The Ballad of Luke James by Keegan Kennedy

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Set amidst the backdrop of the Battle of Little Bighorn in the days of the Wild West, The Ballad of Luke James is the story of a handsome and hung cowboy outlaw, who happens to be the first cousin of Jesse James. At 24, Luke realizes that it is only a matter of time before a younger, quicker cowboy comes along to shoot him in the back. Looking to pull off one last job before moving on to greener pastures, Luke's gang kidnaps the son of a wealthy rancher to hold for ransom. Luke's world is turned upside down when the rugged cowboy falls for the submissive rich teen boy. Will Luke and young Dillon Donovan be able to ride off into the sunset together or will the gunslinger go down in a blaze of glory?

The erotic, historic novella is approximately 26,500 words.

This work features several fetishes including dominance & submission, bondage, as well as graphic sex.

About Keegan Kennedy

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Published October 21, 2012 by Kennedy-Empire Media. 95 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Westerns. Fiction

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