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Rye is trying to settle into his latest job, which he likes enough that the thought of moving on again makes him ache. The girls at the club are sweet, the nights go by fast, and for a while, Rye thinks he can forget all of the bad things that have happened to him. When cop Jaime shows up, looking for his sister, Rye is a little worried, thinking someone is after him, but he soon finds out that Jaime is a good guy. Jaime thinks Rye is hot, fascinating, and a little sad. The guy is certainly scared of something, ...
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Demons Inside

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Overview

Rye is trying to settle into his latest job, which he likes enough that the thought of moving on again makes him ache. The girls at the club are sweet, the nights go by fast, and for a while, Rye thinks he can forget all of the bad things that have happened to him. When cop Jaime shows up, looking for his sister, Rye is a little worried, thinking someone is after him, but he soon finds out that Jaime is a good guy. Jaime thinks Rye is hot, fascinating, and a little sad. The guy is certainly scared of something, and it brings out Jaime's protective side. There's just something about Rye that makes him want to keep the man safe. Can he convince Rye that life, and love, are worth coming out of hiding?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000159118
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 10/11/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 112 KB

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It was a bit of an odd job--half bouncer, half hawker, trying to talk people in on the one hand and booting them out on the other. But most strip joint operators were willing to overlook a lack of proper identification and pay cash. He liked cash. Going rate, minus the taxes the government usually withheld, and you both went home happy at the end of the day.

And whether or not Rye was getting paid above or below the table was the least of any investigation's focus, were there to be one.

He'd been there close to two weeks, as long as he'd managed to hold any job lately, and he liked this one. The girls were friendly, especially once they realized he wasn't interested in fucking them, and the guy working the front of the strip joint two doors down was a little older, like him, and had more to talk about than just what the latest single by god, the group, really meant to today's youth.

In other words, things were taking a turn for the better. Now if, he could just keep flying under the radar of his abductors...

A dark man caught his eye, walking along the street, stopping to talk to one hawker after another, working his way closer to Rye.

He could have been some guy just looking for a particular something special, but he had an air of authority about him--he expected to be answered. Maybe a cop or a private dick. Either way, not someone Rye wanted on his trail.

"Hey, bud, you got a girl called Chiquita Banana dancing here? Maybe Marisol? Hispanic lady, dark hair?"

Yeah, they had a Chiquita Banana. He called her Nana same as everyone else who worked here, and she was a real nice kid. "We've got lots of girls dancing here--I'm sure there's a couplethat'll make you real happy. Come on in--cover's only five bucks--real cheap for all the ladies you're gonna see, shaking their yayas in your face."

"Not looking for lots of girls. I'm looking for a girl. This girl." The guy held out a picture of Nana; she looked real pretty in jeans, laughing for the camera. "She work here?"

"What's it to you?" If the guy was a regular, he'd know she worked here, but he wasn't so that made him something else. Nana'd been the first one to be friendly to Rye, coming over on his first day and sharing her burger and fries with him. No way he was gonna hand her over to some cop or private dick.

Or worse.

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