Accounting for Luke by Amber Kell
(Dangerous Lovers)

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Dangerous Lovers Series:

Men with guns need love, too.

When dangerous men fall in love, it takes more than a pretty face and a sweet smile to keep their attention. Love, found in twos—and threes—comprises this series of sexy men and those they fall for.

The path to true love can be treacherous but that’s not a problem for these men who know how to take care of themselves and the ones they choose as their lovers.



Accounting for Luke by Amber Kell

Book two in the Dangerous Lovers Series

If you enjoyed Evolution by Carol Lynne, or The Good Fight by Andrew Grey, then this book might just be for you! Make this one of your top romance novels of the year!

Sometimes love takes more than two to make it work.

Someone is stalking Timothy Warren. When Tim calls his lover, Bryce Mann, for help, he gets not only his boyfriend but his boyfriend’s work partner, Luke Garcia. Years ago Luke and Bryce had a sexual encounter that neither man ever forgot even though they both tried. Bryce might date Tim but his heart still pines for Luke.

When Luke discovers Bryce and Tim’s relationship, long-hidden emotions are uncovered and jealousies flare. Luke might not think a relationship with Bryce would work, but he’s not ready to let him go. Tim learns of Bryce’s long attachment to Luke and surprisingly agrees to step aside. But although Luke desires Bryce, he doesn’t want to break Tim’s heart.

After Luke is injured on a job, he questions whether a trio might work where a duo doesn’t seem possible. Between Timothy’s stalker and his distrust of Luke’s motives will the three of them ever find common ground or will they discover life is easier apart?

About the Author:
Amber is one of those quiet people they always tell you to watch out for. She lives in Seattle with her husband, two sons, two cats and one extremely stupid dog.
 

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Published July 9, 2012 by Totally Bound Publishing. 83 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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