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He wants forever, but she's afraid to commit—then his twin brother hurtles into their lives. It was still gray light, the sun was not up, and someone was pounding on the front door. Keko stumbled toward the entry. By the size of the shadow outlined through the six-over-six glass panes of the outer door, it was Himself, the sheriff. She was so not a morning person. "Damn He wants forever, but she's afraid to commit—then his twin brother hurtles into their lives. It was still gray light, the sun was not up, and someone was pounding on the front door. Keko stumbled toward the entry. By the size of the shadow outlined through the six-over-six glass panes of the outer door, it was Himself, the sheriff. She was so not a morning person. "Damn it, MacBride, don"t you have an extra key hidden in the flower pot, like a normal person?" As she yanked open the door, a beaten, bloody MacBride—who was not her MacBride—collapsed against her, knocked her back into the cabin, pinned her to the floor under his heavy body. His words harsh and ragged, he managed to whisper, "Tell Mac, Bane Two," before he passed out. Disclaimer: Graphic male-on-male sexual situations, intended for adult readers; title previously published, newly edited.


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He wants forever, but she's afraid to commit—then his twin brother hurtles into their lives. It was still gray light, the sun was not up, and someone was pounding on the front door. Keko stumbled toward the entry. By the size of the shadow outlined through the six-over-six glass panes of the outer door, it was Himself, the sheriff. She was so not a morning person. "Damn He wants forever, but she's afraid to commit—then his twin brother hurtles into their lives. It was still gray light, the sun was not up, and someone was pounding on the front door. Keko stumbled toward the entry. By the size of the shadow outlined through the six-over-six glass panes of the outer door, it was Himself, the sheriff. She was so not a morning person. "Damn it, MacBride, don"t you have an extra key hidden in the flower pot, like a normal person?" As she yanked open the door, a beaten, bloody MacBride—who was not her MacBride—collapsed against her, knocked her back into the cabin, pinned her to the floor under his heavy body. His words harsh and ragged, he managed to whisper, "Tell Mac, Bane Two," before he passed out. Disclaimer: Graphic male-on-male sexual situations, intended for adult readers; title previously published, newly edited.

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