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Stealing Rain

Narrated by: Jim Bowie
Length: 1 hr and 46 mins
Categories: Erotica, Fiction
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Summary

In the not too distant future, water becomes so scarce the hunt is on for any drop on other planets. Drew and Trace, former lovers find that love, not just rain, is high at any price. Drew Lecour was once the pride of the military, until he’d decided to leave the federation and became a rogue, selling water to the highest bidder. Trace had a history with Drew, one that involved some hot sex and broken promises. And now, after not seeing him for years, Drew and his crew suddenly show up on a planet Trace has been contracted to protect, a planet where Drew is set to drill for water.

Trace doesn’t have a choice. He has to defend the water supply. His men are waiting for their leader to give the order to kill, but he can’t bring himself to do that. So he confiscates Drew’s equipment and takes him prisoner; but having Drew naked and at his mercy proves far more challenging than he’d anticipated. And then, there are other forces at play....

©2010 AJ Llewellyn & DJ Manly (P)2011 AJ Llewellyn & DJ Manly

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  • M Shane
  • 08-04-12

Short but enjoyable!

There is a sex scene, while Trace is imprisoned, that made me uncomfortable.

I felt the narrators voice didn't suit the characters...but narrated well. That's just my own perception though...