On the Road [NOOK Book]

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For two men who spend their days in the cab of a long-haul semi, Kyle and Mike are very different guys. Kyle is a wealthy man who fled his life after the death of his lover. Mike was married, has a kid that wants nothing to do with him, and has to work to pay his bills. The one thing they have in common is their need for the open road, and for each other. When Kyle wants to retire, though, the brakes start to fail, as Mike doesn't want to quit working until he can pay his own way, not wanting to touch Kyle's ...
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On the Road

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Overview

For two men who spend their days in the cab of a long-haul semi, Kyle and Mike are very different guys. Kyle is a wealthy man who fled his life after the death of his lover. Mike was married, has a kid that wants nothing to do with him, and has to work to pay his bills. The one thing they have in common is their need for the open road, and for each other. When Kyle wants to retire, though, the brakes start to fail, as Mike doesn't want to quit working until he can pay his own way, not wanting to touch Kyle's money. Can these two work around the obstacles in the road to stay together?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000103975
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 10/4/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 864,155
  • File size: 151 KB

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Chapter One

Kyle was bored. He'd finished two books, checked his email on the laptop, played eighteen games of Tetris and watched "Trainspotting." He'd tried meditating, yoga, counting phone poles through the skylight and biofeedback. The space was huge considering it was in the cab of a truck--a six foot long bed, a little fridge, the TV--complete with DVD player, opening up to the two big seats in the front of the cab all a cheerful light beige, but it was still just a little box with only so much a man could do and he'd pretty much done it all.

Fact was, he needed an orgasm.

Kyle looked over at Mike's head, blond hair and a thick, muscled arm all he could see. Bastard was gorgeous, too, blue eyes to go with that blond hair and a body that belied the fact that they both sat on their asses all day as a job. Just thinking about Mike made him hornier. Too bad Mike was determined, driving to wherever they were headed with this load of whatever it was.

"Time for porn."

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