From the moment he sees handsome Liam McCullough showering naked behind a Tunisian bar, ESL teacher Aidan Greene wants to screw the sexy bodyguard. At first, though, a dead courier and beefy hired thugs get in the way. But Liam soon convinces him - with wiles and smiles and solid logic - to join him on a race across the desert for a rendezvous with a Tuareg tribe at a remote oasis. Then nothing can stop them from getting naked and getting it on.
Together they explore the passion Liam hid from as a closeted Navy SEAL, and the love Aidan's missed after his longterm boyfriend kicked him to the curb.
From the back of a motorcycle to a Turkish bath to a remote dune in the desert, these two Romeos find ways to bring each other to the heights of pleasure. So what if they're carrying the password to a million-dollar Swiss bank account and being chased by Libyan intelligence agents determined to stop them at all costs? Love and lust fuel their passion and not even three wrong turns in the desert will keep them from surviving this adventure alive - and together.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and male/male sexual practices.
©2010 Neil S. Plakcy (P)2013 Neil S. Plakcy
Yes! Sean Crisden, Jack LeFleur, Paul Morey or Charlie David. All excellent narrators. Even Jeff Gelder who I had once thought I could barely tolerate. After listening to the audio snippet they give you, I decided to look for another book. But then I came back because I truly was intrigued by the premise and thought I may get used to the narrator. I was wrong. It is not just that he doesn't have the voice for a hot romance novel, though he doesn't (his voices for the two different protagonists are laughable) it's the fact that he just sounds so old. So when the sex scenes come about, I was positively disturbed. Having an old man talk about lube, dicks and come are not my idea of a fun time. But to each their own.
Find something better to read.
The premise was good however the execution was sub-par. Unfortunately the writing is more akin to those who write fan-fiction online than a published author.
I liked this book because of the way the writer makes you invision the places. I really didn't like the narrator all that much. When I first started listening I did not like the book at first because of the narrator. So I turned it off and listened to something else that I had, I did go back to this one, and I loved it. To me what I imagine is the a man in the army or any branch of the military would have a nice deep and more powerful voice. Since I have never really met any military men, just seen them on TV, I may be mistaken.
This is a romance book, and that is why I like it. I got what I needed out of it.
Probably written more for the male reader than the female. To each his own, I suppose.
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