TESTING LYSANDER by L. M. Somerton

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TESTING LYSANDER by L. M. SomertonTesting Lysander by L. M. Somerton
Published by Pride Publishing Genres: BDSM, Contemporary, MM

Extreme photographer Lysander Brock is known to take death defying risks to capture the perfect picture and he’s got the awards to prove it.  The adrenaline junkie travels the world seeking landscapes or living images.  Brock has the gift of seeing that breath taking picture in his mind and goes to any length to obtain the shot.

 

It is Kyle Dawson, working for a secretive shadow group, who zeroes in on Brock for his latest assignment.  The photographer will be the perfect cover and his skills with a camera are exactly what’s needed for the job.  It’s a surprise to both men when a strong Dominant/submissive chemistry is discovered between them.

 

Traveling to the Columbian Andes Kyle and Brock further explore the powerful feelings they’ve never experienced before and set up to capture vicious guerillas on film.  Their mission goes like clockwork until Brock is accidentally caught and tortured.  Leaving his lover behind is not an option for Kyle.  He won’t stop until Brock is free.  No matter what it takes.

 

Heat.  Heart pounding action.  Adventure and erotic D/s explode within the pages of Testing Lysander.  Complex characters are put to the test sexually and professionally in this non-stop storyline.  Nothing is out of bounds where Kyle and Brock are concerned in this wild romance, though the D/s component is more mind games than anything else.  Such wicked fun in Testing Lysander is sure to please readers.

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