The Foxxxy Gentlemen’s Club: Luca by Nikole Knight | Book Review

Foxxxy Golden Rule: Foxxxy is family.

When Luca’s life in Boston falls apart, he must leave behind his home, his job, and his chosen family—the feisty dancers of the Foxxxy Gentlemen’s Club. But his trip takes an unexpected turn when a blizzard careens him off the road and into the home of David, a Canadian silver fox who is every one of Luca’s lumberjack fantasies come to life.

It’s been three years since David’s divorce, and while he’s content with his remote, rural life, he feels there’s something missing. He doesn’t know what that something is until a captivating, young dancer crashes his car outside his cabin in the middle of a snowstorm and reminds David that there is more to life than simply existing.

Neither Luca nor David planned for this detour, but they only have to survive two days together in close quarters. How hard could it be? It’s not like forty-eight hours is long enough to fall in love. Or is it?

How was it?

This is a cozy cabin romance with a chance meeting between Luca and David. Luca being the recently dumped, lost in the middle of blizzard younger man in need of rescuing, and David the middle age Canuck divorce who’s available to rescue him. This story was my first entry to the FoXXXy series, so I didn’t have glimpses into Luca and David’s relationship in the previously published books since Nikole Knight is a new to me author.

It was a nice discovery, I enjoyed this audiobook a lot more than I expected to because Luca’s back story did not endeare me to him. It’s hard for me to get on board with characters that seem to lack common sense, but if he had any he wouldn’t have meet David. The silver fox Canuck is sweet and comes through as very sexy. The whole story is low angst, fluffy, and hot, however I did zone out a bit while listening to it but I enjoyed it enough to revisit it or check out the following books.
John York does a great job narrating the story, he has a pleasant voice, but the writing is solid. I am familiar enough with York’s name but not enough to remember a book or series he worked on.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

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