Helpmeet by Willa Okati

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Genre: Futuristic Paranormal Menage

Lin Yao wants a Helpmeet who'll warm his bed at night and lend a strong back during the day. He doesn't expect the complications that come with the mysterious Ko and the secrets he's keeping -- especially not those of the heart.

Independent, intelligent and kind despite his maddening reluctance to reveal the truth about his past, Ko is a riddle that Lin Yao is determined to solve. Lin Yao's secondary Helpmeet, Nori -- a mistake on behalf of the Tribunal Councils -- has her own ideas on how to save Ko from himself, but will Lin Yao listen to her or insist on forging his own path to Ko's heart?

Although they seem mismatched in almost every way, Lin Yao and Ko -- and Nori -- form a stable unit. It's Ko, however, around whom everything revolves -- and it's Ko who'll be the fulcrum on which their world tilts on its edge.

Now Lin Yao must not only trust, but love, if this hardened criminal and a fugitive from justice are to escape their separate fates.

Publisher's Note: Despite the presence of a strong female lead, this book is primarily a male/male love story and contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, ménage, violence.

About Willa Okati

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Willa Okati has a hundred and one different stories to tell, and she's getting there one book at a time. Permanently glued to her computer chair in front of a laptop, she can be found pounding the keys from before dawn until after dusk. She's delighted to have found a home at Samhain, where she can write her Appalachian-with-a-twist paranormal stories. Coffee is her best friend and her lifesaver; cats are her muses; her bookshelves are groaning under the weight of a tremendous collection.
Published February 5, 2008 by Loose Id LLC. 150 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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