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THE MAN OF TANGO

THE MAN OF TANGO: THE FINAL
by Tetuzoh Okadaya
“Life is like tango; there are infinite steps.” Although hailed as “The Man of Tango,” Angie has never truly felt the deep, fiery passion of the dance until he met Hiro, a half-Latin, half-Japanese office worker who’s in no way interested in men. Angie feels a seething lust for Hiro the first time their eyes meet, and slowly, Hiro finds himself drawn to the Latin dancer who makes him feel the nostalgia of his birthplace. Before he knows it, he begins to open his body and heart to him. Drawn to carry you away in the passionate tango of when a man loves a man, this revised special edition of Tetuzoh Okadaya’s debut volume, The Man of Tango, includes previously unpublished content.
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The Man of Tango
THE MAN OF TANGO
“Life is like tango; there are infinite steps.” Although hailed as “The Man of Tango,” Angie has never truly felt the deep, fiery passion of the dance until he met Hiro, a half-Latin, half-Japanese office worker who’s in no way interested in men. Angie feels a seething lust for Hiro the first time their eyes meet, and slowly, Hiro finds himself drawn to the Latin dancer who makes him feel the nostalgia of his birthplace. Before he knows it, he begins to open his body and heart to him. Drawn to carry you away in the passionate tango of when a man loves a man, this revised special edition of Tetuzoh Okadaya’s debut volume, The Man of Tango, includes previously unpublished content.
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