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Satisfaction (Passion #2)

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The sequel to Amber Allure’s Best Seller Passion...

Although Jesse McIntyre slings drinks in a gay bar, up until recently, he kept to himself and stuck to his rule never to hook up with customers. He’d been down that road before and bore the physical and emotional scars from it. The last thing he’d wanted was to fall for Robert Bauer, the wealthy businessman with the sexy

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Published (first published May 3rd 2009)
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I love this book, nice story and lots of hot sex oh and dont forget the hot model on the cover lol
The 2nd book in the series - I highly suggest reading Passion first.

There is even a book previous to that one called "The Elf and the Shoemaker" but you do not have to read it just know the Store Owner and the Passion Oil come from there.

I'm glad there was a sequel to these MC's, it was fun to keep reading about them.
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I love M.L. Rhodes. I enjoy her stories and her characters, some more than others but thats just personal perspective. However, I really could go without reading this part of any line again 'so damned much'. I am to the point that I know when that part of a sentence is coming and I cringe. Why? I think its because its repeated in every one of her stories. Does it make me stop reading? No. Does it make me say a silent prayer to whoever is listening that she drop that line from her vocabulary? Yes ...more
I really liked this follow up to Jesse and Robert's story.
can wait for the next installment of this series.
horrid cover, decent entertainment
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I'm an opinionated chick with a decent sense of humor and a vocabulary that's way too smutty for someone who grew up as a "good" girl. I write books for a living...more specifically, gay male romance stories. I'm passionate about gay romance! I love sweet, steamy, emotional stories about gay men meeting, falling in love, and finding happily-ever-afters. I love to read them and I love to write them ...more
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“I don’t know. I don’t know, Jess,” he said as a sob shuddered through him. “Because I am a damned fool. Fuck! I
have everything I want right in front of me, I love you so damned much I can’t think straight, and then it’s like…I don’t
know, like I’m so afraid of losing you, that I keep pushing you away so maybe I’ll stop caring as much and then it won’t hurt as bad if I do lose you. It’s so fucking twisted even I don’t understand it.”
“But what slayed Robert was that for all these years, all his adult life, he'd never believed in relationships and commitment. They were highly overrated as far as he was concerned. Some people's entire lives revolved around love...finding it, keeping it. People had written poetry about it, had sacrificed for it, had even died for it. And he'd never been able to understand why. Why would anyone want to invest themselves in such a fickle emotion that sounded too good to be true because it was too good to be true. When the going got tough, even when someone claimed to love and be committed to the people in their lives, they really only honored that commitment when things were good.” 1 likes
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