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Friday, September 30, 2016
NEW RELEASE this week!
Permanent Moonlight (Rough Riders #4) by AJ Llewellyn & DJ Manly gay action contemporary mystery erotic romance 41796 words, 206 pages $3.99 in ebook
When Diego Champagne realizes that he
can't live without Colby Young, he comes up with a plan that will free
him from the Banni motorcycle gang forever. He's prepared to leave
everything behind and make a new life for the man he loves and the
children for whom Colby is now responsible. But he can tell no one, not
even Colby, if he hopes to carry it off.
Colby's having problems accepting that
if he's to remain the guardian of his niece and nephew, he must stay
clear of the Banni, and that means Diego. Given Colby's past, he's being
watched like a hawk, and not just by Child Protection Services. Then
Colby's world spirals out of control when a member of the Banni informs
Colby that they found Diego's body burnt beyond recognition, along with
his vest and bike. Miserable and angry at the world, Colby ends up in
more trouble, his entire world held together by a thread.
Meanwhile, Diego must fulfill a promise
to the leader of the Texas Crushers, who ironically helps him escape
from the Banni life. Putting miles and time between him and the man he
loves, Diego sets the wheels in motion that will prepare the stage for a
crime-free life with Colby and the children. Question is, how will he
tell Colby he's not dead, and will Colby ever forgive him for keeping
the truth from him?
CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-edited, re-release title.