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Wrong Place, Right Time

by April Kelley

Wrong Place, Right Time - April Kelley
Part of the Roguefalls series:
ISBN: 978-1-4874-1394-1
Pages: 88

He only knows one way of life, and that’s hand to mouth, but when a soldier offers him something better, it’s difficult to trust something so freely given.

Uri Etters is very good at getting himself into trouble. Good thing for him he knows how to handle most criminals. He finds himself in need of a rescue when some territorial crow shifters think he’s an enemy spy. Virion might have swooped in and saved the day, but it’s been Uri’s experience that nothing comes free, not even from a respected Rogue soldier. Uri discovers love comes easier than trust.

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Publisher: Extasy Books
Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Tropes: Fated Mates / Soul Mates, Rescue
Word Count: 26302
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

Uri registered two things. First, his captor gave all the orders, which meant he was in charge. Uri didn’t look to see who he was talking to, but at least one other person knew Uri was sniffing his captor’s armpit.

Heat flooded his face, which meant he was blushing again. It was a good thing he kept his face buried.

The other thing that registered was his captor held him even closer to his body the closer they came to the others, and Uri wasn’t exactly sure why.

Whatever. It meant he didn’t have to move.

“I need to help my team.” It took Uri a minute to figure out his captor was speaking to him.


“Does that mean you have to put me down?”

His captor chuckled. “It does, mate.”


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.