This one is straight from the heart and because you asked so nicely. A final look at the guys and gals from Sweet Seduction. A dangerous and delicious short novel all about love at first sight and how it can lead to such beautiful, wonderful, unexpected things. This is Finn’s story, but it’s not just Finn’s story to tell. Because every guy has a great bunch of mates behind him, and if they’re anything like the guys at ASI and ADK, then they’re going to get involved, place their lives on the line, and do whatever it takes to help you out.
“I should stay away. She’s warned me. Her life is too complicated and my name’s not on her dance card. I should stay away. But I don’t.”
Finn Drake is an ordinary guy. He’s good at what he does. Cares about his mates. And fights his battles through contracts and in sky-rise offices. He’s not a kick-butt ninja warrior. But sometimes that’s just what it takes to win the girl.
Especially when there’s Triads and drug dealers and Yakuza and tattooed thugs and all manner of people after them. Not to mention the girl’s father and brother, who happen to think she belongs to someone else.
If it wasn’t for his friends, where would Finn be?
Just as well his friends are professional investigators and hard nosed security experts, mostly ex-military.
ASI comes to the rescue, helping Finn win his girl. Because as far as these men are concerned… once you see what you want, you set out to take it, claim it, and possess it, completely. Finn might have thought he was someone who looked in from the outside, but he soon realises he’s just like everyone else. At least, he’s just like his mates at Anscombe Securities and Investigations.
Because Finn Drake wants Momoko Tanaka, and he’ll do absolutely anything to make her his.
This 55,000 word novel is set in the Sweet Seduction World, five years after the end of Sweet Seduction Secrets. It’s told mainly from Finn’s POV, but you’ll find something from Dom, Nick, Ben, Jason, Pierce, Drew, Eric and Adam in there as well.
Last chance. Last call. For Sweet Seduction. And thanks, guys, for loving them as much as I do