Passion's Victory

Passion s Victory When passion is the prize it s time to change the rules Micah Souther is young talented and gay As the junior owner of the family business he knows better than to look for love on the clock Jonas

  • Title: Passion's Victory
  • Author: K.C. Kendricks
  • ISBN: 9781602723306
  • Page: 340
  • Format: ebook
  • When passion is the prize, it s time to change the rules Micah Souther is young, talented, and gay As the junior owner of the family business, he knows better than to look for love on the clock Jonas Chadwick is the new guy at the firm Older, wiser, and a survivor of the school of hard knocks, he s not in the market for an office romance, even if he knows for certaWhen passion is the prize, it s time to change the rules Micah Souther is young, talented, and gay As the junior owner of the family business, he knows better than to look for love on the clock Jonas Chadwick is the new guy at the firm Older, wiser, and a survivor of the school of hard knocks, he s not in the market for an office romance, even if he knows for certain his young boss is gay One kiss is all it takes to send Micah and Jonas on a collision course, and when bodies collide, the friction gets hot Genres Gay Contemporary

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    1. Micah is the not so young son of the owner of an important architecture firm. At 34 years old he is already a partner in the firm and owner of thr 25% of it. Micah is also gay and out, but he doesn't flaunt his sexuality in respect of his older father and grandfather. And then when he turned 30 he suffered from he strange case of tiredness he is tired of no stings attach relationship and he is searching for Mr Right. To him, Mr Right is an older man with a bit of domineering behavior like Jonas. [...]

    2. So-so m/m romance about a guy who owns part of an architectural firm and can't resist the newly contracted, older architect. Does Kendricks always write in first person point-of-view? Seems like it, from what I've read. Not my favorite, especially when the characters don't seem particularly guy-like.

    3. I enjoyed this story - it was an entertaining afternoon read. It is part of the Victory series but is completely stand alone and had no reference to the other books.

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