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Vacationing at a well known resort, Ian overhears men arguing loudly as he passes their room.  Hoping not to be seen, he hurries to his room and locks the door.  But Ian had been seen by a man who is waiting for him just outside his door.  When Ian tries to sneak past him, the man quickly escorts him into his room and demands that Ian accompany him while he conducts his business.  The mysterious man is both intriguing and sexy to Ian, though his means of keeping the young man fearful enough of him to obey his every command is more than a little odd and is strangely erotic. Excerpt: Ian had no idea his weekend at the ski resort would be like this.  He awoke to what sounded like loud arguing in the room next to his.  He opened his door and stood just outside the room from which the arguing could be heard.  Ian listened but he could not hear the voices, until he leaned his head against the door.  “You will make certain that the job is completed by tonight or you will regret it,” a man shouted.  “Yes sir, I won’t let you down, sir,” another man replied rather meekly.  Ian dropped the ice bucket he was carrying and it accidentally hit the man’s door.  “Shit,” he said, and he hurried back to his room.  He closed the door to his room, but not before the shouting man had caught a glimpse of the back of him as he hurried back inside.  “Now go,” the man ordered the other man from his room.  The frightened man hurried off down the hallway.  The man who had seen Ian stood in the hallway for a moment, waiting to see if he would come out of his room again.  Ian was leaning against the door of his room almost afraid to breathe.  He didn’t think anyone had seen him.  He hoped no one had seen him.  But the man, Marcus, had seen Ian from the back.  He walked from one end of the hallway to the other waiting for Ian’s door to open.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2012
    • Ano:  2012
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000173070204
    • ISBN:  9781452448176
    • Faixa Etária:  a partir de 18 anos

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