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The new regular at Rise n’ Grind is handsome, sophisticated and miraculously, interested in Lake. Lake accepts Everett’s invitation to dinner while wondering what a down-on-his-luck barista has to offer this charming and successful older man.
Everett Shaw has regrets and sees in Lake Fellows an opportunity to rectify his past mistakes. Even better, Lake seems to crave the structure and discipline Everett provides. Their compatibility in and out of bed is a rare gift and one that Everett intends to nurture.
As their relationship develops, Lake’s luck begins to change overnight. Is it his newfound confidence or Everett’s subtle influence opening doors that were formerly closed? Lake can’t tell if he’s finding or losing himself in Everett’s arms, whether Everett’s impression of him is real or only make-believe. But Lake is determined to be the man Everett needs and the man he desires, even if they’re only playing pretend.
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After months of imprisonment, Vincent is struggling to adapt to the outside world. His body and mind are strangers to him, and Henri, his one constant his entire life, doesn’t understand the man he’s become.
Henri wants Vincent to take time to heal, but the revolution is rapidly unfolding with the thirteen tribes amassing at their doorstep to plot the Imperium—and Azrael’s—demise. Vincent gets swept up in the conflict and in doing so, puts himself in harm’s way. Parousia be damned, Henri will not to allow Vincent to become a martyr for the cause.
With his demoness mother at the helm of their campaign, Vincent must battle Lena’s ambitions and the other tribes’ gambits to usurp power if their revolution is to be successful. But he’ll never succeed with Henri obstructing him at every turn.
Both men are in love and at war with each other, but only one of them can rule.
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Laura Lascarso wants you to stay up way past your bedtime reading her stories. She aims to inspire more questions than answers in her fiction and believes in the power of storytelling to heal and transform a society. When not writing, Laura can be found screaming “finish” on the soccer fields, rewatching Avatar: The Last Airbender, and trying to convince politicians to act on climate change. She lives in North Florida with her darling husband and two kids. She loves hearing from readers, and she’d be delighted to hear from you.