Meet the men of the Smithson Group--five spies whose best work is done in the field and between the sheets. Smart, built, trained to do everything well--and that's everything--they're the guys you want on your side of the bed. Go deep under cover? No problem. Take out the bad guys? Done. Play by the rules? I don't think so. Indulge a woman's every fantasy? Happy to please, ma'am. Fall in love? Hey, even a secret agent's got his weak spots. . .
Get hot and bothered with Tripp Shaughnessey, SG-5
When someone screams Tripp Shaughnessey's name, it's usually a woman in the throes of passion or one who's just caught him with his hand in the proverbial cookie jar. Sometimes it's both. Tripp is sarcastic, fun-loving, and funny, with a habit of seducing every woman he says hello to. But the one who really gets him hot and bothered is Glory Brighton, the curvaceous owner of his favorite sandwich shop. The nonstop banter between Glory and Tripp has been leading up to a full-body kiss in the back storeroom. And that's just where they are when all hell breaks loose. Glory's past includes some very bad men connected to Spectra, men convinced she may have important intel hidden in her place. Now, with the shop under siege, and gunmen holding customers hostage, Tripp shows Glory his true colors: He's no sweet, rumpled "engineer" from the Smithson Group, but a well-trained, hardcore covert op whose easy-going rep is about to be put to the test. . .
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This is the 2nd book in the SG-5 series and for some reason the author made this a really short story. There wasn't enough time to get into the background of the main characters Tripp & Glory so the book seemed really rushed. After reading the Bane Affair I expected more. Now I understand the remaining books in this series are also short stories. Too bad as Alison Kent had a good start to this series.read more
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