Jack of Thorns

You’d think seeing the future would make life easy, but Laurence Riley knows better.

No matter how hard he tries to master the chaos, everything slips out of control. His violent ex-boyfriend, his supernatural talents, his drug addiction—seeing what’s coming doesn’t help with any of them.

He needs help and he knows it. Help that only a god can provide.

The answer to his prayers is Jack, who offers help reining in his powers and mastering his life. In exchange, all Jack asks is regular offerings of sexual energy from Laurence’s conquests. A month ago, that would have been just fine with Laurence. If not for Quentin, it still would be.

Devastatingly handsome, incredibly desirable, and so far out of Laurence’s league it’s not even funny, Quentin is the flame to Laurence’s moth. Laurence doesn’t want anyone else, he can’t think of anyone else, and neither Quentin’s frustratingly chaste behavior nor his uncontrollable telekinesis are enough to put him off. Not even if his focus on Quentin means breaking his bargain with Jack and facing the consequences of disappointing a god.

Laurence doesn’t need to see the future to know that’s a bad idea, but he has no clue how dangerous Jack really is…

 

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