by Anita Cox

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ALIAS by Anita Cox

Anna Markov has had a long and lonely road as an undercover agent. After a year away from home, she anxiously awaits her return to Houston...and Darwin's bed.

When she finally makes it home, things do not go as planned. Not only does her handler find her favorite hiding spot, while she's waiting for her romantic interlude with Darwin, she's approached by a saucy little number who cannot taker her eyes off Anna. Eden and Darwin break the news to Anna.

Not only has her vacation been cut short, she has another assignment. Her new alias is that of a submissive in Eden's BDSM club, Illumination. Can this secret agent with a lifetime of being dominant in her life, finally relinquish control? Will she find it's exactly what she needs? Can she quash her natural instincts and convince the target that she is, in fact, a submissive, or will he discover her identity, risking the lives of the two people she loves the most?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156967452
Publisher: Syn Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 12/06/2016
Series: Club Illumination BDSM , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 171 KB

About the Author

Anita Cox is a bestselling author of a growing number of novels. For over ten years, she's written contemporary, erotic, and paranormal, romances via traditional, independent, and audio publishers.

An only child born and raised in the Midwest, Anita enjoyed reading novels as a way to occupy herself and set her imagination free. That propensity blossomed into creations of her own as she began crafting novels.

In her free time, Anita enjoys fishing, hard rock, and devouring equal portions of strong coffee and heart-stopping novels.

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Alias: Two of a Kind? (APO Series #1) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found that reading this book the whole series started coming together. I've read the regular Alias books and now that there are the APO series it completes the whole series. I like the fact that in the book Sydney goes through the reasons why she is not like Arvin Sloane. When the person that Sydney needs to go to New Orleans with says that Sydney and Arvin have so much in common Sydney looks back at the good she has done and the bad Arvin has done and says to herself that she is in no way like Sloane. At the end of the book I like how she realizes that in some ways she is like Sloane. I love how the author brings the characters to life and when I read the book I can picture Sydney and the other woman fighting.