The Millionth Reason by Jessica Pettis

Corey knows the rules. Keep his pants zipped while on the job. His career as the head of the Gay Department in an exclusive New York Matchmaking agency demands it. It hasn’t been too difficult of a challenge to date, and his career has afforded him a wonderful New York lifestyle.
Then Jeremiah walks in, Jerimiah seems to break all the rules. Jeremiah, tall, strong, handsome, accomplished Alpha male determined to get what he sets his aim on.
It appears he set his aim on Corey.
Corey isn’t going to allow himself to jeopardize everything he has worked for and quickly begins to look for a match for Jeremiah. Ever the professional, Corey arranges a meeting for Jeremiah with Oliver, convinced he could be the right man.
Jeremiah, however, has his own agenda. He agrees to meet Oliver, but he has a surprise for Corey and is determined to deliver it. Corey learns he has some hard choices to make.

Targeted Audience: Gay Romance

Author Bio:
Jessica Pettis is a passionate LGBT Romance Author and lover of all things sexy. She resides in New York with a passion for writing and storytelling that began when she was just eight years of age. Jessica has been writing ever since.

When she isn’t crafting romance stories, Jessica Pettis enjoys Astronomy, practicing yoga, and relaxing in the great outdoors. She is also an avid bookworm and coffee aficionado. Most importantly, Jessica loves spending quality time with her best friend in dog form, Franklin.

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“I’m not in the habit of paying for it,” the older man muses, and there’s definitely a tease in his voice as he tightens that hand down around Corey’s neck, pulling him close. Hard. “But I think we can say this isn’t part of your job description, then?”
“What isn’t?”
“This,” Jeremiah murmurs, so close Corey can taste his cologne. And now his breath tinged warm and wonderful from scotch and smoke and something, something deeper, something unique and vigorous and urgent. And now his lips. And now his tongue, the first gentle thrust lighting the younger man up like Times Square on New Year’s Eve. The one single thrust, the probing push of…
“Can’t say I paid for that, now can you?”
Corey closes his eyes and tries not to beg for more. Fuck, that, that, that was…

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