Guest Post: Death and Destruction by Patricia Logan (Death and Destruction Book 1)

Forced to go into witness protection, ATF agent, Thayne Wolfe, is less than thrilled. The State’s Attorney needs him to testify against one of the most ruthless and notorious arms dealers in the world. Expecting boredom and lots of daytime television, he instead ends up with a ridiculous new job, a stupid new name, and the world’s most annoying shadow. Jarrett Evans, is nevertheless tasked with keeping Wolfe alive long enough to put Mills Lang and his crew away for the rest of their miserable lives.

Jarrett Evans, former Marine, has always been a free spirit, doing the dirty work for Uncle Sam whenever and wherever he’s needed. One of the best snipers in the world, Evans is at peace with the man he’s become. That doesn’t mean he’s ever liked the cold-blooded killer who stares back at him from the mirror every day. The moment he meets pretty boy, Thayne Wolfe however, things start a slow change and redemption begins to sound possible.

Mills Lang, the world’s most ruthless arms dealer, is little more than a serial killer in his own right. Rotting away in prison with nothing but time on his hands, Lang is determined to destroy the man he allowed into his inner circle. Thayne Wolfe will die in the most painful way… along with anyone he loves.

(Stay tuned for Thayne and Jarrett’s continuing adventures. “Flash and Bang” Book Two… coming soon!)

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Guest Post:
I’m very excited to have Jarrett join us today. He stops by to talk about the hardest thing he’s had to overcome. While what he had to overcome may seem small on the surface, it’s more far reaching than it looks. Read and enjoy!
The hardest thing for me to overcome is to learn how to work with people on a daily basis. I’ve worked alone for most of my life. Prior to joining the ATF, I was a Marine Corps sniper. The higher-ups decided, somewhere along the line, that I was PRETTY good at what I did, so they tagged me for some ‘off the books’ missions. They raised my security clearance, put a nice rifle in my hand, and sent me out to take care of things that were, let’s say, a bit unsanctioned by DC.

I suppose you could call me a black ops operator or a spy or whatever name ya wanna call it. All I know is, I’m used to working alone. These days, I have this man… Thayne Wolfe… my partner, and he’s tasked with working with me. I suppose the poor guy is trying to rein me in. I suppose he’s tasked (and it’s a big task) with trying to keep me in line when I wanna color outside of it most every day. That can’t be easy for anyone and I have to hand it to him, he’s doing his best.

I’m tryin’. I’m doin’ my very best to work with my partner the way he needs me to. Of course, he’s pretty good-lookin’ as well. The ATF couldn’t partner me with a troll… no… they have to partner me with the best looking man in the WORLD… and of course he’s gay. Talk about havin’ to overcome the distractions in my life and work as a team. I got a whole heap of learnin’ to do. Ha!


About Patricia:
Patricia Logan resides in Los Angeles, California along with her husband, four children, her grandchild and ever increasing number of cats. When not being stage mom, baking cookies, or scooping kitty litter, she writes steamy, award winning, gay erotic romance and tries to lead her readers on a journey of discovery with more than a little angst.

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