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In this second installment of the “Manhandled” series, gay private detectives, Proctor Gamble and Blair Huntingdon, have settled into a routine at The Rainbow Detective Agency. Although they are still arguing, they are also still making love and their relationship is always moving forward.
When they meet Alonzo Albertini, an attractive young man from Tuscany who claims to be an Italian fairy with magical powers, Proctor refuses to take him as a client. He thinks Alonzo is unstable and it would be unethical. But Blair argues the point that they shouldn’t judge Alonzo and he insists on taking the case.
Proctor finally agrees and they wind up getting involved in a dangerous situation that involves a dead body, a rare priceless chalice that was allegedly stolen from the Vatican, and a client who believes he’s being chased by an old order of evil magicians. Along the way, they experience a few interesting erotic events, one of which happens in a bathhouse with four hot young men.
But is there really something magical about Alonzo, and will Proctor and Blair be able to help keep him from harm? Or for that matter, will Proctor and Blair figure out a way to solve the case and overcome the stress it puts on their relationship? (Novel 146pp)
When world famous swim suit model Proctor Gamble discovers his business manager has embezzled all his money, he has to scramble to get his hands on some cash before his life crashes down around him. All he has left is few bad investments that he plans to liquidate, take the money and run.
One such "investment" is a private detective agency run by sexy, smooth-talking hipster Blair Huntingdon. When Blair learns Proctor wants to shut him down, he tries to persuade him to reconsider. Although his attraction to Blair is too hard to ignore, Proctor doesn't let mind-blowing sex change his mind about closing the detective agency. At least not until they stumble across a dead guy with a mysterious ring, and a murderous plot that involves the lost paintings of a famous artist who was persecuted during World War II for being openly gay.
Can two men struggling to survive figure out a way to save the lost art and their own lives at the same time? Will the unlikely pair recognize how much they need each other in order to survive?