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G.A. Hauser has to have a kink for English brat... and if she continues at writing so beautiful stories she will manage to pass me her kink!

Steve is a young executive at an advertising firm. He is a very successful man and till now he has had not interest in men (even if he has fantasized about a porn actor who performed in gay film when he was still a teen). Instead he is still mourning on his former girlfriend, a beautiful and strong-head Afro-American woman, who has dumped him with no apparent reason. And now the new guy on the firm, an handsome Brit block, charming and outspoken, apparently is on the good way to stole him an important contract he has worked so hard to obtain.

Mark has spent all his life to claim to all the world he is not gay. Too handsome for his own good, first his abusive father has tried to take off him the "queerness", then during the college he has avoided the advance of his gay roommate, and best friend, and then during his first work, he was obliged to quit cause all the innuendo from the colleagues about him gay. And now he is about to marrying a girl he no more loves, and maybe he has never loved, only cause it seems to complicate to stop the flow.

But when Steve and Mark meet, better crash, the sparks fly and the sex seems inevitable, and when happens is so good! Steve and Mark are two young stud in heat. It seems impossible not to touch, and then they work good as a team and so neither at work it will be a problem if they are a couple. Steve wants Mark and wants him in his life forever, but Mark is too bound to duty and even if he craves Steve's touch, everytime he tries to quit with his fiance, the courage seems to lack.

Steve and Mark are very intensive characters: they fight, they fuck, they love and they cry, but I have never had of them a feminine perception, they are all male and very sexy. I don't know if they are the female fantasy of how we women want to imagine two male in love, but I like them very much. Steve is in love and Steve has no problem to say it aloud; Steve lusts for Mark and Steve has Mark where he wants and when he wants. Mark is in love with Steve, but he is not the perfect man who can, without second thoughts, drop everything and embrace his new "gay" future. They fight and Mark seduces Steve not with words but with his body, because he loves and he aches to be far from Steve.

Capital Games is a novel who has aroused and satisfied me.

P.S. The cover doesn't suit the book, both Steve and Mark are more handsome of the guy on it.

6 Total Reviews of This Book "I LOVED this book! I had two thoughts when I finished this one, one very silly, the other not so silly! My first thought was "I laughed… I cried… it moved me!" Ha, name that quote! All joking aside, my second thought was, "I have to get my hands on this author's other books!
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I enjoyed watching the relationship unfold and especially the sexual attraction between the two men and the games they played! HOT!
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G.A. Hauser has to have a kink for the English brat... and if she continues at writing so beautiful stories she will manage to pass me her kink!.... Capital Games is a novel who has aroused and satisfied me…
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Steve Miller thinks Mark Richfield is going to walk away with an account he's been working to get for years. He can't stand the site of the Brit. His coworkers and boss decide they're going to make them get along one way or another. Little do they know when they get the two lost in the desert how well their plot will work.
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Steve can’t believe that he spent the last few years busting his rear at work and now the boss brings in a ringer who might take the Foist account right from under his nose. To make matters worse, this man, Mark Richfield is a very hoity, toity Englishman who immediately rubs Steve the wrong way. It doesn’t help that Mark is like a looks like an angel, but immediately sets up to antagonize Steve from the start. This hostility is noted by everyone and when the management team goes away for the weekend Steve and Mark are thrown together at every turn in the name of team cooperation.
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Steve Miller is a former LAPD officer who has turned his street smarts into a career in the advertising business. Working long hours and difficult accounts he thinks he's all set to land a big account when one of his fellow employees retires. Then Mark Richfield enters the picture. A newcomer who comes in and using his charms and his connections overseas to maneuver into competition for the account, Mark is used to getting what he wants and he wants that account.
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