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High Stakes Seduction

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  • Posted May 3, 2011

    Sexy!

    I love the Blaze stories. Short, sexy, hot.

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  • Posted April 28, 2011

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    A sizzler

    Someone has stolen top secret US Navy Documents. The prime suspect is Keith Barksdale as the US Navy civilian employee allegedly hacked into Top Secret files just before they were encrypted. Office of Naval Intelligence security officer Lieutenant Adam Mancuso is assigned surveillance and protection of Barksdale's former girlfriend Yoga instructor Eva St. George, who may be in danger due to her previous relationship.

    Adam almost has a heart attack when staking out Eva's San Diego apartment when he watches her through a telescope perform yoga exercises naked. He knows to keep his distance and use his upper brain, but he cannot as all his blood is flowing within his lower head. When they meet, she feels strongly she must stay away from the hunk as her choice of men has been pitiful, but cannot.

    Who would have believed that yoga could lead to a straight arrow having a penos bigger than Catalina? The lead couple is terrific as she calls him her voyeur and he dubs her his exhibitionist. The Barksdale inquiry is also well written, but serves as a matchmaker as this heater belongs to the Wilde lead pair.

    Harriet Klausner

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