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Undercover Love

Narrated by: Garrett Reins
Length: 12 hrs and 56 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)
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ICE agent Ryan "Brew" Brewster finally got the break he was looking for in his human trafficking case. But to follow the lead, he would need to go undercover into the world of the gay leather community. That is a world he is very familiar with; a world that would require a partner for the undercover sting. 

Vice cop Rick Kendry did not look 28 when he was out on the streets of Tampa luring in the johns for the Tampa Police Department. He barely looked 18, but that was why he was stuck in vice. That and the fact that he was openly gay made him the best candidate for the job, and luckily for him, he loved undercover work. 

When Agent Brewster recruits him for the deep undercover Homeland Security operation, Rick couldn't have been more thrilled. Little did he know he would soon be immersed into the intricate world of leather, kink, BDSM, and human trafficking. 

This audiobook contains adult sexual situations, including male/male and BDSM practices, and is intended for listeners of legal age in the country in which they reside.

©2016 Wench Publishing, Inc. (P)2018 Wench Publishing, Inc.

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WOW!!!

At first I had trouble with the narrator but after three chapters it could have been read by Goofy and I would not have cared. I have read some of her other books and I didn't realize it before this one I will say it was just as good as her others. You may get lost on what character is talking/thinking at the moment at times, for me that is so small of a thing that I'm ok with it. Why did I mention it then? Well some listeners can't handle it so I wanted to give a heads up to them.