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Mikah never considered himself the type to have a one-night stand. That changes when he wakes up the morning with a massive hangover and a handsome man in his bed, not able to remember a thing. Mikah considers hiding in the bathroom all day, but then the man stirs....

Will Mikah lose his nerve or will he give in to the passionate advances of The Stranger?

©2015 Chance Christopher (P)2016 Chance Christopher

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  • Shaylah
  • 14-10-20

Loved it

Great book, kept my attention all the way to the end, amazing audio delivery, loved it. Will be reading again, every chapter was received amazingly do recommend you give it a read.

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  • Keith b miller
  • 10-06-17

it was

it was great I love it.i what more it really was to shot needs more

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  • Kindle Customer AgLeaf
  • 04-07-16

Waking, but not alone.

All to short a Book 1 of 5, so far. With the minimum of a book description and what was thought to be at least a 2nd, very pleasurable, sexual mutual climax for both men, the last words as the man left the space was his reponse to the embarrassing question for his name: the stranger. The stars are for a good start, but too short a book 1 to be graded as a book or the first homework for a writing course. The title states (Unabridged). Shortened and it would be the length and as informative as this review.