Friday, March 10, 2023

New Release-Review & Excerpt: CAMBOY by Colette Davison (My Kinky Housemate #6) - Includes Giveaway!


(My Kinky Housemate Book 6)

Author and Publisher: Colette Davison

Cover Artist: Covers by Jo

Release Date:  March 10, 2023

Genre: Contemporary M/M Romance

Tropes: MMMM, friends to lovers, age-gap, found family, kink

 Length: 107 000 words

Heat Rating:  4.5 flames

It can be read as a standalone, but works better as part of the series. It does not end on a cliffhanger.

Book 1, Sugar Bunny, will be on sale at 99c/99p on a Kindle Countdown deal until the 15th March.


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Having a foursome is a dream come true, but navigating a relationship is more challenging.


Being a camboy is great, but I’m bored of performing solo. I’ve invited myself to be adult film star Lyric Steele’s co-star for the day, and I’m taking my partner-in-crime and soon-to-be-housemate, Rubin, along as my chaperone.

 It doesn’t take long to realise I’m attracted to Lyric. And to his flatmate, Toby, a talented director with a firm hand. And to Rubin, who I’ve been flirting with forever. A steamy night proves the four of us have chemistry, but taking our relationship out of the bedroom won’t be easy. 

 Lyric and Toby have their hands full with my bratty ways, and Rubin’s no angel either. Will good communication be enough to turn sexy fun into something strong and lasting?

Camboy is an MMMM friends-to-lovers, steamy, age-gap romance with two Doms, two bratty subs and found family. It’s the sixth and final book in the My Kinky Housemate series. While it can be read as a standalone, it’s better to read it as part of the series.


I take my turn. “Have you ever had sex in public? Not unless you count sucking off that jock in empty classrooms.”

Rubin frowns. “Haven’t you had sex in the stacks at The Library?”

“No.” I smile stiffly. “But I’d like to. I also want to do it somewhere more risqué.” I smirk. “Like sucking someone off in a restaurant or having a quickie in a lift on the way to the top floor of a tall building.”

“I told you he had at least twenty sexual fantasies.” Rubin pulls me to him and kisses my hair. “And I know I’ll enjoy listening to all of them.”

I wave my hand. “At least twenty. I could list them all right now if you wanted me to.” I run my finger over my bottom lip. “They might turn you on, but that’s okay, isn’t it?”

Lyric shudders. “We’re playing a game.”

I let out a dramatic sigh and then knock the Jenga tower over.

“Why did you do that?”

“Game over. Oh no. Maybe we should f*ck instead.”

“He did it because he’s a brat,” Toby says. His voice is firm, but there’s an underlying hint of amusement ruining the effect.

“A brat who wants to be f*cked. Or spanked. Or allowed to suck off one or all of my men.” I flutter my lashes. “I’m not fussy.”

Lyric laughs. “I’m sure you’re not.”

I return to Rubin, put my hand on his nape, and stare into his eyes. “Kiss me?”

He obliges, devouring my mouth. I moan and whimper around his tongue and rub my chest against his. Eventually, we have to break to breathe.

I flutter my lashes at Toby and Lyric. “Please, Sirs, can we watch you f*ck?”

They glance at each other, eyes sparkling.

Toby rubs his thighs. “They did ask nicely.” His earlier hesitance seems to be gone. Thankfully.

“All right,” Lyric says. “On one condition.”

Rubin and I stare at him expectantly.

“You’re not allowed to touch yourselves or each other.”

“What?” Rubin asks.

Lyric smiles. “You heard. You’re not allowed to touch yourselves or each other.”

“We’re not even allowed to kiss?” I ask, horrified.

His smile morphs into a grin. “Nope.”


“I know. Take it or leave it.”

Carra's Review

I’m always interested in stories that involve relationships between more than two characters.  I like to see the dynamics between them all, how they all fit together and fulfill each others’ needs.  That this story also involved the friends-to-lovers trope was a bonus for me since it’s a favorite of mine.

Hendrix definitely fits the title of brat, and he always seems to have a one-track mind…and that track is sex.  Not addicted but maybe hyper-focused.  Don’t let that fool you though—there is more to him than that, which we get to see when he opens up around one particular character, Arthur, and eventually with his partners.  But in the overall scheme of things, he absolutely comes across as the young brat, something he embraces wholeheartedly.

Rubin is sometimes a brat as well, but not to the level Hendrix can be.  Rubin comes across as more relaxed and even-keeled, and someone who can rein in and anchor Hendrix.  The two of them have been friends for a while, but have never taken things beyond that other than some kissing here and there.

Lyric and Toby have known each other for quite a while, and while they do fool around it’s never gone beyond that…though Lyric would have liked it to.  They are both dominant, so they jockey for power when things become physical.  As things start to develop between the four men, Lyric felt to me like the indulgent parent of the group and Toby like the more disciplined one.  They both did exhibit signs of the other as well, just overall that’s how I saw them.

Once the four of them start exploring things together as a foursome, it felt to me primarily rooted in their physical connections.  There was no doubt about their chemistry together, and those physical scenes were plentiful.  It seemed to take a long while for emotional connections to develop, but personally I thought those didn’t rise above surface level.  I attribute that to the story revolving more around the physical scenes.  Yes, there were points when the guys were getting to know each other with some interesting games, but to me it just felt like the physical outweighed the emotional.

Camboy was a 3.5-star read for me, mostly because it felt more concentrated on the physical connection between the characters than the emotional.  The intimate scenes were sizzling hot, I just would have liked to have more of a “show” than “tell” when it came to the emotional.  This story is meant for readers 18+ for adult language and explicit sexual content.

About the Author

Colette’s personal love story began at university, where she met her future husband. An evening of flirting, in the shadow of Lancaster castle, eventually led to a fairytale wedding. She’s enjoying her own ‘happy ever after’ in the north of England with her husband, two beautiful children and her writing.

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