When Brigit, the niece of Thia’s secretary, tells her parents that she is going to visit her boyfriend’s family in Pakistan instead of coming home immediately for her school holiday, they’re nearly panicked. But Thia assures July that the girl is just exploring life and not to worry. Now, the girl is not on the flight she promised her parents she would be, the number she gave her parents in Pakistan claims not to know the boyfriend, and no one has heard from Brigit in more than two weeks. At this point, feeling guilty for her somewhat cavalier attitude before, even Thia is slightly panicked. If only Derek—her lover and spook for the government—were here to advise her. Not to worry, she tells July, she’ll pop over to the Middle East and find the girl. Sounds simple to her naïve mind. Does she have any clue the culture into which she’s stepped? Uh… No.
Derek Hawkins is in Tajikistan, posing undercover to apprehend and halt a drug and weapons dealer known throughout the Mid-East as the Claw. He’s ruthless but knows how to entertain clients waiting for their product. In addition to a well-stocked bar, the Claw offers a well-stocked brothel, with women from all around the world. Most especially just now, with a young American woman. Derek doesn’t know how the woman found her way to the butt hole of the world, but she doesn’t seem in need of rescuing. Derek can only imagine how incensed Thia would be over such an establishment. Then he doesn’t have to imagine—This is there. Great. How can he get her out while trying also to liberate ten American missiles, stolen and being sold by the Claw? It seems an agent’s work is never done.
This book contains scenes of explicit content and is intended for adults only. If sexual content offends you, please do not purchase this book.
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