Spence Bennett never imagined he’d find someone who would love and accept him for who he was, but all of that changed when he met Hunter Westing. By day, they work to survive in the crime-ridden city of Darkvale. But at night, Spence and Hunter hit the streets as the masked vigilantes: Sync and Orion.
While they’re busy targeting mob bosses and drug deals, another shadow moves through the city—a dangerous man known only as imposter X and Spence promised to help the man in exchange for his life. If he doesn’t follow through, the man will hurt Hunter. Possibly kill him.
Hunter Westing would do anything to protect Spence from Darkvale and his own the violent urges. The only way to relieve them are through their kinky sex-life and bashing in kneecaps of local criminals. But when the man that both threatened and saved Spence’s life calls in a favor, Hunter doesn’t have a choice but to obey.
Can Spence and Hunter free themselves from imposter X’s web of intrigue, or is their love weaker their enemies’ lies?
They call him Titan.
Calder King has it all: a football scholarship at a prestigious university, a guaranteed position as CEO of his family’s company (someday) and all the hot co-eds he can handle, but Calder is way more interested in his missing memories and the weird things he can do — like his super strength and invulnerability. Not to mention the crazy vigilantes terrorizing the city, the ones Calder alone (aka Titan) can handle.
Enter super genius Patrick Black. Not only is he Calder’s new college roommate, he’s also the ward of the man Calder’s family despises. On the surface they should be enemies, but Patrick’s the only person who understands what it’s like to have the whole world expect stuff from you — stuff Calder’s not sure he can give. Never mind that Patrick is also openly gay and way too hot for his own good. Because Calder is straight, and Patrick doesn’t date straight guys.
Patrick Black’s whole persona is a carefully controlled lie. By day, he’s a studious college student, and by night he’s a vigilante exposing the city’s dark underbelly as Apprentice. That doesn’t mean he can’t have a little fun once in a while. Calder King is fun and gorgeous, but he’s also as straight as a damn ruler, which takes him off the table. When a mysterious stranger named Titan rescues Patrick one night, sparks fly. If Patrick can’t have Calder, maybe Apprentice can have Titan.
Lust and sex bring these two college roommates together but will their buried secrets tear them apart?
Contains graphic gay sex and violence.
**Always check price was free at time of post**
#MMRomance #GayRomance #Kindleunlimited #Freebie
Published by Book Review Virginia Lee Blog
For nearly four years, Book Review Virginia Lee has been a significant part of the book community. Our goal is to help in sharing the love for all Indie Authors and their books. It’s hard enough for authors to launch their dreams of writing that jewel in literature and it is our hope that we can help you achieve that objective.
Are you looking for help with the launch of your new book? We can help you to promote your book through the provision of a variety of professional services including but not limited to, Author Spotlight, Sunday Shout out, Monthly Takeover events (Takeover Group) and Banner competitions.
If you would like to receive more information about being showcase on our blog or for Sharing your book. Please contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a PM.
View all posts by Book Review Virginia Lee Blog
You must log in to post a comment.