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Title: Dragon and Crow – Deluxe 2 Volume Set
Series: Dojo Boys
Author: Alex A Akira
Publisher: Triple A Press
Cover Artist: Alex A Akira
Length: Volume 1 – 275 Pages; Volume 2 – 390 Pages
Release Date: 25th May, 2015
Blurb: Twenty-three-year-old, Native American, Michael Black’s well-ordered life is disrupted one evening when he is ambushed at the dojo he frequents by a mysterious Japanese youth who goes by the name of Kiyoshi.
Soon circumstances have the gorgeous teen staying with Michael at his apartment. The gifted nineteen-year-old is an intriguing mix of angst, innocence and crafty intelligence, but Michael is honor bound by a promise to his sensei to keep his distance. Michael tries to keep his desire in check, but what can he do if the exquisite teen keeps kissing him?
Volume two finds Michael in deep water when, in trying to help Kiyoshi, he is persuaded by his sensei to participate in a joint government undercover operation to bring down a Yakuza lord.
Before long Michael is immersed in beautiful men, martial arts and espionage all to gain the trust and love of Kiyoshi. Secrets, lies, sex and action combine in this racy, romantic, adventure of two men, Michael Black and his sensei, Ichiro Kimura, navigating a dangerous path for true love.
Is he even going to show?
Detective Masato Takahashi sat perched on a stool at his hotel’s bar, nursing a Scotch. He’d been in the opulent lounge for more than an hour with just the one drink waiting for his guest to arrive. A bit unnerved, he caught the bartender in passing and placed a second order.
“I’ll need another one of these. Bring it to—” Swiveling sharply on the stool, he caught a glimpse of his guest entering the lounge and pointed to a table in one of the shadowed areas of the room.
“Yes, sir,” the barkeeper replied and left to prepare the drink.
Masato rose to his feet, bowing slightly as Ichiro brushed beside him. The man barely glanced at him as they headed to the table at which Masato had pointed. As they walked, Masato fell behind, eyeing his ex-lover’s confident stride. The dark trench swirled dramatically around Ichiro’s long, jean-clad legs. Waves of his polished obsidian hair spilled over the collar of the designer coat like liquid silk. He looks good, really good. Thunderous heartbeats filled Masato’s ears. He forcibly slowed the traitorous patters and tried to determine his old friend’s mood. The respectful bow he received as they reached their destination let him know that they were at least on speaking terms. Nodding his head in acknowledgment, he slid out a chair for his ex and sat across from it.
“Ichiro,” he murmured, “glad you could make it.”
Ichiro looked at the chair and then at Masato. “Did I really have a choice? The way you sounded on the phone—am I in trouble? Or is this just another ploy to get me back into your bed?”
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Alex A. Akira is the author of the yaoi romance series Dojo Boys, racy tales of young, male martial artists navigating some unorthodox and adventurous paths to find love. The Deluxe two-volume box set of Dojo Boys: Dragon and Crow are available at Amazon:
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