Pent Up

  • by Damon Suede
  • Narrated by Christopher Kipiniak
  • 12 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Pent Up: Mix business with pleasure and take cover.
Ruben Oso moves to Manhattan to start his life over as a low-rent bodyguard and stumbles into a gig in a swanky Park Avenue penthouse. What begins as executive protection turns personal working for a debonair zillionaire who makes Ruben question everything about himself.
Watching over financial hotshot Andy Bauer puts Ruben in an impossible position. He knows zero about shady trading and his cocky boss lives barricaded in a glass tower with wall-to-wall secrets and hot-and-cold-running paranoia. Can the danger be real? Is Andy for real?
What's a bullet catcher to do? Ruben knows his emotions are out of control even as he races to untangle a high-priced conspiracy and his crazy feelings before somebody dies. If his suspicions are right, Andy will pay a price neither can afford, and Ruben may discover there's no way to guard a heart.


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Customer Reviews

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Pent up Sexual Tension

I loved this cover and the blurb was intriguing.

However, the story let me down. I did understand that the weird thoughts Rubin had were to show his character but to me the constant 'he has a face made for punching' and stuff like that was a big turn off. it showed me nothing. However, I did like the white bread comments it did show a difference in the two. And I loved the difference in the two men. I loved the sexual tension throughout the story and how the two men both being straight fell for each other. But the suspense and mystery let me down and left me confused.
I think the narration also made this story for me.
If you like bad men, rough bodyguards, gay for you, interracial romance and lots of sexual tension you may like this one.

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- Cat

shit soap opera

the characters have no real development. they are just one dimensional horny guys. the entire premise is based on a thin thread and basically makes the main character into nothing more than a prostitute.
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- Austin Whittington

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-19-2017
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC