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A drifter named Duncan is a vampire that doesn't know how to keep a low profile. His humanity keeps getting in the way. He finds himself helping Derek Strange. Derek is a billionaire with a ruthless streak in business and in his personal life. He meets Duncan after he comes to his rescue against enemies from the yakuza. One of his enemies knows Duncan and warns him that things are going to turn ugly if he interferes again.

Duncan at first promises to stay out of it but feels drawn to Derek by his animal magnetism. They know they are different, but they have no idea how different they really are. Can Duncan teach Derek that there is a better way before the yakuza comes in force? Is their love doomed from the very beginning? And what happens when they find out that they are forbidden to touch one another?

Disclaimer: This book is intended for adult MM lovers. Story includes adult language and steamy adult activities; it is intended for 18+ adults only.

©2016 Noah Harris (P)2016 Noah Harris

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Who's talking now?

I honestly could not keep track of which character was speaking. The narrator did not perform 2 distinct voices, lack of sufficient tag lines with dialogue and the 2 primary characters "D" names made it frustrating to the point I had to just stop listening.
I have enjoyed other Noah Harris' stories and will certainly listen to others, but this version i cant recommend :(

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  • 01-13-17

No dialogue tags

A good story but it lacked the passion I was expecting. Also why are there no dialogue tags. I struggled to figure out who said what. The narrator didn't have any distinctions for the different characters. So I struggled with it.