The City of Counts
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The City of Counts

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Stephen Parker's days are as predictable and boring as the tax law he practices. His heart broken by his long-time lover, Stephen is just going through the motions and burying himself in his work. But a chance encounter with Xavier Dumont, a mysterious -- and dead sexy -- younger man, leads to a steamy night that will expand Stephen’s horizons in ways he never expected.
ebook, 14 pages
Published 2011 by Torquere Press
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Short m/m paranormal about a tax accountant who meets a sexy guy while waiting at the DMV, then goes out with him. This felt more like a tease for a longer story than a complete story. :(
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