Guardian's Secret

Guardian's Secret

by Amy Raby

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Guardian's Secret by Amy Raby

Drusus, recently retired from the imperial guard, has a secret he's kept all his life. He's a "morsey," the Kjallan slang term for a man attracted to other men. But there is little tolerance for morseys in the imperial city, and Drusus must conceal his nature to preserve his friendships, his pension, and his social standing.

It's not working. Drusus is lonely, and the woman he ineptly courts has sensed his ambivalence and fallen in love with someone else.

When a fire mage starts burning down morsey taverns and the corrupt city guard ignores the crimes, Drusus takes it upon himself to stand guard over the last remaining tavern. There he meets Caz, a gregarious dock worker, who boldly flirts with him. Drusus wants Caz, but is he willing to risk everything in the pursuit of his desire?

Note to readers: Guardian's Secret is a gay (m/m) romance set in the Hearts and Thrones universe. It is a long novella, approximately half the length of a novel, and is a side story that occurs chronologically after Healer's Touch.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151182287
Publisher: Amy Raby
Publication date: 09/08/2015
Series: Hearts and Thrones , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 195
File size: 884 KB

About the Author

Amy Raby is literally a product of the U.S. space program, since her parents met working for NASA on the Apollo missions. After earning her Bachelor’s in Computer Science from the University of Washington, Amy settled with her family in the Pacific Northwest. She is an animal lover who keeps a small menagerie consisting of two Golden Retrievers, two snakes, and an Andalusian horse.

Amy is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Hearts and Thrones series as well as the Coalition of Mages series. She is a 2011 Golden Heart® finalist for Assassin’s Gambit, a 2014 PRISM winner for Spy’s Honor, and a 2012 Daphne du Maurier winner for The Fire Seer.

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