The Professor, the Fencer, and the Lady Billionaire by Geoff Essex Smith

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"Geoff Essex Smith has crafted a breezy beach read that’s heavy on sex, subterfuge, and money. What’s missing is a plot thicker than a bed sheet. This isn’t a novel for those who crave a substantive page-turner. It’s for voyeurs who want a book that sweats in their hands, best read with a bottle of wine and a cold shower running nearby."
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Reed Scot is a rich, handsome, finance professor, New York hedge fund manager, and TV personality. Erick De Juan is a ripped, sexy, young Olympic-medal-winning fencer who works as a currency trader at a big New York bank. The two gay men have lived together in Manhattan for the last eight years. Now, Erick-the younger of the two-has been badly bitten by the parenting bug. At every opportunity, he's trying to convince Reed it's time for the same-sex couple to start a family by adopting a child or using a surrogate to have one of their own. On the surface, the life the two men lead together could be the storyline for an episode of a modern gay-themed TV sitcom suitable for prime time. Behind the scenes, however, far more is going on in the lives of Reed and Erick than meets the eye. For years, the couple's white-hot sex life has included frequent threesomes with other men, and the bisexual Erick regularly indulges his taste for the opposite sex. At the same time, his hunky good looks attract gay men like a magnet-including billionaire investor Darren Clampett, who is secretly attempting to lure him away from Reed.
 

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Published June 11, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 464 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Dec 01 2014

"Geoff Essex Smith has crafted a breezy beach read that’s heavy on sex, subterfuge, and money. What’s missing is a plot thicker than a bed sheet. This isn’t a novel for those who crave a substantive page-turner. It’s for voyeurs who want a book that sweats in their hands, best read with a bottle of wine and a cold shower running nearby."

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