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Stolen Letters

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Tied by his promise, torn by his heart’s desire.

Mr Frederick Whyatt is returning to London to attend his sister, Emma’s wedding. However, before his family leave Devon, Frederick is forced to promise that he will behave like a proper gentleman–if he does not, his cold-hearted father threatens to cancel the wedding and disinherit Frederick.

But will Frederick be able to keep his promise?

Both Vincent D’amonte, a flamboyant young gentleman with whom Fredrick is in love, and Micah Grant, an exceedingly pretty prostitute, are determined to make him forget his decency and promise…

Product details:

Format: ebook
Category: Gay Victorian Romance and Erotica
Written: 2017
Length: 170 pages, 65,500 words
File size: 300KB
Publisher: Independently published by
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“Stolen Letters” is the second book in the Dangerous Letters Trilogy and the sequel to 'Blackmail'.

Please note: This book contains romantic and erotic scenes including guys kissing lavishly as well as the practise of gay sex and it is intended for adult readers only.

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Extract from the book:

Vincent is more than good-looking with his curly ash blond hair, warm brown eyes that anyone could drown in, and his flamboyant attitude and smile. He can be as charming as the Devil himself, and he flirts shamelessly with everyone, men and women alike.

I desperately want to meet him again; however, at the same time I admit that I am nervous and a little bit wary. But I have to remember my father’s words: One step out of line and Emma’s wedding will be cancelled, I will be sent back to Devon immediately, and I will never see Vincent again!

- From “Stolen Letters” ~ The second book in the Dangerous Letters Triology.

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