Whatever the Cost by Lynn Kelling

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Liam and Jacen are roommates–and elite prostitutes working for a secret organization, The Company. They spend their lives making fantasies come true for spoiled, dangerous clients. In the midst of daily risk of emotional and physical damage, their friendship has been an island of sanity and safety. When The Company orders them to do a job together requiring them to cross the no-sex boundary that has kept them friends, Liam and Jacen must examine how they really feel about each other, and how far they are truly willing to go. Is this the life they want? Used to offering up their bodies without protest to the mercurial whims of others while fiercely guarding their hearts, the true meaning of love and consent is a challenge neither has ever faced before. (M/M)

About Lynn Kelling

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Five years ago, Lynn Kelling spontaneously started writing and hasn't stopped since. It all started with the desire to take a closer look at behaviors and ideas lurking at the fringes of life-basically anything that people may hesitate to speak of in mixed company, but everyone wonders about anyway. She is drawn to that which some may consider to be taboo-the darker and wilder the better-in order to expose the humanity within it. Our most telling moments are conveyed through intimacy and that which makes us feel vulnerable, powerful, or both, and so what could be more intriguing? Lynn is an artist and lover of any form of creative self-expression that comes from a place of honesty and emotion, whether it's body art or opera. She works as a multimedia designer in the Philadelphia area where she lives with her husband and two children.
Published May 17, 2012 by Fantastic Fiction Publishing. 356 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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