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Tanner and Shade

Demon Elite

by April Kelley

Tanner & Shade - April Kelley - Demon Elite
Part of the Demon Elite series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99 USD
ISBN: 9781487407940
Pages: 116

Finnigan O’Reilly is a magnet for all the wrong men and this time he has really screwed up when his attraction involves two men in a relationship…with each other.


Finn made a big mistake once and he’s still paying for it. Not only was the man already married to someone else, turns out, he’s also a psychopath who is still hunting him. He thinks he’s safe enough at the lakehouse mansion, though. After all, he does live with a group of assassins and each one would do just about anything to protect him, especially two very special men that Finn should not be looking at with dreamy eyes. When his past catches up with him in a local park, its Shade and Tanner to his rescue. He doesn’t intend to make the same mistake twice, but intentions go right out the window when it comes to these two Demon Elite members.

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It didn’t even take ten minutes for the Cavalry to show up. He watched as Shade and Tanner crossed the lawn, their wide steps eating up the distance. The two men couldn’t be more different if they tried. At least Finn thought they were opposites, even though they were about the same height and seemed to dress alike sometimes. Tanner had a leaner build then Shade’s, though. Because of that, Finn could always tell when Tanner was wearing one of Shade’s shirts or vice versa. Shade had on a black t-shirt that stretched across his chest, displaying all those delicious muscles. It was a bit too tight for him in the arms, so it probably belonged to Tanner. The black shouldn’t look good on Shade, not with his hair so dark it was almost black, and his brown eyes, but he had a tan that seemed to deepen when he wore dark colors. Tanner had on a deep purple shirt and black jeans that hugged his legs. Both articles of clothing clearly belonged to him.


They fit him in all the right places.

Finn’s mouth dried up and he wet his lips with the tip of his tongue as a way to remedy the problem. It didn’t help. Drooling over two men who were in a relationship together was not the thing to do, especially given that he also lived with them.

The constant hardening of his dick whenever he was around either one of them wasn’t comfortable at all, mostly because he shouldn’t be thinking of them like that. It was like being the mistress in his mind, since they were practically married to each other. No way was he going there ever again.

In his defense, he was twenty-two years old, so his dick got hard if the wind blew just right. It still didn’t negate the fact that he shouldn’t be thinking of them like that.

Shade sat down next to him, leaning in so close Finn could smell the spiciness of the soap he’d used in the shower that morning. And Finn was picturing Shade naked again. There went his home-wrecking brain. Not cool, Finnigan O’Reilly. Not cool.

“I hear you have an admirer,” Shade whispered close to his ear.

Finn turned to him and got a good look at the sparkle in his eyes. “Do I?” Finn grinned at him, but his smile died when Tanner sat down on his other side.

Sometimes he forgot that Shade wasn’t flirting, that he was in fact just being friendly. Oh god, he was like one of those creepy rapist perverts that thought a girl was flirting with him just because she wore a short skirt.

“Um, yeah. There’s a guy that’s been watching me for a while now.”


About the Author

April Kelley is an author of LGBT Romance. Her works include The Journey of Jimini Renn, which was a Rainbow Awards finalist, Whispers of Home, the Saint Lakes series, and over thirty more.

Living in Southwest Michigan, April resides with her husband and two kids. She has been an avid reader for several years. Ever since she wrote her first story at the age of ten, the characters in her head still won't stop telling their stories. If April isn't reading or writing, she can be found outside playing with the animals or taking a long walk in the woods.