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  • Great M/M Story That Really Draws You In

    This book is a novella prequel to One Time Only and ends on a little cliffhanger. Jackson Pearce is a bodyguard and he needs a new job. When an opening comes up for a bodyguard for Stone Zenith, one of the hottest rock stars out there, Jackson jumps at the chance. After a great interview, Jackson gets the job. There is only one problem......Jackson, who is openly gay is wildly attracted to his new boss. Normally this wouldn't be a problem because he can be professional, but it turns out Stone is just as attracted to Jackson and there is only so much attraction one man can take. As these two spend more time together, the electricity starts to sizzle. They both know that they cannot act on their attraction. Just when you assume these two will never get together, Jackson confronts Stone after one of his concerts and the story ends. I just adored Jackson. He is so strong in who he is. I love the relationship he has with family, especially his younger sister. I also really loved Stone. He has the appearance and reputation of a hard rock star, but really deep down he is just a nice guy. I don't usually read a lot of M/M type stories, but this one really drew me in and I just needed to finish the rest of Jackson and Stone's story.

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