I like my women shaken, not stirred.
Actually, I mean I prefer my heroines to have that attribute. Give me a woman who can be caught off guard, but quickly recovers and formulates a plan of action, versus a dizzy ditz whose mind tumbles like an olive in a martini glass. Women, say, like Patrice in Sea Games, the first book by H.C. Brown and me. Hey! You knew there had to be a plug in here somewhere.
Patrice is taken aback when her former teenaged lover Brian appears in front of her after twelve years of not hearing from him. The fact he’s disguised himself and is using a false name blips all over her radar. Obviously, he’s up to no good. Still, he’s the one man she’s never been able to get out of her heart. So, while Brian makes his move of revenge, Patrice plots her own assault to make him hers one more time before the sun rises and they have to go their separate ways.
Yep. Give me a woman who knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to go after it. Brains, courage, and sexuality. A perfect recipe for seduction.
How about you? How do you prefer your heroines?
Brian Bowers is a man on a mission. Revenge weighs heavy on his mind. The need to punish the woman he once loved above all others falls into tatters the moment he sets eyes on her again. Fifteen years of walking on the fine edge between love and hate ends in an explosion of lust.
Patrice, sophisticated and wealthy, has her own agenda. She knows how to use her body to get what she wants. But Bowers knows how to play the game.
Set in a world of indulgence, Sea Games follows two hearts as they battle memories of the past. Will they win or lose a future together?