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Publisher's Summary

Cursed: Smoke is a 20,000 word sexy side story related to the Cursed series. It is an alternate retelling of how Nick and Bane meet and is not part of the main Cursed timeline.
Nick Fairfax needs a sugar daddy to pay for his last year of art school. After being disinherited and kicked out of his house for pursuing his dream of becoming a photographer, Nick heads to the exclusive club, Smoke, where young men sell themselves to the highest bidder.
Nick gets in trouble with a man who won't take "no" for an answer. Lord Bane Dunsaney comes to his rescue. But does the mysterious billionaire pose a greater danger to Nick than the one he saved him from?
©2016 Catherine N Tetzlaff (P)2016 Catherine N Tetzlaff
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By Belen on 04-30-17

Ends on a cliffhanger...

Any additional comments?

Note, this ends on a cliffhanger, and because it is apparently "an alternate retelling of how Nick and Bane meet and is not part of the main Cursed timeline" there is not a follow up to continue the story.

Not that I'm sure I would want to, personally.

There were a lot of my personal pet peeves in this (purple prose, and a lot of "older man", "bigger man", "younger man"), as well as very little character development.

I haven't read the Cursed series, so I didn't understand much of what was happening, and the author didn't seem to take any time to try to explain to new readers what was going on. (i.e.: Did Bane own Smoke? Why was he "cat-like"?) and the "romance" was far too insta-loveish without really benefiting from an explanation of why Nick or Bane fell for each other, other than one erotically sexual night together.

I got this under the Whispersync deal, and Michael Pauley was at least entertaining to listen to, but I wouldn't recommend the story.

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By Keith b miller on 12-09-17

it is so good

i loved this story so much it is so worth it you will not be disappointed i love it so much,!

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