Fa‡ade

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Fa‡ade

Jonas Hunter is paid, a lot, for his time and attention and has a small, exclusive clientèle.  He isn't looking for another client, but is persuaded to take one on.  The trouble - or so it appears - is that it is Nicky Bryant, who seemingly has all of the qualities that Jonas doesn't like in a man: he is effeminate, throws tantrums, and looks to be attention grabbing. Jonas learns that what he sees is Nicky's public façade and that the man is quite different out of the spotlight.

An attraction flares between the two men and they will need to decide whether it is worth pursuing.  Will they be able to balance on the tightrope that is the difference between their public and private selves? Will they be able to learn to trust each other enough to share their lives....and their love?

I found Façade to be a great read.  It is a wonderful story that explores the deceptiveness of appearances and the differences between what the public sees of a person and who that person really is.  Façade is also the story about working things out and being willing to see things through even though there are misunderstandings. Wonderful read for anyone looking for a good story.


Book Blurb for Fa‡ade

Page Count: 236
 
Jonas Hunter is a high-class body for hire with a small, exclusive, mostly male clientèle who pay big bucks for his undivided time and attention. Discretion is Jonas's middle name—he can play his role to the hilt for the client's benefit and at the same time disappear seamlessly into a crowd, safely anonymous.
 
He's persuaded to take on a new client who is everything he despises in a man: the effeminate, tantrum-throwing, attention-seeking bad boy of Paris haute couture named Nicky Bryant. Nicky's shows are outrageous and always good for a front cover, and his appearance never fails to turn heads. But Jonas soon learns Nicky is a carefully maintained façade himself.
 
As a fiery attraction grows, Jonas and Nicky have to find a way to walk the tightrope between their public and private personas. They'll need to learn to love and trust each other around the other people in their lives if they're going to share their hearts.

Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2010 4.75