Read Rogue by Allen Renfro Online


There's something about evil that I want inside me... By any measure Sean Tyler has the perfect life. He is a rising star in the FBI; he has a fantastic apartment in New Orleans and the pleasure of being one of the sexiest men alive. New Orleans is the ideal city for a man that loves wild nights and wild men. As a special agent of the FBI his job affords him the ability toThere's something about evil that I want inside me... By any measure Sean Tyler has the perfect life. He is a rising star in the FBI; he has a fantastic apartment in New Orleans and the pleasure of being one of the sexiest men alive. New Orleans is the ideal city for a man that loves wild nights and wild men. As a special agent of the FBI his job affords him the ability to indulge his dark fantasies of seducing criminals before arresting them. When he is assigned a case in his hometown the past that he left behind comes flooding back. The secret that he still hides, a boyhood crush, his first love, his sexual awakening, all of it is still waiting for him. As he assists the local police in their murder investigation the secrets of his past begin to reflect in the clues of the case. It's only when he realizes that dealing with the demons in his own life will he be able to stop a serial killer. This book is intended for mature audiences. ...

Title : Rogue
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 26019076
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 226 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

Rogue Reviews

  • Al
    2019-06-09 23:57

    A story about the darkness of hate and ignorance, sex and power, loss and innocence and of the fear of being gay. An angry story, and not without reason. Once you have been betrayed by your own parents because of sexuality the world shifts to reveal that ravenous darkness. Fierce, full.of truth and sometimes oddly poetical.

  • Brandon Shire
    2019-06-05 05:36

    First, this is not a romance. If your looking for characters who fart rainbows and work at the dog pound cuddling puppies, move on. This story is about an arrogant man who lusts and fu*ks and loves doing it. For a gay man who lives in the South, it resonates with characters you meet every day. From the haters, to the closet queens, to the young guys looking for a way (any way) out of the small backwater town they were born in.IMO, Renfro knocks it out of the park. This is one of the few lgbt stories in a long while that I sat down with but couldn't put down until it was done. No fluff, no squishy little moments of 'that's so cute,' just hot, horny men doing their jobs and getting it on. Highly recommended for the gay erotic fiction reader who likes a good story with their sex.

  • Marcus
    2019-06-26 06:48

    an ugly walk down memory lane into the land of bigotry where keeping the façade is all and it doesn't matter how high the price is.the book had all I enjoy: suspence, mystery, darknessthere were times when I felt the hurt creeping under my skin

  • Noah
    2019-06-03 04:47

  • Denise
    2019-06-22 22:46

    This review has possible spoilersThis was one of if not the worst books I have ever read, the story is supposed to be about Sean Tyler a star FBI agent who is called to solve a possible serial killer in his home town where he left fourteen years ago under a cloud as child of the damned because he is homosexual and the town is only basically full of homophobic bible beaters including his parents. There is a mystery of who the killer is but the writer also writes the story as if Sean’s backstory of what led up to him having to leave as a mystery as well giving a bit here and a bit there which was really ridiculous because there was no big mystery or story to it just a basic outing. Anyway, Sean’s hometown Sherrif is his old sports/dick sucking friend from childhood who has been living in the closet and still is, so far down in the closet that he can’t even admit it to himself out loud. What made this book so bad is that first Sean is the main character and he’s not likable and I didn’t care about him either, there is no depth to the character. There is no way in hell I could believe that he is a rising star with the FBI or that he is even an FBI agent. Sean is conceited, arrogant, self absorbed nymphomaniac. ALL he thinks about is sucking every guys dick that he meats and he does. How can you be at a crime scene of a homicide trying to gather evidence looking at blood from a brutal killing and then drop to the ground at the very crime scene and suck the local town’s deputy’s dick? Again, how can you be interviewing the best friend of the murder victim trying to find out more about the victim and his habits then go in the bathroom and suck said victims best friends dick? Do you get the idea, there is page after page of this same bullshit. How many times can I say unprofessional and no way in hell he’s even close to being a good detective. Then back to the sheriff Mark Mason, you know the one so far in the closet his head is up his ass. This poor excuse for a grown ass man of 30 something, much less the sheriff has been letting the same murder victim and murder victims said best friend also suck his dick. See there is a sucking dick theme going on here. Can I say pedophile, no lack of morals whatsoever but it gets worse. The ass fuck of a sheriff knows who the killer is but is so afraid of being outed and losing his job and good standing in the community he’s willing to let the killer walk to save his own skin, also because of saving his own skin it’s because of him one the murder victims was killed. And Sean lets shit slide so much not making Mark fess up that has to do with the murder investigation. A real FBI investigator regardless of feelings would dig for the truth of a murder regardless of how painful and not let him hide. What kind of FBI agent is this? No one in this story has any morals whatsoever, not even when it comes to finding out who the murderer is. Sean has this belief that he is always in control and controls men by his looks and can have anyone he wants because he’s fucking gorgeous and everyone that he meets wants him. This is true as far as him being gorgeous and everyone does seem to want him but I do not see Sean as being in control at all, not in any way shape or form. I see Sean as a slave to sex, all anyone has to do is say suck my dick and he drops and goes at it, anywhere, anytime, he constantly thinks about sucking men dicks, every five minutes. A good looking man on the street, a man in a bar, at work, at a murder crime scene. How pathetic can a person be? He’s not strong or in control he’s a slave, an addict. I hated Sean so much as a person that in the last scene I was hoping the guy he hooked up with would drop the barbell on his throat and kill him with it and he would die a victim of his own lust but no such luck. I have never read so many unprofessional in highly professional careers amoral characters in one book. I had to give one star but it's really a negative 5 stars.

