|About the Book|
Greg is a CIA officer under nonofficial cover in modern-day Vietnam. Hes a perfectly straight guy, although his good looks make him useful for approaching male contacts the Agency suspects of being gay. Gregs assignment in Saigon is to covertlyMoreGreg is a CIA officer under nonofficial cover in modern-day Vietnam. Hes a perfectly straight guy, although his good looks make him useful for approaching male contacts the Agency suspects of being gay. Gregs assignment in Saigon is to covertly persuade the Vietnamese Minister of Defense to allow the US Navy to lease the Cam Ranh naval base from Vietnam, the same naval base that the US had leased in the 1960s during the Vietnam war. Greg can use any of the tools of his disposal, including a generous operational budget and a front business of a high-end cofee shop, although sex with CIA assets is strongly frowned upon.A video surfaces graphically revealing that Vietnams Minister of Defense, the key decisionmaker whom Greg needs to influence, is secretly gay, and is having a very physical affair with a hot young male pop star. Greg offers the Minister of Defense to cover up the video, and also arrange for him a secret night of fun with that same pop star, if he just signs the deal to lease Cam Ranh to the Pentagon.But the Vietnamese Minister of Defense wants more. He feels insulted by Gregs offer to send over another man, not Greg himself. He wants Greg too. Hell do the lease deal that will make Gregs career, if Greg joins him and the pop star for a night of physical and romantic pleasure in a hotel suite.Is Greg ready to have his first all-male experience -- with a high-level Vietnamese government official, and a young hot male pop star -- for the sake of career? And what if Greg enjoys it a little too much? Is that crossing the line? What are lines for if not crossing?This is a spy novel, an international intrigue, and a very hot story of all-male passion. All the settings, other than the CIA front coffee shop, are real, and there is painstaking situational and historical detail. There is also a lot of fun for all readers, whether theyre primarily after the CIA spy intrigue, the deadly accurate portrayal of modern-day Vietnam, the erotic all-male menage, or Gregs moral and personal dilemmas.An erotic all-male spy novel set in modern-day Vietnam? Youll love it. I promise.