A.J.'s Angel by L.A. Witt

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Synopsis

Tattoos fade with time. Emotions never lose their edge.

Luke Emerson is the last person Sebastian Wakefield expects to see strolling into his tattoo shop. But Luke’s not back after four years to take up where they left off. Not even to apologize for the cheating that broke them up.

Luke wants a custom tattoo, a memorial for someone known only as “A.J.”. Much as Seb would love to tell Luke to take this ink and shove it, he’s a professional. Plus, he’s reluctant to admit, he wouldn’t mind getting his hands on Luke again. Even if it’s just business.

Once Luke’s in the tattoo chair, though, Seb finds himself struggling with all the anger and resentment he thought he’d left behind—and those aren’t the only feelings reignited. Their relationship may have been turbulent, but it was also passionate. Four years clearly hasn’t been long enough for the embers of that fire to go cold.

A few subtle hints from Luke is all it takes to make Seb consider indulging in some of that physical passion. It shouldn’t be that tough to keep his emotions from getting tangled up in sweaty sheets.

After all, it’s not like he’s in love with Luke anymore. Right?

Warning: Contains two exes who shouldn’t want each other like this, steamy ex-sex they shouldn’t be having, and a whole lot of ink.

 

About L.A. Witt

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L. A. Witt divides her time between writing dirty romances and generally causing mischief and mayhem on Okinawa, where her husband is currently stationed. She and her husband are avid photographers, travelers, and troublemakers, not to mention humble servants to a pair of smug, bratty cats. The Distance Between Us is her sixth published title.
 
Published May 31, 2011 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 110 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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