#SpotlightSunday: Perilous Pied Piper (Big Bad Deeds #2) by Rose Sinclair


Happy New Year! Let's kick off #SpotlightSunday by shining a light on Perilous Pied Piper by Rose Sinclair.

From the Blurb:

A sleepy coastal town just signed on a perilously magical new hire that reveals the mayor's heart and stunning empty pocketbook.

The Mayor of Hamelin
Everyone fears rats, so I never expected someone to claim the bounty. Then Piper struts into town all color and song and fixes the problem in a single afternoon. When I can’t pay, his playful banter turns into outright extortion. Threatening my reelection with a series of escalating pranks that I refuse to admit are actually funny.

The Pied Piper
I know Mayor Finch of Hamelin respects the law, so I can cash out if I push him. If he can’t afford me, a scandal is definitely too high of a price. Pushing his buttons and watching him squirm is far more fun anyway. I’d call it foreplay, but election season is so drawn out it might count as my longest relationship.

Playing dirty keeps me untouchable, but drawing this heated tension out further might tie me up in endless red tape. Despite the delight I take in tormenting him, I find myself wanting him to win. In the end, will I be one left with a broken heart?

Perilous Pied Piper is a standalone gay fantasy romance featuring an enemies to lovers retelling with spice, magic, and a guaranteed a happily ever after!


I smiled and shook hands as people treated me like I had already won my re-election campaign, pretty sure my hairstyle considerations were utterly for naught now. What was going on?

Shortly after, a bright new color in the corner of my eye caught my attention. I focused in on the wearer’s movements as a man stepped into the tavern. His outfit was a plethora of colors that he somehow pulled off with sheer confidence. Lana stepped in after and gestured to him. The man was tall with a slight build and dazzling smile. His golden blonde hair lit up the room, and his piercing green eyes made me want to catch them simply for a closer look. I went white, realizing the most attractive man I’ve ever seen had wordlessly solved what I hadn’t been ever able to.

“Everyone!” Lana called, taking the remaining focus off me. “Please welcome the Pied Piper of Hamelin! Our hero!”

Either his steps were soundless on the wooden floors or everyone’s mirth had drowned out my hearing and rendered him ethereal. He looked out of place and breathtaking, like a rare bird sighting that was thought to be a myth. The world hushed as he came closer, and I believed everyone might be waiting along with me with a bated breath.

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