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Publisher's Summary

Warning: There will be tears...but Rytsar demands no less.

Rytsar Durov is a sadist, and he's upset. Bones may be broken. The Russian Dom is a force unto himself, and he intends to take care of the threat once and for all. No one touches radost moya. No one!

Nothing fazes this sexy Russian Dom, but how will he cope when he finds out the tragedy that's befallen his comrade - the only man he calls brother?

©2017 Red Phoenix (P)2017 Red Phoenix

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Magnificent Lady Red, this

Lady Red, this is your best Brie yet. You know how much I adore audible and the narration was done wonderfully. A true gem. Thank you for making the last Six plus hours so enjoyable 😁.

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The Russian Dom's Story

This book was about Ritzar Durov (sp?). It covers the time of his finding out about Thane's accident to shortly after Thane comes out of his coma. The book was ok and the narrator did a fairly good job with the material. I don't know if there were typos or if he just couldn't remember how he'd been pronouncing Leah's (sp?) name. One time it was Lee, another Lay-ah (sounds like Princess Leia from Star Wars), and another it was pronounced as Lee-ah (like it was in the earlier books).