with old ones!
Angsty, sexy, and all about James
Hyper-organized James is the member of the Power Tools crew who isn't happy in his new role as a foreman of his own crew. Bummed out, lost, and unmotivated, he gains support and understanding from his extended polyamorous family and friends, but it takes some doing for them to come up with a new role for him to play. Suffice it to say that the man most likely to play house-husband ends up fulfilling a childhood dream with a new direction in life and work, surrounded by the ones who now and love him best. Jane Rylon fans will adore the new James, and the new direction his choice portends for the happy and totally satisfied (*wink*) polyamorous folk of Middletown. Fair warning: the super-sexy shenanigans they get up to may cause spontaneous e-reader combustion! This is a voluntary ARC review.