  • L. Layale
    2019-06-13 00:51

    It's a good thing this book was free. I would have been mad at myself for spending money on this. I really didn't like this. The MC was an asshole. There's nothing remotely redeeming about him and he's a complete manwhore/slut. The mystery wasn't all that hard to pinpoint considering it's a small town and what not. The author gave it a good shot but failed. There was no romance in this just smut. Not my cup o tea.

  • Love Bytes Reviews
    2019-06-03 00:37

    5 Heart Review by DanWow, what a fantastic book! Can I stop there? No? OK, stand by because I’m about to rave again. An author friend posted a link on his Facebook page the other day with a high recommendation to read this book which is currently free on Amazon in the US. I am so glad I clicked on the link.Mr. Renfro has brought us a murder mystery whodunit, with gay characters, a gay FBI agent, a bunch of “straight” men who like to have sex with other men, and set it in the middle of one of the most intolerant parts of the country. The characters were very well written and described, and the setting and locations were very clear. I actually felt like I was in the scenes with the characters.I have to give Mr. Renfro compliments for opening the book with a sex scene. I’m not sure I’ve ever read another book which starts with a guy blowing a load in a main character’s mouth within 50 words of the Chapter 1 heading! The MC is Sean Tyler, the hook-up is a criminal that Sean has been shadowing. I was instantly hooked, and couldn’t put the book down until I finished the last page.Sean Tyler grew up in the small town of Decatur in Meade County, Mississippi, a map dot on the border of both Louisiana and Arkansas. In other words the middle of nowhere. He is a great looking guy, who played sports, and always succeeds in whatever he does, whether it is fighting crime, or convincing other nice looking men to have sex with him. Right after high school, he went to college and never returned to Meade County, instead joining the FBI and settling in New Orleans.Sean has been sent back to the small town where he grew up on a direct request from the sheriff of the town he grew up in. One problem right away is that he used to have sex with Mark Mason, when they were in high school together…long before he was Sheriff Mason. Sean was also having sex with one of the teachers, Mr. Adcox. It was Mr. Adcox who was responsible for Sean leaving town. In a pique after Sean broke off having sex with him, the teacher went to Sean’s fundamentalist Baptist family and told them that Sean had been hitting on him inappropriately. You can imagine how that went over, so Sean left and has never looked back.Now two young gay men have been killed within a week of each other, and clues tie both crimes together. Is there a serial killer at work? When a third body is found in a car in the local lake, things heat up for Sean and the local police looking for answers.I really enjoyed the dynamic between Sean and the other men in the book. He seems to have a magic power when it comes to getting other men, whether gay or straight, to have sex with him. One thing the book does not lack is hot sex scenes. In fact, it has some of the hottest I’ve read in quite some time. But it also has a great story. It kept me enraptured the entire time I was reading it….right up until 1:40 AM this morning when I finished it!I very highly recommend this book. It is the first work I’ve read by the author, but it definitely won’t be my last! Go hit one click right now. If you are into serial killers, FBI agents, lots of gay sex and a murder mystery, you will love the book!This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes. Go there to check out other reviews, author interviews, and all those awesome giveaways. Click below.

