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Overview

Sean Waters is down on his luck thanks to the economy, and winds up working for his domineering father’s car dealership. It’s not the greatest job, but it’s a paycheck. The only problem? He’s got a wicked crush on the general manager, Jackson Shaw.

When Jackson suggests a drive in one of the brand new sports cars, Sean has no idea it’s not the car Jackson really wants to take for a spin.

They both need this job, though, and the boss isn’t keen ...

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Overview

Sean Waters is down on his luck thanks to the economy, and winds up working for his domineering father’s car dealership. It’s not the greatest job, but it’s a paycheck. The only problem? He’s got a wicked crush on the general manager, Jackson Shaw.

When Jackson suggests a drive in one of the brand new sports cars, Sean has no idea it’s not the car Jackson really wants to take for a spin.

They both need this job, though, and the boss isn’t keen on employees getting involved with each other. But it’s just a lusty little crush anyway, so they can move on and pretend nothing ever happened.

Can’t they?

Genres: Gay / Contemporary

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611244021
  • Publisher: Amber Quill Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 208,897
  • File size: 158 KB

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    The tree probably wasn't the best hiding place. Even from below you could tell there was very little vegetation on the mountain— randomly placed patches of sparse grass, a few bushes maybe. But there was only one tree on the entire mountain, a lonely oak standing on the brink of the cliff-side village. In fact, it was most obvious as hiding spots come. But in a critical moment, you take whatever's avalible, even though an inconclusive decision could cost your life.
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