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Caught in the Crossfire PROTEKT Book 3

by Michael Mandrake

Caught in the Crossfire - Michael Mandrake
Part of the PROTEKT series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 3.99 USD
ISBN: 9781786516336
Pages: 159

FROM POPULAR GAY ROMANCE AUTHOR MICHAEL MANDRAKE

Book three in the PROTEKT series

Musician Bastien Desmarais is thrust into danger, but he’ll have a chance at love—not once, but twice.

Tryst Olivares aka Domingo Macaya was hired by PROTEKT to guard superstar Bastien Desmarais because of threats he’d received. However, Domingo has an ulterior motive. Instead of following through on his PROTEKT assignment, he has other plans that don’t involve the popular entertainer.

Normally independent of security, Bastien sees this move to hire a bodyguard as a hindrance, but he’ll make the best of it. Why not have fun, especially since Tryst has the look Bastien appreciates?

In the midst of searching for a world-renowned felon, Claudius Peltier is very busy. But even this mission can’t deter his infatuation with Bastien. After years hiding his true self, Claudius won’t turn down the opportunity to be something more than the singer’s number one fan.

Three paths cross, leading them all down a very dangerous road. If they can survive this mission to catch a dangerous criminal, they can survive just about anything.

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Publisher: Pride Publishing
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Pairings: MMM
Heat Level: 3
Romantic Content: 2
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 3 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Alpha Character, Badass Hero, Criminals & Outlaws, Enemies to Lovers, Famous / Not Famous, Interracial Relationship, Menage, Opposites Attract, Villain to Hero
Word Count: 52209
Setting: New York, USA
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
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About the Author

Michael Mandrake pens complex characters already comfortable with their sexuality. Thorough these, he builds worlds not centered on erotica but rather the mainstream plots we might encounter in everyday life through personal experiences or the media. 


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