Hidden Enemies

Hidden Enemies

by Ravyn Wilde

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Hidden Enemies by Ravyn Wilde

When Jenna, a successful financial analyst, walked into a bar after the worst day of her life, she met Cole. Ex-military, he is now an authority on terrorism. The attraction between the two was overwhelming and powerful, and the sex steamy. But Jenna’s ex-husband is trying to kill her. All Cole would ever be is a happy memory, one she can take out and enjoy while she is on the run.

Cole is teaching a counter-terrorist seminar for Dallas’s military and law enforcement personnel. He ran into Jen at the hotel bar and thought the hot, curly-haired blonde would be the perfect diversion for a night or two. When she disappears before their last date, he discovers Jen stole something from his room that could put thousands of lives in danger. But Cole has a secret, one that guarantees he’ll see Jen again.

Publisher’s Note: Hidden Enemies was first published in 2005. This edition has been edited and significantly expanded.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153353852
Publisher: Ravyn Wilde
Publication date: 09/04/2016
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 335 KB

About the Author

Ravyn Wilde writes hot romantic books with strong, capable women and happily-ever-after endings. She has been published since 2002 and is a firm believer in escapism, preferring to read and write stories that have little basis in the real world. This is why most of her books are paranormal and Sci-Fi/Fantasy.

Ravyn has lived all over the western United States, and in a few exotic places like New Guinea and Singapore. Currently living in Utah, she is married with three grown children, and a fabulously fun growing hoard of grandchildren.

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Hidden Enemies 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great story, great suspense, great erotica
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a suprising good short story (just shy of 100 pages). Enjoyed it so much and will definitly reread it .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago