Four Noble Truths by J. D. Buxton

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"Though largely dark, violent, and gritty, Four Noble Truths is well balanced with elements of emotional romance, intense sex, friendship, redemption, and healing. Though the plot can feel a bit repetitive,the overall story is unique and compelling, with a satisfying conclusion."
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"Dragon is a passionate and deeply devoted young man with a hidden, horrible past that haunts him into his present life.
In this erotic thriller, a covert organization targets instigators of child-related crimes across the globe. It’s the story of a group of people brought together by the horrors of human trafficking.
Still plagued by the nightmares of the trauma he endured Dragon connects with Raven, physically and emotionally. This couple brings heat to the pages with their many steamy sexual encounters.
Along with their comrades Wax and Sarge, and always the guidance of their mentor Sensei, Dragon and Raven travel the world fighting the dark underworld that they themselves were victims of.
In this compelling story about redemption, love and fate, a young man, his love and his devoted team share a strong bond and common goal. They fight together, laugh together and heal together."
 

About J. D. Buxton

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J D Buxton was born and raised in Southern Ontario. After graduating from college, she pursued a career in sales and marketing and lived in Vancouver, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta where she raised her family. She is married with three children and currently resides in Southern Ontario where she enjoys all things equine, country and western music and home cooking.
 
Published August 22, 2014 by iUniverse. 342 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

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on Dec 22 2014

"Though largely dark, violent, and gritty, Four Noble Truths is well balanced with elements of emotional romance, intense sex, friendship, redemption, and healing. Though the plot can feel a bit repetitive,the overall story is unique and compelling, with a satisfying conclusion."

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