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The Name of the Game

The Name of the Game

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by Willa Okati
     
 

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Seth's a gorgeous hunk of a cop, but off-limits to his roommate Clay, who's desperately trying to find a way to stop thinking about a man who's straight. Seth's also dating Sophie, the bitchy, possessive, girlfriend from hell, so it's a moot point as far as Clay is concerned.

Seth is a good guy, a clean cop and a good friend. But when it comes to the girlfriend, he

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Seth's a gorgeous hunk of a cop, but off-limits to his roommate Clay, who's desperately trying to find a way to stop thinking about a man who's straight. Seth's also dating Sophie, the bitchy, possessive, girlfriend from hell, so it's a moot point as far as Clay is concerned.

Seth is a good guy, a clean cop and a good friend. But when it comes to the girlfriend, he's not sure how to get her out of the picture. When Seth decides to dump Sophie by pretending to be gay, it's Clay he turns to for help in his game of deception. He's seen the way Clay looks at him, even though they've never made a big deal out if it. Surely Clay will help.

Clay's been alone a good while, but with his friend Anthony pushing him into playing the dating game and helping Seth, Clay's relationship options suddenly go from zero to a full hand.

There's still only one man for Clay, and as Seth begins to discover just what it's like walking the other side of the line, the two men start to break all the rules.

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ISBN-13:
2940000109625
Publisher:
Torquere Press
Publication date:
02/14/2007
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NOOK Book
Sales rank:
722,833
File size:
320 KB

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Chapter One

"What next?"

"Are we on the clock?" Anthony stretched luxuriantly, arching his back. His toes flexed and curled against the soft quilt he lay on. "You realize you don't have to stop what you're doing. I could go on like this for hours. Your hands..."

Clay skated his fingers up Anthony's slender legs and grinned, his smile made for doing wicked things in the dark. "I want to know. Everything he did, I want to do better. Come on. Teach me. Or don't you think I can learn?"

"You're already one hundred percent above his standards."

Clay chuckled. God, he loved teasing Toni. The game never got old. Besides, he had a certain standard to meet. "Oh, no, not good enough," he chided. "I have to be at least twice the man he was. Go on. Tell me what he did after that."

"He kissed me." Anthony tilted his head up. Clay moved with the flexing of his body and balanced above the man. He brought his mouth down to Anthony's, brushing lips across lips in a gentle, feather light touch. Anthony moaned softly when Clay's tongue flickered out, too briefly, he knew, to be satisfying. "More."

Anthony reached for Clay, angling for a kiss. The scent of Anthony, already growing aroused, spicy cologne and some woodsy body powder and man was a heady aphrodisiac to Clay's nose. It'd been a long, long time since he'd been with anyone who appreciated him the way Toni did.

Grinning to himself, Clay combed his fingers through Anthony's hair. "This is beautiful," he said, tangling the strands and then separating them out. "Sunshine color. The way the sun looks on rainy days when it's just coming out from behind the clouds."

Anthony lickedhis lips. "I'm a bottle blond."

"Oh?" Clay raised an eyebrow. "Do I get to find out for sure?"

"Play your cards right."

"What next, then? Keep on telling me. I have a memory to erase."

"Big, strong man."

"You bet. Go on."

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Name of the Game 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An entertaining book - the 1st in a series of 2. I suggest reading the 2nd book as well as one of the MC's in that book features in this book as a secondary character. Nothing too heavy and I'm glad they admits at the end they should have handled the ex-girlfriend differently.
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