REPEATING LOVE by April Kelley

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REPEATING LOVE by April KelleyRepeating Love by April Kelley
Series: Lakehouse Security #6
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: Contemporary, MM

Threats made to porn star Damon Shield were scary enough for his people to hire the services of Lakehouse Security.  Ex-military man Mikkel Alvarez is sent to protect Damon until they can figure out who’s behind the emails.  The stoic bodyguard drives the talkative actor crazy with his lack of interaction.

 

Believing the threat unreal Damon sneaks out and pays the price for his rash action and though he’s rescued quickly the days spent terrified in a cell leave their mark.  Unable to figure out where the kidnapper’s gone to ground it’s decided that Mikkel will take Damon to a safe house, a cabin until they can apprehend the man fixated on him.

 

Mikkel is dreading their time alone.  He lost his lover Tony years ago when they were both in the military and he’d vowed to never care for another.  Damon doesn’t realize that he’s been getting to Mikkel from the moment they met. Alone, together in a cabin in the woods – nothing’s going to happen between them.  Right.

 

A bodyguard living in the past meets his match in a feisty porn star.  Opposites in every way imaginable spark something special in Repeating Love.  Emotionally stunted Mikkel guards the sassy actor in their slowly evolving romance.  Circumstances bring the two together and difficult situations make them realize love is possible.  Repeating Love offers an unlikely romance that works, though it’s not until the end so have patience, please.

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