The Agency: Marek & Tyrone

The Agency Marek Tyrone Marek Dublecek is a loner He s satisfied with his life as an agent He has an apartment a bed a kitchen a couch The Agency is his real home though and The Old Man is the closest thing he has to fa

  • Title: The Agency: Marek & Tyrone
  • Author: J.J. Massa
  • ISBN: 9781600540479
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • Marek Dublecek is a loner He s satisfied with his life as an agent He has an apartment, a bed, a kitchen, a couch The Agency is his real home, though, and The Old Man is the closest thing he has to family He doesn t have friends Well, maybe one The night cook in The Agency cafeteria who always gives him little treats His name is Tyrone He s nice enough TyroneMarek Dublecek is a loner He s satisfied with his life as an agent He has an apartment, a bed, a kitchen, a couch The Agency is his real home, though, and The Old Man is the closest thing he has to family He doesn t have friends Well, maybe one The night cook in The Agency cafeteria who always gives him little treats His name is Tyrone He s nice enough Tyrone Johnson may look big and mean and tough, but he wouldn t hurt a butterfly He s always had a soft spot for stray dogs and lost causes That skinny little white boy with the bad attitude he s both Something about him makes Tyrone feel good inside He ll do anything for one of those rare half smiles Anything.

    One thought on “The Agency: Marek & Tyrone”

    1. Marek is a slovakian spy who work for the US government. He is very smart and good, and very young, only 24 years old. He is not handsome in a classical way and he is also a little crabby, mostly due to his shyness when he is not on duty. So he is overwhelmed by the open and friendly Tyrone, the Afro American cook who works for the Agency's cafeteria.Tyrone has a sweet tooth for this young man and manages to make find him delicious course every time he snugs in the cafeteria late in the night. A [...]

    2. I have to agree with another review I really liked Marek and Tyrone's relationship thru out the book till the end. I was not pleased with the way it ended, should have left the 2 of them be.

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