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Series: Conquest #8
Published by MLR Press Genres: Contemporary, MM
After years of bad breaks and struggling Brandon Alexander was enjoying headlining musical productions in Chicago. His turn at the lead in Phantom of the Opera was a hit. Recently however things haven’t been so good. A production of Jersey Boys dried up after the money men backed out and nothing is on the horizon.
The one great thing in his life is Shunichi ‘Shun’ Miyamoto, a black belt master with a successful Dojo in town. He met Shun when he signed up to take a few lessons and the rest is history. Years of one night stands are in the past and recently they shared a first anniversary celebration.
Out of the blue an incredible opportunity comes along for Brandon to play the Phantom again on Broadway. Unfortunately, New York isn’t around the corner. It’s been a dream of Brandon’s to act there, but what will that mean for his relationship with Shun? Broadway’s always been a nebulous dream. Shun is his soul mate. How can he choose?
Torn between his soul and his heart Brandon is Acting on Love and willing to pay the price for the right answer. The Conquest series returns with an emotional outpouring from a major character introduced in the early books. Their love is unquestionable, Brandon’s burning ambition for the big lights just as important, or is it? A dilemma or an unsolvable heartache is explored in Acting on Love. Engaging dialogue, great characters, and a smart romance sets Acting on Love firmly on the keeper shelf. Oh, and the sex is out of this world. Hot.