Going to the Chapel [MultiFormat]
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eBook by J. J. Massa & Alexa Snow & Jenna Jones
eBook Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica
eBook Description: Who doesn't love a wedding? The three stories in Going to the Chapel prove that everyone has a special day. In Don't Ask by J.J. Massa, Captain Zachary Smith has always wanted to find out what boils behind Agent Falk Thayer's calm exterior. Falk, on the other hand, isn't looking for anything long-term. Never has. Never will. When things get hot and heavy between them, Captain Smith has to decide if he's willing to take less than what he needs or sacrifice everything. In Building a Life by Alexa Snow, when Levi goes to his best friend Cooper's engagement party, he doesn't expect to meet someone fascinating--and he definitely doesn't expect that someone to be Cooper's five-year-old niece Ashley. It comes as an even bigger surprise to find that Ashley's father Philip is both fascinating and hot. But Philip is married, even if his wife is mysteriously out of the picture, so this ready-made family can't possibly have room in it for Levi... or can it? Finally, in Apples and Gin by Jenna Jones, country singer Sawyer Shaw loves photographer Noah Kingston and is tired of hiding it. He's kept his sexuality hidden for the sake of his career and his family, but over the past ten years Sawyer has come to realize what matters most to him is Noah and his happiness, and Sawyer is ready not only to make it public but also to make it permanent.
eBook Publisher: Torquere Press/Top Shelf, Published: http://www.torquerepress.com, 2009
Fictionwise Release Date: October 2009
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Captain Zachary Smith bit back a groan when he saw the man seated in front of his colonel's desk. It was his nemesis, his secret crush. His face serious and otherwise expressionless, he did his best to pretend that he was alone in the room, listening to a recording.
"Rest, Captain," barked his commander, Colonel Marshall. Zack dropped his salute to clasp his hands behind his back, eyes fixed on an invisible point above the colonel's head. "Mr. Thayer has need of your services once again," the senior officer went on. Zack fought the urge to cringe or to look at the third man.
Federal Agent Falk Thayer lounged easily in his chair, seemingly unaffected by the scene playing out in front of him. He'd come in and announced his needs. The ranking officer had listened and offered him provision. Zack had an emotional price to pay, but Falk was apparently unmoved by it.
"Captain," growled Colonel Marshall, "Federal Agent Thayer will require your cooperation regarding the Pavarato case." The older man nodded toward a beige folder resting on the corner of his desk. "I expect you to assist fully with his investigation."
"Yes, sir. Of course, sir," Zack rapped back, focused entirely on his superior officer.
"That will be all, Captain." The colonel nodded sharply. "You are excused. Make yourself available to Agent Thayer," he ordered.
"Yes, sir," Zack affirmed, turning sharply. Without even a quick look toward Falk Thayer, he left the room.