GENRE: Gay BDSM Interracial Thriller Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 60,782 words
Isaac Ford seeks help from the detective who put him in prison -- now security consultant, Andrew Wen -- after an unexpected prison break weeks before his release. Despite an almost twenty-year age difference and being on opposite ends of the law, the attraction between them culminates in a one-night stand that teeters Isaac between turning himself in and returning to a life of crime. His decision is made for him when he discovers a young man waiting for him at his safe house -- the son he never knew existed.Months later, Isaac has been reconnecting with his son, Dalton, and started a security consultancy of his own, looking for a fresh start. His past catches up to him, however, when he runs into Andrew at the police station, both seeking information on a new thief. Andrew isn’t happy Isaac left that night or that he’s been encroaching on his business, but the passion between them rekindles as trying to one-up each other turns sexual. Neither plan to let anything more come of their tryst until Andrew finds out about Dalton, who he knew in college, and a theft at Dalton’s job forces Isaac and Andrew to work together.Dalton playing matchmaker complicates things. What’s worse is how easily Isaac and Andrew keep giving in.EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
This book is BRILLIANT!
Isaac was shameless in his pursuit of Andrew, and he used every chance he got to put his hands on the ex detective. And I really mean every chance, be it the police station, Andrew's home, Isaac's office or a back alley. One particular encounter on a rooftop was absolutely incendiary!
Isaac and Andrew's chemistry was so amazingly written that I could actually feel the air crackle with sexual tension every time they were in the same room...which happened often enough once they decided to unite forces in the search for the thief who had stolen and endangered Dalton's research. Every moment alone was an opportunity to touch, and it made me laugh that, the more they tried to keep their encounters on the hush-hush, the more they seemed to be discovered. Try as they might, their secret dalliances weren't so secret, the strong attraction they felt clear to see for everyone around them. Even if they wanted to keep away, there was Dalton trying to play matchmake