- T.A.G. You're Seen
- T.A.G. You're Heard
- T.A.G. Family Christmas
- T.A.G. You're Found
Attention: This book contains explicit sexual content between consenting assassins and not so innocent professors. There are depictions of male chastity, breath play, watersports, humiliation, and torture by eighties hair bands with ginger sprinkles on top.
Phew! Now, that that's out of the way, Hi. I'm Mr. No, your friendly communications agent for The Assassins' Guild AKA T.A.G.
I've been authorized by the head honcho himself, Mr. H, to release approved records from the agent files.
Agent Code Name Mr. W was recovering from a near death debacle by way of an easy assignment in a small mountain town. Red flags sprang up immediately around the seemingly innocent English professor. Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery Jacob Peters presented, Mr. W made plans to do what he did best, watch , wait , and then capture and interrogate.
But even the best laid plans can go awry...
Find out what brought Mr. W to his knees in this first release from the archives of The Assassins' Guild.
The Assassins' Guild Series are enclosed stories but they are all connected and best read in order.
T.A.G. You're Seen
T.A.G. You're Heard
T.A.G. Family Christmas
T.A.G. You're Found (Summer 2021)
Clever, smart, and wickedly dirty, D.G. Carothers scores a perfect 10 with T.A.G. You’re Seen! The first book in their The Assassins’ Guild series, Carothers lays down a thrilling, fast-moving adventure. Wonderfully complex characters navigate twists and turns, all while a heart-touching tale unfolds. After all, assassins live, love, and laugh too.
This audio version of T.A.G. You’re Seen is performed by Gomez Pugh, and I don’t have to tell his fans how perfect he is for this kind of novel. What an opportunity for this talented narrator to show off his impressive skill with accents... and his ability to croon those sexy Russian words of love! Horoshiy malchik, o da!
Plus Mr. Pugh does an amazing job representing the wide variety of personalities in the cast. From the playfulness of the young guys to the gruffer, more somber, older men, Pugh’s performance is brilliant. This talented narrator has A.G. Carothers’ humor down pat, and I can’t wait to hear him perform the next episode in this series.
Broken into two parts, T.A.G. You’re Seen begins with the story of a young assassin on (what should be) a routine job. Something doesn’t seem right, and when he takes a deeper look at his target, he’s in for a big surprise. Well that’s the story for the second half of the novel, and to say any more here would spoil the whole thing! The reveal is clever and a lot of fun.
This is the second novel I’ve read by D.G. Carothers, and what captures me most about their writing are the connections between the characters. This is a stunning D/s relationship, and the emotions that emerge during the power exchanges are moving and truly beautiful.
Carothers also explores the bonds between the wide mixture of men who make up the family of T.A.G. From father and son, to brothers, to comrades in arms, I’m looking forward to learning more about this eclectic blend of personalities in the next episode in The Assassins’ Guild series.
There’s a wonderful, rich history between these characters, and I love the snarky banter as they navigate their way through the story. It’s not a comedy, but D.G. Carothers weaves touches of lightheartedness and humor throughout. There are also gritty stories of past assassinations, descriptions of torture techniques, and details of these guys’ lives that will tug at your heartstrings. A perfect blend of thriller, erotica, and a touching hurt/comfort tale, T.A.G. You’re Seen is everything I could want in a dark romance novel.