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Valentin Bychkov, rising star of contemporary Russian ballet, appears to have everything: wealth, talent, success, and a face and body to match. Not that anyone can get close. Bypass the entourage and there's still Valentin's sharp tongue and acerbic wit to deal with. He may give his body freely, but his emotions are kept tightly locked away.

Max Farley's life is a simple one. All he's interested in is work, drinking, and picking up the latest in a long line of one-night stands. The way he chooses to live may not be to everyone's taste, but it suits him down to the ground. He's never met anyone who's made him want to confront the demons from his past. Until now.

A show in London brings the two together. Lust brings them closer still. But if rumors of Bratva connections turn out to be true, then dangerous men wait in the wings. One dangerous man in particular, who's used to people following his orders without question. Difficult choices need to be made on both sides. Valentin and Max need to stop playing with fire and let each other go, or face the consequences. But letting go isn't that easy where love is concerned.

And some things are worth the risk.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 H. L. Day (P)2019 Tantor

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  • 04-11-2020

Loved It!

A captivating story of how 2 unattainable delectable men are all of a sudden feeling that connection. An anxiety packed love story that you need to read. SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL! Narration was good

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  • 19-03-2020

mediocre

Entertaining story and well-read, though the chosen Russian accent is not what I would call a 'slight accent'. I wondered if I would move to the 'love this' team or the 'hate this' team. I chose to be mediocre. I enjoyed listening but the tone was set in the first few pages when the mobster was described as a muscled huge Russian called Igor with a scar across his face. It set the tone for the whole novel. Stereotypes and clichés, even in the wording. In the end, some plot holes appeared and it all came together with some luck, coincidences, and negligence by the author.

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