As enchanted roughneck Peregrine Varga opens himself both physically and spiritually to the well-endowed Brother Mateus of the mysterious Temple Bratuns, his troubled past with Hangiri Industries handsome and unscrupulous executive clone Lèandre Anandi Bruhn is brought to light. Will illuminating the heartbreaking memories of his time in Lèandre’s control free Peregrine from Finn’s curse or will Iker Macauley lose his best friend with benefits to the erotic shadows of lusty entanglements from the dark past?
As Peregrine opened himself body and soul to Brother Mateus, a hard rain began to fall outside. The enchanted roughneck heard the tapping of the raindrops on the roof of the monastery, and a strong breeze blew through the open windows, carrying the scent of flowers from the monastery’s gardens. Hidden memories flooded to the surface of Peregrine’s mind, and tears flowed from his eyes.
“Roses,” Peregrine murmured. “Master Lèandre brought me roses, and as the rain fell outside, he gave me the illusion that he had fallen as deeply in love with me as I had with him. In the end, the whole experience was nothing but a bouquet of lies delivered with strawberry kisses.”
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