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He Always Gets What He Wants - A Sexy Gay Billionaire M M Domination Short Story From Steam Books - cover

He Always Gets What He Wants - A Sexy Gay Billionaire M M Domination Short Story From Steam Books

Steam Books, Corey Stark

Publisher: Steam Books

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Summary

Max hates his sister's boss: the wealthy, domineering and sexy Samuel.  One day Max can't take it anymore: he snaps and confronts Samuel face-to-face.  The day afterward, Max gets word that Samuel wants to see him again, but he's not ready for what Samuel has in store for him.  Max is torn in multiple directions: he hates Samuel but cannot deny his attraction to him, yet he also doesn't want to simply be another of Samuel's conquests.  What will happen to them?WARNING: This 5,348-word short story is a steamy read that features explicit scenes including gay sex, billionaires, dominance and submission action, and may be too much for timid readers!BONUS! This ebook contains a preview of the hot title "The Scoop on Klein Edwards" by Melody Lewis.

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