Release Day: Black Flagged by Emma Jaye
(Lights Out #5)
by Emma Jaye
Release Date: June 20, 2023
About Black Flagged
Will a Black Flag end love before it leaves the starting line?
Dren is a mercenary, not a babysitter, yet protecting an F1 “bad boy” from his own recklessness is his next contract. The media darling everyone loves to hate is annoying as hell and a target both on and off the track.
Staying close is the only way to protect Karl from himself and others, but the forced proximity reveals the man behind the uncaring, flippant mask. In public and private, Karl craves attention, but it's not Dren’s job to provide it. But Dren can’t help falling for Karl’s provocative passion, and he shouldn’t because when the contract ends, he’ll return to the organization that holds his soul.
Karl avoids people he can’t trick, charm, or buy, and his new bodyguard falls into that irritating category. But before he knows it, Dren’s imposing presence becomes his seatbelt in the rocky, perilous world of F1 because there’s genuine concern and interest behind the gruff exterior.
When a fiery crash gets Karl suspended for dangerous driving, can the pair find his mysterious enemy before Karl loses his career and Dren?
This M/M romance from Emma Jaye features an arrogant F1 driver with a hidden past and a bodyguard who is in way too deep, and is set in the high octane world of Formula 1 featuring fast cars, driving at the limit, spectacular crashes, heated rivalries, and of course, a HEA.
Each book in the Lights Out collection is a standalone story, and the books can be read in any order.
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About Emma Jaye
Emma Jaye is the #1 Amazon bestselling author of angsty, dark M/M paranormal, sci-fi, and contemporary series including Incubus, DeMMonica Paint, Lies, and Malthusia.
Born in Hungry Bottom (yes, it's a real place) as an unexpected twin, she was destined to be a little different!
She loves putting damaged, often sweet and funny characters through hell before letting them have a well-earned HFN or HEA. Writing sci-fi, paranormal, and contemporary romance with M/M, M/F, and multiple partner characters, she concentrates on men who love men these days. She blames her rebellious muse (who looks like Chris from the Paint series) for the hot aspects tickling the angst, and the humor cuddling up with the hotness.
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