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Aidan and Liam’s new client is former gay porn star Freddie Venus, who survived an epic slide and now lives a solitary life in a restored farmhouse outside Nice. He hires bodyguards when he begins to believe he is being stalked.

Newt Camilleri is a sad, overweight 50-year-old who writes gay unicorn porn but has no romantic life. He has fled his dead-end job and old life to start again on the Riviera. When he spots Freddie, his porn idol, in a grocery store, he kicks off the plot that will bring them together.

But Freddie's past is about to come back to haunt him. Will Aidan and Liam be able to save Freddie, and help him and Newt start a new story together?

©2018 Neil Plakcy (P)2019 Neil Plakcy

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  • emily
  • 02-10-2020

Love love love

This is book 7 in this series, so obviously I love these books, but this one is my favorite by far. I haven’t really connected to any of the secondary characters from the other books like I have with Freddie and Newt. If he isn’t already, Mr Plakcy should definitely write some books about those two. I just loved them so much. My one small criticism is the fact that it states over and over how huge Newt is, but 275 for a guy of his height isn’t *that* fat. Yes, he’s overweight, but I feel like it is blown out of proportion here. Also, I am not crazy about the narration. But I have stuck with it this long, and I plan to finish the series then buy the hard copies (cause I am old school that way!)

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