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For Fox Sake (Fetish Alley Book 1) By Susan Mac Nicol
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Winner #1 to receive: E book copy of For Fox Sake, $5.00 Amazon gift voucher and a special edition original photo print commemorating the book (print signed by artist)
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Winner #2 to receive: E book copy – For Fox Sake
The Places You’ll Go And The Things That You’ll See
Former SAS soldier, Clay Mortimer, the M in M&W Investigations, had thought he’d seen it all. But when his ex calls and asks for a favour Clay is intrigued, and then a bit surprised. He and his partner, Tate Williams, have a robust and imaginative sex life, but the things they see and learn in Fetish Alley take their understanding of human behaviour to the next level. Tate’s take is part kid in a candy store fascination, part shocked. At the end of the day, all good detective work requires an open mind and the skill to ferret out the truth. Still, the layers of deceit and avarice they encounter are more than par for the course, particularly from people who are not keen about outsiders to the world of Fetish Alley.
Clay was about to answer when his mobile rang. He answered, “Clay Mortimer.”
Once again there was nothing, only static and the same faint whistling noise. Clay swore. “Listen, if you’re there, either get to a place where you can be heard or stop bloody ringing me. It’s annoying.”
Clay clicked off the call. Tate looked at him. “You been getting prank calls?”
Clay shrugged. “Not sure. That’s the second time now someone’s called me and not answered. I can hear something in the background but it’s unclear.”
“Have you tried to trace the number back?” Tate asked with a frown.
Clay shook his head. “No. I’ll do that if they call again. It’s a withheld number though. I doubt there’ll be much to find.”
“Tomas could probably track something down,” Tate suggested, “if it gets a bit much.”
Clay smiled. “He could. I’ll see how it goes.” He laughed softly. “He really is a caution, that one. Relio will have his hands full. Much like I do with you.”
“Huh,” Tate grunted, but he didn’t look displeased at Clay’s comment. “You’d miss me if I was gone.”
Clay brushed his fingertips tenderly over the faint bristle on Tate’s cheeks. “You know it.”
The two men shared a heated glance then Tate looked away and rolled his shoulders. “So what’s next?” he asked gruffly.
Clay puffed out his cheeks and drummed his fingers on the table, eyes narrowed in thought. “I’d say we let it stew for a bit, have our weekend away and then gather the suspects together when we get back. Maybe we can get them talking then.”
Tate grinned. “I told you I bagged the part of bad cop, right? I’ll have all weekend to practice on you.” He leered and wiggled his brows.
Clay grinned. “I can think of worse things to do while we’re alone in a fancy hotel.”
Tate’s eyes darkened. “Oh yeah. Lots of bad things are going to go down.” He smirked. “And I mean that literally.”
About the Author:
Bringing lovers together, one book at a time
Susan writes steamy, sexy and fun contemporary romance stories, some suspenseful, some gritty and dark and others that hopefully make you think. She’s also Editor in Chief at Divine Magazine, an online LGBTQ e-zine, and one third of the deadly trio of Cover Thoughts.
Susan attained PAN status with the Romance Writers of America with her first M/M book, Stripped Bare. She’s currently a member of The Society of Authors in the UK and the Authors Guild in the US. She enjoys being a member of Queer Romance Ink, All Author, Book + Main Bites and the Paranormal Romance Guild.
The ‘unofficial’ stuff…
She loves going to the theatre, live music concerts (especially if it’s her man crush Adam Lambert) walks in the countryside, a good G and T, lazing away afternoons reading a good book, and watching re-runs of Silent Witness.
Her chequered past includes stories like being mistaken for a prostitute in the city of Johannesburg, being chased by a rhino on a dusty Kenyan road, getting kicked out of a youth club for being a ‘bad influence’ (she encourages free thinking) and having an aunt who was engaged to Cliff Richar