Keira Jane Nesmith, a by-the-book FBI agent, never dreamed she’d be working a sex club to solve a friend’s murder. But she’s vowed nothing will stand in her way to get to the truth, not even the scorching attraction she has for Ryan Hargety. A man she must submit to while she investigates the club’s underground sex slave trade. A man she might have to take down to find justice for her friend.
When a friend asks for help uncovering a human trafficking ring, Haddon Ryan is happy to pay back a favor. As Ryan Hargety, he doesn’t count on one of the sex club employees distracting him to the point of blowing his cool or his cover. But Haddon suspects the woman who submits to him isn’t who she says she is. When she proves too much to resist, he’s willing to play her game.
"Reader Alert! A by- the- book FBI agent goes deeper than she’d ever imagined to uncover a murderer and discovers her penchant for titillation and voyeuristic exhibitionism.
To My Readers: Keira’s Promise is about two people who feel like they need to rescue people. Unfortunately, it took a young girl’s death to pull Keira out of her paper-pushing FBI box and become a braver person. Haddon is a solid hero from Texas with a sense of justice bigger than his home state. He was out to rescue someone when Keira crossed his path and well, the rest you’ll get when you read Keira’s Promise. This story came to me in bits and pieces of different stories. I don’t know why, it just did. But then, it worked itself together into a sexy, suspenseful, heart wrenching story that just had to be told. I love how it feels and I hope you’ll enjoy getting to know what makes these two brave, generous heroes tick.
About the Author: I am a newly single mother of a gorgeous and smart tween who is my world! I love to read sexy romance that makes me laugh, cry and dream of alpha males with hearts of gold. I love chocolate and bacon and coffee… and Gerard Butler. I’m a teacher, who’s students constantly question why they need to work so hard for their GED’s or high school diplomas when they’ll never use in life what they study, daily. Yes, that question still lives, today. I am also a dog person who was claimed by 3 arrogant but loving felines. They let me feed them, clean their litter, and rub their tummies…I should get so lucky!