Bonds of Denial : Wicked Play

  • by Lynda Aicher
  • Narrated by Decklan McKenna
  • Series: Wicked Play
  • 9 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Book five of Wicked Play
It's been 20 years since Rockford Fielding's father punished him for kissing another boy. Now a grown man with a military career behind him, Rock continues to deny his true desires, even while working security at The Den, the most decadent sex club in town. But after a year of watching gorgeous Carter Montgomery come and go on the arms of other men, Rock can no longer resist the cravings he's denied for so long.
Carter has just four months left on his contract with an escort agency, and he doesn't know whether to feel relieved or afraid. Being an escort is all he knows. Adding to his confusion is the way his latest client, the sexy but stoic Rock, makes him feel things he hasn't wanted in years.
One charmingly awkward date turns into two and soon the men are meeting off the clock. But with Rock in the closet and Carter unsure how to pursue a real relationship, how can they build a future both in and out of the bedroom?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good narrator but average story

McKenna's voice is rich and compelling but, unfortunately, the story gets boring after a promising start. The scenes between Rock and Carter are repetitive and as a listener, I was stuck with that. At least with an ebook or hard copy, I can skip those parts easily. Not possible with an Audible audio because I don't even get chapters and it's a pain to get to where I want, or return to my last spot.

There are heaps of better rent-boy/hooker stories out there.
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- Elaine


I waited a long to buy this book. I've listened to all the others in this series. I'm sorry I waited so long.
I really didn't think I'd like a gqy man's novel, but boy was I wrong. The story is so well written. Dealing with all the struggle of society's views and coming out and how will your patents take it. The romance is hot!
I'm glad the author chose a male narrator for this story. He did a good job. I wished for a little more difference in the characters though. And, quite frankly, he sucked at the female voices, but there aren't that many in this book so it wasn't to hard to over look.
Great love story of learning who you are and what you want and how to trust.

Try it!
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- Tino

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-03-2014
  • Publisher: Carina Press