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Cross To Bare by Susan Mac Nicol

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Cross To Bare by Susan Mac Nicol

Book Info

Book Series
Men of London #5
About the Author
Susan Mac Nicol is a self confessed bookaholic, an avid watcher of videos of sexy pole dancing men, self confessed geek and nerd and in love with her Smartphone. This little treasure is called ‘the boyfriend’ by her long suffering husband, who says if it vibrated, there’d be no need for him. Susan hasn’t had the heart to tell him there’s an app for that…
She is never happier than when sitting in the confines of her living room/study/on a cold station platform scribbling down words and making two men fall in love. She is a romantic at heart and believes that everything happens (for the most part) for a reason. She likes to think of herself as a ‘half full’ kinda gal, although sometimes that philosophy is sorely tested.
Lover of walks in the forest, theatre productions, dabbling her toes in the cold North Sea and the vibrant city of London where you can experience all four seasons in a day , she is a hater of pantomime (so please don’t tar and feather her), duplicitous people, bigotry and self righteous idiots. 
In an ideal world, Susan Mac Nicol would be Queen of England and banish all the bad people to the Never Never Lands of Wherever -Who Cares. As that’s never going to happen, she contents herself with writing her HEA stories and pretending, that just for a little while, good things happen to good people.
Publication Date
November 10, 2015
Brook had never really been into the drag queen scene. Not from any sense of being opposed to it but simply because he’d never really considered or been close to the concept. However, watching Ryan and Lenny on stage in their relevant personas as Delilah Delish (the sexy redhead Mango had
kissed outside had turned out to be Ryan after all) and Laverne Debussy-Smith, Brook was rapidly becoming entranced. 
They were dirty, irreverent and so non-politically correct. Brook wondered if the non-PC police would come calling anytime soon. Their jokes and barbs were clever, witty and downright salacious in some cases. He’d never laughed so much in his life. 
Since meeting Lenny he’d had his eyes opened to a lot of things. Seeing his man on stage in a pale pink ball gown, with a long slit up
the side, and seeing those beautifully shaped and stockinged legs attached to a firm arse strutting across the stage as the pair entertained the audience, he couldn’t help but feel proud that it was his Lenny up there wowing the crowds and looking supremely confident and— might he even acknowledge it— damn sexy.
It made Brook hard thinking about what they’d done a little while ago in the

Tough in business but romantic at heart, fashion designer Lenny James isn’t hiding his masculinity behind his super successful female alter ego, but a vulnerability that only handsome financier Brook Hunter will be man enough to reveal…and worship. 
It’s amazing what a little mascara and lipstick, a blonde wig, false boobs, and top-notch female fashion can hide. Not that Lenny James is hiding his masculinity. He uses his normal voice when he’s Laverne, and he’s not particularly camp as a man. His reasons for creating his alter ego are locked deep in his past. He is who he is: tough in business, and a romantic at heart. What he’s hiding is vulnerability. He wants a man to accept both sides of him. 
Gorgeous, commanding, and dark as sin, Brook Hunter meets Lenny and knows nothing about Laverne until fate pushes her into his path. Cross-dressing is as far from Brook’s reality as fashion is from his world of diplomacy and high finance. Understanding and truth take time, and trust doesn’t come easy. But Brook is about to show Lenny that there are no sides to true love, just the place where they meet in the middle. 

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