Allen’s most controversial novel since Snap arrives July 31. Combining elements of mystery and erotica with southern culture, the author explores the taboo of male male sexuality in its rawest form. Sean Tyler becomes every man’s fantasy and indulges every one of them regardless of the damage it could do. Rogue delves into unrestrained sexual desire and the urge to explore the pleasures of being a man.

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