  • OJ
    2019-06-20 02:36

    If there existed a For The Love of Wicked Men universe, this book would be in it - no holds barred, literally.The prose in this book is on a whole higher lever than usual. So clear, so crisp, so descriptive that I felt I was actually there, present in the woods with the leaves crinkling underneath my feet; kneeling down with Sean in front of the trucker inside the rest room stall, enjoying the fruits of my pursuits; feeling the angst in my heart over my long left behind high school love now sitting next to me, longingly looking into my eyes as we sit in that greasy, southern diner.This book is about Southern men, alpha A-types used to getting what they want. Brought up in the genteel, hypocritical, backwoods South. The local Sheriff who was the star high school jock. The gorgeous FBI agent, used to getting whatever, and whoever, he wants - hooked on that juicy, sweet tea flavored taste of evil he gets from his prey. The closeted high school coach that browbeats his way to get that young, hung, unsure gay kid - all of it hidden behind that southern polite veneer.This isn't a sweet, pretty M/M romance novel. Don't mistake it for that. It's a story of real southern gay men, how things really work, how they really cruise, how they really have sex, how their lives are shaped by the hypocrisy and religiosity of the area, brought up to modern times. It is a book of very well developed characters, of no holds barred real men, real situations and real outcomes.I look forward to reading more Allen Renfro.

  • Jinx
    2019-06-22 01:44

    I kept thinking he was gonna have to have his stomach pumped (a la Rod Stewart) from swallowing so much come. I'm all for the anti-hero cos hey nobody's perfect but what I don't like is a self-centered, egotistical sociopath. There was nothing likable about this book not one single thing. FBI agents like Sean can only exist in someone's imagination cos in the real world guys like him would be in a psych ward or prison. *just cos this book was free didn't mean I didn't end up paying for it with the time I wasted reading it.

  • Shaztwirl
    2019-05-29 04:36

    Stick With It!It's difficult to really like a book when you can't like the main character. A couple of chapters in I was ready to admit defeat and find something else to read. That said, the case was interesting (even if I guessed the culprit very early on) and I had to keep reading to find out if Special Agent Tyler redeems himself personality wise. He doesn't but would I read more about him? Probably. Someone, somewhere has got to break him.

  • Shelly
    2019-06-09 06:47

    The story was excellent I thought. I only finished the book to find out what happened. I couldn't stand the Main Character which mean he must have been written well. He was arrogant, demeaning and probably not as good looking as he thought he was. I find it hard to believe that every many he met, gay or straight was dying to suck him off. The sex became a little much. If the writer had focused more on the story instead of every guy wanting to have sex with everyone else, I would have enjoyed it a whole lot more.

  • Faye
    2019-06-06 06:59

    Hot FBI agent is asked by the Sheriff and former baseball team mate to return to town to help solve a crime. They think they have a serial killer in his former home town in a southern conservative town that they both grow up in. Young gay men are showing up dead but who is doing this and why? Good sexy read with lots of twists to the mystery.

  • Elith
    2019-06-12 06:48

    Really enjoyed this story. Great writing. I enjoyed the mystery, the heat, the crickets and frogs singing - this is a re-read for sure - is there any chance of this becoming a series?? I'd love that!

  • Isabella ~Mikku-chan~
    2019-06-05 23:58

    The case in the book was good and I have had hopes for the MC but at the end he doesn't change a bit. The end is quite unsatisfying... but somekind it fits... I don't know if I like to try out the other books of the author... but maybe I give a second try. ^^

  • Dawn Black
    2019-06-11 22:55

    It was a good read. I enjoyed reading it... wish it was a part 2 to continue the cocky FBI story with his small town police and sheriff