Tino Santini is offered the role of personal assistant to his wealthy CEO, after being trapped with him in an elevator just before Thanksgiving. It seems a night of scorching sex can do wonders for a flagging career.
Now his new boss wants more of Tino's talented mouth as well as his organisational skills. Neither of them expect their professional relationship and private arrangement to be anything other than business, until a personal tragedy means that Richard needs Tino more than ever.
Wealthy pansexual businessman, Richard Mason, seems to have it all, but a former female lover, a New York gangster and a murky past all threaten to destroy his chance of happiness.
Tino is the sensible employee who gets stuck with Richard in the elevator, but a bottle of cognac, some donuts and an indecent proposal send him on a hedonistic journey of sex, murder and possibly love.
This was originally a standalone short story on Wattpad - basically an excuse for two guys to have hot sex in an elevator, but due to reader demand, I've extended it to a full-length erotic fiction novel. This edition has bonus content not found on the Wattpad version.
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Publisher: Independently Published
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay, Pansexual
Protagonist 1 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 2 Age: 46-65
Tropes: Age Difference, Alpha Character, Antihero, Badass Hero, Big Character / Little Character, Criminals & Outlaws, Hurt / Comfort, InstaLove / Love at First Sight, Lone Wolf, Most Mindblowing Sex Ever, Office / Workplace Romance, One Night Stand, Queer Wedding, Rescue, Reunited and it Feels So Good, Tease and Denial, Trapped Together, Uncommunicative Masculinity
Word Count: 100000
Setting: Manhattan, Key West, Provincetown, Montana
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
Going Down features Richard Mason, the pansexual main character in Jayne Lockwood's book Closer Than Blood.
Though there are elements of the original story included in this book, the two novels unrelated and can be read on a standalone basis.