Libby Fox is just a regular private investigator, snooping on wayward husbands and cheating business partners. That is, until Adam Ryder walks into her office and asks her to find a missing person. Before she even gets a chance to do much investigating, it turns out that the missing person has been kidnapped to force a trade for a beautiful and dangerous artifact, and Libby’s job description changes to hostage exchange. But there is more to her client than she could possibly have realized, and Libby is drawn into a world darker than she dreamed had existed. Now she’s torn between the feelings she’s beginning to have for Adam, and the fact that he lives in a world she’s not sure she can be a part of. This is the first novella in The Libby Fox series. Approximately 27,600 words.
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|Title of Erotic eBook: Dark Relic: Vampires' Curse|
|Release Date: 06-22-2011|
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Dark Relic: Vampires' Curse
Georgia when I heard the knock at my door.
“I’m closed!” I shouted at the person who dared darken my door after hours.
Although I thought I had used my firm voice, the visitor persisted, the knocking becoming a little more insistent. I sighed and wearily rose to my feet, wondering what sort of reprobate I had attracted this time. My clients weren’t the most upstanding people in town. But I was hoping to change my image.
I unlocked the door to my small office and prepared to usher my visitor in. But he stood there looking at me expectantly, as if my “come in” gesture was beneath him.
“Would you please come in?” I said, somewhat sarcastically. It was lost on him, it seemed.
“I wish to contract your services,” he said rather formally as he walked into my office.
“Right to the point, huh? Okay, sit down and we’ll talk about it. I’m Libby Fox. Well, I guess you know that since my name is on the door.”
He eyed the dilapidated chair that sat across from my desk, and to tell the truth, I didn’t really blame him. He gingerly sat down, not doing a very good job of hiding his distaste. Again, I didn’t blame him.
“So, Mr., um….” I started.
“Ryder. Adam Ryder.”
Bond. James Bond. “Okay, Mr. Ryder, what can I do for you?”
“I have a serious problem that I think you might be able to help me with. Do you find missing persons?” he asked.
“Find them? Well, I do my best. Is someone missing?”...
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