Duce: A Novel

Duce: A Novel

by Kai Tyler

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BN ID: 2940152039771
Publisher: Silk Publishing
Publication date: 10/17/2015
Series: World's End Series , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 496,311
File size: 435 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Although I’m new to writing MM Romance, I’ve been a reader and lover of the genre for many years. When I’m not helping other authors promote their works, you might find me in a coffee shop, daydreaming about how the cute couple in the corner fell in love. You can also find me online ogling images of hot men, which I do share btw.

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Duce 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
badkat17us More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. It has action, romance, mystery and more. I haven't read the first book in the series however I wasn't confused at all. In this new world homosexuality is once again not accepted by the general population. Organized crime rules this new rule and being a gay man is a definite no and will get you killed. Dante is on a person mission to find out what happened to his parents. Since his mission is personal and not business he is a little more relaxed than usual and decides to visit the only gay club. There he meets Carl; there is just something about the boy. Dante is easily 10 years older than Carl but when he thinks Carl is in trouble he doesn't hesitate to rush to help him. Carl is just as taken with Dante as Dante is with him. They form a bond very quickly and a one night stand could turn into more. While out the next day Dante notices someone following them and sends Carl into cafe ahead of him so that he can talk to the man following them. He learns that Carl set him up the night before and can't believe he let someone in and fell for a trap. Carl is the son of Dante's enemy. He is mad at himself and at Carl; he doesn't stay for any kind of explanation just leaves and doesn't look back. However this isn't the last time these two will see each other. Did Carl trick Dante to set him up to help his father or just to get Dante's attention for himself? What will happen when Carl's father finds out? The mafia world has strict rules and traditions. Dante has to be careful of everything he does. There are lots of people who would like his job and kill to get it. Being gay on top of that would make him a bigger target if certain people found out. Carl has grown up never having to really work for anything. He is about to find out what it is like to have nothing. His father is a ruthless man and everyone does want he wants or he makes them pay. Carl is the disposable son and his father has always seen him as a disappointment. Carl hates everything about his father and older brother. He doesn't know that Dante is in the same line of work as his father. What will he do when he finds out? This book was a great read and I have picked up the first one to read it. The story was well written and the characters draw you in. I look forward to reading more books in this series in the future. I was given this book in return for an honest revie
2kasmom More than 1 year ago
Dante and Carl meet at an exlusive club. Carl knows right away he wants Dante. He sees him as the 3D's. Dark, Dangerous & Domineering. Perfect for what he has in mind. Dante saved Carl's life, so he feels responsible for the kid. He does not think he is big enough or old enough to handle what he would give to him. Turns out that is not quite true... When push comes to shove, all that matters is that Carl is willing to do what it takes to be where Dante is. Can Dante make a place in his carefully ordered life for him? All Carl wants is to be his. There is more going on here, and Dante is right to be worried. It is a case of opposites attract. This is a great book of suspense and good banter. Sexy times, and dark and dangerous times. I loved how they could not deny one another even when they want to. ***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.