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The description of the Harmon con man was a good match to the pictures we had of Saylor’s
accuser. I checked the name of the detective on the Harmon case. I didn’t know him but I’d take the
chance and call him to let him know I had a client with a similar situation and see what he said.
I’d do what I could to ensure this con artist didn’t make Amethyst Cove his permanent home.
The air around me changed, expanded. I froze and listened into the quiet office. The outside door
snicked closed. I drew my Sig Sauer P228 and held it in my lap.
“It’s me, Ian.”
I laid the gun on my desk. “You should have yelled first.”
It was so quiet I wondered if my mind had played a trick on me.
“What the fuck are you doing, Rick?”
He swaggered into my office. His hot green gaze slammed into mine. “Making sure the blinds are
I leaned back and put my feet up on my desk. “I have a gun, bucko. What are your intentions?”
Rick reached behind his back, pulled out his Glock .9mm and laid it beside my pistol. “Mine’s bigger
than yours.” He leaned over and kissed me. I pulled back.
“Dream on. That must have been one hell of an arrest and booking to get you so worked up.”
“Oh, it was. Law enforcement agents in three countries are going to dance in the street when word
I grinned up at him. “And your name is going to be on the report.”
He shook his head. “Not mine, no. I have an alias, you know.”
That was news to me. “Because you’ve done undercover work for the Treasury?”
Rick grasped my ankles and lifted them off my desk. I set my feet on the floor and he went to his
knees in front of me.
“And I might have to do it again so my team second gets the credit and the public glory on this one.”
I spread my knees and he slid his big, warm hands up the inside of my thighs to my balls. “You have
something in mind here, Mr. FBI man?”
“You don’t have anything to say about the fact I might have to go undercover again?”
I narrowed my eyes. “Something you need to fill me in about?”
“No, no. I’ve let it be known I’m the last option for those assignments.” He pulled my shirttail out of
my jeans. “I even told them why.”
“That’s a good career move. ‘I’m gay and I’m shacked up so don’t call me.’ I bet your boss loved
My cock swelled as Rick eased my zipper down. “He laughed at me. In my face. So I beat the shit out
I snorted. “Right. On the shooting range. What do you think you’re doing?”
He yanked my pants down and all but dragged me out of the chair to the floor. “I’m going to do you
in your office, darling. It’ll be a fantasy come true.”
“I’ll scream.” I wiggled my ass to aid him in getting my jeans down and out of the way.
“Yes you will before I’m done with you....”
|Ace, Deuce Trey
Book #3 in Ian Coulter's Amethyst Cove
|Ian Coulter has his hands full with a sexy office
assistant, a favorite movie star client and a drag
queen determined to save the world one lost runaway
at a time. He can juggle all of it because he and his
lover, FBI agent Rick Mohr, are finally together.
Rick’s transfer to Amethyst Cove puts him in charge
of multiple operations. When one of Ian’s clients is
targeted, it doesn’t take long for Ian to suspect the con
artist is on an FBI watch list. With their cases
overlapping, Ian and Rick are short on time.
Together they set a trap and spring it before their
Doing the job is easy but figuring out the relationship
is tougher. Fitting their lives together isn’t without
obstacles, but one thing is certain. On or off the case,
Ian and Rick always get their man.
"KC Kendricks has created
an impressive saga....
I very much enjoyed
Ace, Deuce, Trey."
- Literary Nymphs Reviews.
Contemporary gay romance/mystery