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Honeypots: The Truth Becomes Impossible to See...
     

Honeypots: The Truth Becomes Impossible to See...

by Kathleen Brennan
 
Honeypots have played a prominent role in business, government, and warfare. They maneuver themselves between a beautiful lie and a painful truth. Elizabeth A. Faust, is an elite spy, a Honeypot, a women who uses the power of seduction and deception to get the crucial information she seeks. Both men and women are drawn to her, they become trapped by the allure of her

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Honeypots have played a prominent role in business, government, and warfare. They maneuver themselves between a beautiful lie and a painful truth. Elizabeth A. Faust, is an elite spy, a Honeypot, a women who uses the power of seduction and deception to get the crucial information she seeks. Both men and women are drawn to her, they become trapped by the allure of her mind, her body, and her scent. The men and women in this story are like you and me, when we give ourselves over, we surrender. In this state we can easily be deceived because the truth becomes impossible to see.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781483552767
Publisher:
BookBaby
Publication date:
03/31/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
210
File size:
552 KB

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