Lord and Master 2: Taking Work Home

Lord and Master 2 cover art - gay romance novella

It was just an office affair, with wonderful sex. Young scientist Mark Paulson liked older men, especially tall, dark, and very handsome men like his new boss. Self-made millionaire Steven Frost had no trouble finding sex, but what he needed was a friend who shared his interests; someone like the young assistant he'd just hired. What started as simply great sex between friends has become much, much more, and now they're engaged.

Life's never that simple, of course. Other people have an interest in Steven's welfare and Steven's money, and they're not about to let the pretty little PA half his age take control of either. There's a reason why Steven was still single at the age of forty-four, and some of his family are intent on ensuring that Mark finds out about it the hard way.

But Mark already knows true love is about more than champagne and roses.

free prequel story Old Age Creeping Over Me

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Background material for the series

ISBN: 978-1-59632-742-9
Publisher: Loose Id
Author: Jules Jones
Cover Artist: Anne Cain
Length: 40,000 words
Price: $5.99
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Reviews of Taking Work Home

Romance Junkies: "A fantastic yaoi type novel reflecting a slice of everyday life with all its trials and tribulations including family interference."

Just Erotic Romance Reviews: "I absolutely LOVED this book... As soon as I finished Taking Work Home, I got a copy of Lord and Master to read how it all started."

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Reviews of the first book in the series

Joyfully Reviewed: "Ive always been a huge fan of the yaoi genre, and with Lord and Master Jules Jones has managed to write a fantastic romance that satisfied every one of my yaoi needs." Recommended Read.

Literary Nymphs: "This scorching tale is also sweet and full of emotionally intense moments that will keep readers riveted from beginning to end."

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