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Parlor Games
Sometimes you have to kneel to find yourself again.

Fletcher Marin is grieving. He’s holding things together for the sake of his daughter and has come a long way since his husband, Daniel, passed away in an accident three years ago. But something’s changed, and Fletcher finds himself remembering parts of his life with Daniel that he’s been suppressing.

A new romantic possibility with Aiden Thompson, a supply teacher whom he meets at his daughter’s school, and the fact that Maverick Molly’s, the ‘restaurant’ where his nephew Patrick works, is a gay kink and burlesque club have made Fletcher aware of everything he’s missed since Daniel’s death.

Aiden helps Fletcher step back into the world of submission and domination and takes him places even Daniel didn’t go. Is it possible that fate would give Fletcher another person to love and cherish, who fulfills him and seems as caring as his late husband? And will he ever be able to remember Daniel without pain?

Grief can be a tricky thing to bear, and there are times when you have to fight the ones you love for the freedom to be a whole person.

TW: This book contains animal role play, medical play, a child custody disagreement, threat of suicide and some minor instances of homophobia/transphobia.
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