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One arrogant bodyguard looking for a night of fun. One mysterious man too gorgeous to resist. Throw in a little girl in danger, and you’ve got a steamy M/M romance read.

I never understood when people said someday you would love someone enough to want it all. All? I didn’t even know what they meant by “all.” I’d spent most of my life in the military in the Special Forces and, since taking that career-ending bullet in Kandahar, as personal security for the most famous rock star on the planet.

My life worked for me.

I was living life full-throttle in every man’s dream—in the center of a sexual orgy that spanned the globe, without limits or judgment. Why would any man want to change that?

But the minute I saw him, it all changed. I knew he was the one for me. The one the term all was invented for.

I never expected to fall so completely for a one-night stand. I thought this kind of love was something I was incapable of feeling, but there was no way to escape my desire for Leland since he was my employer.

I didn’t want a job guarding a child.

I didn’t want to fall in love with her father.

I did both.

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By Mellissa
This post has one comment
  • Wow . . . your review was kind of stereotypical regarding female authors writing M/M, LGBT. And if you want to mention “over the top,” and then go on and cite paranormal with shifter men giving birth as a great M/M read? C’mon.

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