Breakdown
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By Jack L. Pyke

bdsm | 271 pages | Published in 2014

Novel (90,000 words)Genre(s): Contemporary, Gay, BDSM, Thriller, EroticaThe evidence is there in his hands: the DVD and notepad convincing Jack that Gray is responsible for his kidnapping and torture, tearing Jack and Jan brutally apart. But with Jack trapped in his own mind, lost to blackouts and self-harming, getting away from Gray must take a back seat to getting away from himself.While locked away in a secret facility run by the Masters' Circle, a new beast is unearthed from the depths of Jack'stormented past. Martin only comes out to play when Jack needs to hide, a psychopath as capable of ruining Jack's life as he is of defending him. Martin is the repository for Jack's most horrifying memories, protecting him from the bloody tasks Jack can't handle. Martin's purpose is to drive everyone Jack fears - or loves - away, before they get the chance to hurt Jack again.Now Jack hurts more than he ever has before, Martin is back, and Jack has to figure out what Martin knows that Jack forgot, before it's too late. (M/M - For content labels and excerpt, see details on publisher's site.)

ISBN_13:9781622341757

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Fear can be both a weapon and a weakness.

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Sometimes the darkest secrets are the ones we keep from ourselves.

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In the depths of despair, hope can be the lifeline we desperately need.

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Forgiveness is a choice that can set us free from the chains of resentment.

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Sometimes the past has a way of catching up with us, no matter how hard we try to outrun it.

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The truth can be a double-edged sword, cutting through illusions and revealing our vulnerabilities.

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Grief is a heavy burden, but it can also be a testament to the depth of our love.

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Sometimes the greatest strength lies in surrendering to our weaknesses.

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Betrayal can shatter trust, but it can also ignite a fire within us to seek justice.

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Regret is a constant reminder of the choices we wish we could undo.

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