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Kentucky 98 Proof is a stand
alone story available as a
single digital download. It is
not part of any series.
Victor Carter knows his grandfather only from a handful of black and
white photographs, so his surprise when the man’s will is read is
genuine. What’s he going to do with seventy acres on the side of a
Kentucky mountain? More importantly, how’s he going to survive living
there for a year to satisfy the conditions of the will so he can sell the
property? Even worse, it’s not like the hills of Kentucky are teeming
with gay companionship.

Boone Mosely is Kentucky born and bred with a proud family heritage
he can trace back to his home state’s founding. Following in his uncle’s
footsteps, Boone’s in his second term as sheriff of Four Points. He
takes the job seriously and doesn’t suffer fools - or crime - in his town.

When city slicker Victor Carter arrives on Shepherd Mountain, Boone
knows he’s got a whole new brand of trouble to deal with. And this time,
the badge isn’t going to help him at all.
EXCERPT

Boone dropped the pickup in gear, gave the powerful four-wheel drive some gas, and swung the nose up
the hill before allowing the truck to coast back onto the surface of the lane. He knew better than to try to
back out the lane in the snow. “Can you feel your feet?”

“I’ve got a few pins and needles in my toes, but I’m fine. Honest. And thank you for coming to my rescue.”

“It’s my job.” Boone hoped Carter wasn’t about to get all sappy. He hated sap. It wasn’t manly. He stopped
at the end of the lane, glanced at his passenger, and froze.

The blue lights of the dashboards danced in Vic’s glittering gaze as he studied him. That obvious
speculation wouldn’t do. He’d prefer to battle his attraction to Vic without Vic correctly concluding he was
gay. Getting involved with Carter was out of the question.

He was the sheriff here, with an image and a reputation to uphold. People in Four Points were in a lot of
ways traditional - not intolerant, just old-fashioned. Boone wasn’t ready to come out even though he
suspected his constituents wouldn’t bat too many eyes, but if he spent a year happily screwing this guy,
people would notice.

His was a high-profile position. He respected the badge he wore and the people he served. It didn’t
matter how attractive Victor Carter was or that his cock was so stiff it likely had zipper marks embedded in
it right now. He’d be damned if he’d throw away a dozen years of hard work just to get his dick sucked.
Boone pressed his lips together then snapped at Vic.

“But it’s not my job to keep hauling your ass out of trouble every time I turn around. If you’re gonna be
here a year, you’d better figure out a few things, and fast. And the first thing is, when I give you some
advice, you need to fucking listen up.”

Vic stared at him for a few short heartbeats. “I’m sorry, Boone. You’re right.”

Boone glared at him. That was too easy. Carter was going to be in trouble every time he turned around. He
checked to make sure the pickup was in four-high and third gear and drove forward into the swirling snow.

Give the man credit, Vic didn’t chatter at him while he drove through the squall. Visibility was low and he
needed to concentrate. He knew the roads and where the intersections were and he still had difficulty
seeing. Carter would have gotten himself well and truly lost driving around the mountain in this weather.
Boone slowed as the lighted sign of the motor lodge glowed red in front of him.

“Which room are you in?”

“Last one on the end. Better for the dog.”

Huh. That made sense. Boone took his foot off the gas pedal and drifted into the parking space. Vic
jumped out before he had the truck in park, slipped and landed flat on his ass.

The idiot.

Boone cut the engine and climbed out of the cab at a safer speed. With one gloved hand on the front end
of the truck he walked around to the passenger side and found Vic leaning against the front tire. “You
okay?”

“My pride is severely bruised.”

“I can just imagine.” Boone reached out to give Vic a hand up. As Vic got to his feet he brushed his jeans
off.

“Thanks, Boone.”

“You said that. Get inside before your dog starts to bark and the manager yells at me.”

Vic’s gaze seemed focused on the motel office. “I got a coffee pot if you want to come in and warm up.”

Holy mother of … Wouldn’t that be the stupidest thing he’d done in years?  “Sure, Vic. I could do with a
cup.”

Who the fuck said that?

Vic looked surprised and straightened. “Ranger needs to…”

Boone recovered a bit of his equilibrium. “I’ll take him around the side of the building. You get your ass
inside. I want a good look at your head, and if I say we’re going to the clinic and wake up Doc Martin,
you’re not going to argue with me.”

“Yes, sir. I hear you loud and clear.” Vic opened the side door of the pickup and Ranger leaped to the
ground. As soon as his paws hit the pavement, he jumped and hit Vic square in the chest.

Boone lunged to catch him before he fell again, but ended up in the snow with him. Could this man be
more trouble?

“I’m sorry, Boone! Ranger! Leave off!”

“Sorry my ass, Carter. Sorry ain’t good enough for this little misadventure.”
Kentucky 98 Proof
contemporary gay romance
Kentucky 98 Proof is an
All Romance eBooks
Bestseller!
Review Snippets
If you like romance, men in uniforms and smart guys, cabin settings and seemingly opposites
attracting, you’ll like this story – and there are quite a few hot scenes, as well as straight ahead romantic
and funny ones. Great story that I would recommend! - Diane,
5 Hearts from Hearts on Fire Reviews
#1 Best Seller at Amber Allure, August 2013!
If you like romance, men in
uniforms and smart guys,
cabin settings and seemingly
opposites attracting, you’ll like
this story – and there are
quite a few hot scenes, as well
as straight ahead romantic
and funny ones. Great story
that I would recommend!
-
Diane,
5 Hearts from Hearts on
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