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Looking In by Michael Bailey

Looking In by Michael Bailey

David is a lovable nerd, well lovable to others, he doesn’t see himself as such.

Adam is a veteran and on the hunt for the perfect gift for his sick nephew. His brother recommends a comic book store. When Adam sees David something pulls at him. He wants to know more about the young man. When they touch it’s electric.

David isn’t won over so easily though. If his life has taught him anything it’s to trust no one and only rely on yourself.

When his past comes back with a vengeance David closes all doors.

How can Adam show David that he’s worth loving?

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Fishy Riot by Lindsey Black

Fishy Riot by Lindsey Black

Taylor Jameson and his twin brother Clay are both Riot Officers. They draw the short end of the stick and are sent with their team to watch over a bunch of rich, spoiled kids on a yacht for a fundraiser. Taylor decides he’s had enough of the crowd and ventures below under the guise of checking everything out.

Siesta Salisbury is the reclusive son of a politician. Nobody has seen him in ages so when he appears on the yacht and gives a speech it’s a surprise to everyone.

After events turn from organized chaos to downright chaotic it’s everyman on deck. The newspapers get a picture of Taylor and Sietta and it appears to be intimate.

When Taylor goes to apologize to Sietta, Taylor and Clay find the whole thing to be rather fishy and suspect. From there things only go south.

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