Wicked Wednesday Kicks off with Sara York
Posted by authorrainedelight
Author Sara York kicks off the new feature here, Wicked Wednesdays.
Sara York’s Selling It
Available at Totel E-Bound Publishing
Gay (M/M) Mystery/Thriller
Thinking of Blaine, Andy touched his stomach, running his hands up to his pecs, grazing his thumb, then his fingers, over his nipples. He pinched, gasping as he thought of Blaine doing this, Blaine’s big hands tweaking him, rubbing him, loving him. Andy’s dick stuck straight out from his body, achingly hard, but he wouldn’t touch it yet. Instead, he thought about Blaine’s tongue and his lips, sucking and licking. Moisture wept out of his cock and he swiped his thumb over the tip, collecting the pre-cum and sucking it down. How would Blaine taste? Every part of him tingled with need for Blaine. Rushing sex wasn’t smart, it always got him in trouble, but how he wished he had the balls to call Blaine, beg him to come over. If he’d known the man longer, he would take a picture of his dick, hard and weeping, then send it to Blaine, offering to keep it up until he arrived.
Love heals all scars.
Teens are dying and Blaine Wilson, a DC police detective, knows why. The scars on his right leg, left rib cage and left collar bone are a brutal reminder of his past as a teen prostitute, and a key to solving this investigation.
Blaine’s trips to gay bars are reckless but he’s searching for solace for his wounds. When he meets Andy everything changes. Dating Andy forces him out of the closet at work and then he has to admit his past indiscretions to his captain.
Andy falls in love at the drop of a hat and he’s promised his two best friends he won’t fall so easily again. When he meets Blaine he’s helpless to resist the instant attraction.
Andy and Blaine are dedicated to making their relationship work when the killer targets Andy and his two best friends. Can Blaine save his lover and Andy’s friends without losing himself?
Reader Advisory: This book deals with issues relating to male teen prostitution, including non-graphic references to underage sex. It also includes themes of murder and violence against gay men, and occasional scenes from the point of view of a homophobic villain.