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Publisher's Summary

Daniel Livingston is finally free. He's come clean about his passionless marriage and moved to St. Nacho's where he can spend time with his brother. Now he's ready explore the endless sexual buffet being hot and rich and single has to offer. The problem is a firefighter named Cameron Rooney who haunts his every waking thought and half his dreams. No doubt about it. Cam is going to require a level of honesty Dan has never before considered, and in order to achieve that, he will have to turn his life inside out. Coming clean to his ex-wife will cost him money, doing right by St. Nacho's will anger his business partner, and exploring a painful family secret will hurt the one person Dan has sworn to protect.
Cam's faith in Dan is tested and Dan's belief in himself is nearly non-existent. In the end, forging a new path could cost him everything or net him the most important score of his life in The Book Of Daniel. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some listeners may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.
©2011 Z. A. Maxfield (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By DJR on 07-12-18

Intelligent, deep and wonderfully entertaining

After 6 ZA Maxfield books, I finally discovered what I like so much about them. She writes with intelligence, both verbiage and storyline. The first St. Nachos book is my favorite and I was disappointed Sean and Cooper didn't have much of a part in the others but they are all good and individually appealing. Daniel was no exception. I enjoyed a few unexpected twists as well.

Her depiction of human nature and knowledge of little things like wildfires, Jewish traditions, Mexican dishes and motorcycles created a full, well-rounded story.

And I could listen to Thomas Fawley all day. I didn't start out feeling that way but his slight drawl and sort of laid back tone is perfect for how St Nachos is described. By the middle of the second book, he had me convinced no one else could do the series justice.

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