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700 & For a Price

700 and For a Price are a gay romance novels, dealing with prostitution, and a main character who's too stubborn to realize the hole he's dug himself into.




Get in, get out.
Do your job, and live another day. 
No attachments.

Those are the rules Gavin runs his life by. He spends every night with a different man, so he doesn’t have time to be concerned about anything more. It’s either be Adam’s whore or survive the street. With Adam, Gavin has a place to sleep and occasionally food to eat. The streets are never that nice. 

Luke decides to break those rules. One night isn’t good enough for this man. Gavin tries to end it, but even he ends up stretching one of the rules:

No attachments.

Wattpad Link: 700





Brett has given up.

With a string of bad relationship behind him, he came to the conclusion that he doesn’t need anyone. He’s made it this far by himself, and he plans to keep it that way from now on. He’ll never be a charity case. Not for anyone.

Money starts to get tight when his last boyfriend leaves him. Instead of going to his boss for help, Brett crawls back to the underground prostitution club for some quick cash. They welcome him, no questions asked, and start lining out customers. 

Brett sparks the interest of the local playboy curious about what sex with a man is like. He’s happy to show him. 

But when the boy keeps coming around, Brett starts getting the feeling something wrong. This one might know too much about his past. He can only hope that this rich boy won’t be as bad as the last.

Wattpad Link: For a Price






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