A hitman known only as D is blackmailed into killing Jack, but when he tracks him down, his weary conscience won't allow him to murder an innocent man.
Finding in each other an unlikely ally, Jack and D are soon on the run from shadowy enemies.
Forced to work together to survive, the two men forge a bond that ripens into unexpected passion.
Jack sees the wounded soul beneath D's cold, detached exterior, and D finds in Jack the person who can help him reclaim the man he once was.
As the day of Jack's testimony approaches, he and D find themselves not only fighting for their lives... but also fighting for their future.
A future together.
My Review: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/658911.html
Amazon: Zero at the Bone
Amazon Kindle: Zero at the Bone
Paperback: 308 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 6, 2009)
Cover Art by Paul Richmond
The Author: Jane Seville owns a bookstore in Columbus, Ohio and can't believe she's actually written one of these book things she's been selling to others for years. Her coworkers are a little surprised that her first effort is about a gay relationship, but she isn't. She grew up in Syracuse, New York where her mother directed the local gay men's chorus, and she attended a women's college. Sometimes it's the straight lifestyle that seems alternative to her.
Jane lives in a house too big for her that she got in her divorce. She shares it with a Newfoundland and a pack of unruly friends who come around every few days to be fed. She's a pathological reader and collects cookbooks, of which she has over five hundred. She frequently visits the Columbus neighborhood where Jack and D live and she's even picked out a house for them. She's waiting to be invited over for dinner.
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