Meet the Author:
Tee O'Fallon has been a federal agent for twenty-two years, giving her hands-on experience in the field of law enforcement that she combines with her love of romantic suspense. Tee's job affords her the unique opportunity to work with the heroic and sexy men in law enforcement on a daily basis. For Tee, research is the easy part!
Besides reading and writing, Tee loves cooking, gardening, chocolate, lychee martinis, and her Belgian sheepdog.
About the Book:
Sexy, gorgeous, and hunky doesn’t begin to describe Dom Carew, but Daisy’s been burned by Dom before. A year ago, he bolted from her bed in the middle of the night without so much as a gee you were great in the sack, babe. Never laying eyes on his handsome face again is the plan. If only their paths didn’t keep crossing. If only she didn’t still find him irresistible as sin.
Seeing Daisy again sets Dom’s blood on fire, but he’s about to embark on the most dangerous undercover op of his life—infiltrate the Pyramid, an international organization of assassins. Love has no place in his heart or his world, but when the dangers of his job threaten Daisy, he’ll destroy anyone in his path to protect her.
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“Let me go,” she hissed, glancing worriedly at the closed door. Her eyes glowed with a golden fire.
A fire meant to burn my balls off.
God, she was beautiful. And it was obvious she didn’t want Alex, Cassie, and the other two women in Alex’s bridal party to know he was in her dressing room.
He, on the other hand, didn’t give a shit who heard them. “Baby,” he said, laughing, “the more you wriggle, the more you turn me on. Or can’t you tell?” He glanced down between his legs.
Daisy froze, her hands still gripping his arms. “Let. Me. Go.” Her voice was rock solid, but her lips betrayed her by trembling, telling him she really was affected by him.
He needed to let her go, but he couldn’t. Every ounce of his being screamed with the need to claim her again. A truly stupid, incredibly bad idea. She wasn’t his and never could be. Where he was going—what he’d be doing—was too dangerous for anyone to be near him.
The adjacent door burst open and four women came into the room in a flurry of pink and white silk.
In a martial arts move he totally didn’t see coming, Daisy reared back her elbow and rammed the heel of her hand into his solar plexus, knocking the wind from his lungs.