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Evie has tracked down the man who has been trying to have her assassinated, trying to ruin her life—as payback for when she exposed his secrets and ended his career. Well, as payback when she seduced him so she could rob him while exposing his secrets; after all, Evie is really the seductive burglar known as the Wolf.
It should be time to relax and hand over evidence to the police so they can make an arrest. It should be time to explore the bodies of her allies, making love to them.
But something doesn’t sit right with Evie. She knows her enemy. She’s slept with him. She’s ruined him. He shouldn’t be capable of causing all the mayhem Evie has had to deal with.
What if her real enemy is someone she assumed was an ally? Someone who seduced her, instead of vice versa, to gain her trust while furthering her own ends?
The Great War destroyed Mata Hari’s career as a dancer and limits her life as a courtesan, but it offered a new career: as a spy sleeping with enemy officers.
Halfway through the war, Mata Hari has just become a French spy. She took the job only at the urging of her German spymaster who is using her against her new French spymaster, Ladoux, seducing him so the Germans can gain dirt to force Ladoux to act against his country.
Once the games finish (for now) Mata Hari will finally be able to visit her new fiancé, Captain Vladimir Maslov who has been injured at the front.
But just what will she find when she arrives in the spa town where her fiancé is recovering? Military censors have prevented Mata Hari from learning of his condition. Will he still be the randy younger man she remembers him to be? Or will he be on death’s door? And how can she reveal her role in the war, and thus her possible role in his injuries?
Old Lovers, (The Wolf in the Sheep's Den part 5) originally published July 6th, 2016.
After surviving two assassination attempts unscathed (her lovers were not so lucky—one, Dawes, was injured, and a second, Karli, died) things are finally looking up for Evie, a.k.a. the seductive Burglar known as the Wolf. A lead has taken her and Fowler—Dawes’ husband and private eye partner—to New York City where they can conduct their investigation (and have sex) from a base of operations in one of the Wolf’s many homes.
But an even stronger lead turns up with Dawes. Fowler and the Wolf are ready to celebrate her recovery, but Dawes reveals that she has been visited by a woman. It turns out that this mystery woman is both another former lover of the Wolf and also is married to the Wolf’s adversary.
Of course, to be certain, and find out all the details they need to tackle the Wolf’s enemy, the Wolf needs to speak with Nancy face to face. And to be certain that no details are left out, and to ensure that Nancy doesn’t tell her husband about the visit, the Wolf is going to have to make love to her—a real hardship.
The Great War has destroyed Mata Hari’s career as a dancer. She once lived for the persona she created herself, a religious dancer stripping for her gods as much as the high-class crowds of men and women she entertained. Of course, she didn’t just entertain men while on the stage. She offered private entertainment to the rich and powerful—including, some say, the Crown Prince of Germany—as a courtesan.
But the Great War hasn’t just rocked Mata Hari’s life for the worse. It has offered her a new career—as a spy for the Germans. She may not enjoy all aspects of that job, but she loves the methods she employs. Mata Hari sleeps with French, English, and Russian officers, to lure them not only into her bed, but also into a false sense of security. Her employers then exploit the secrets they have access to.
The trouble is that Mata Hari finds herself falling in love with a Russian officer, Vladimir Maslov—or Vadim as he insists Mata Hari call him. While Vadim doesn’t mind her philandering, their love will bring her conflict with her German spymaster. Even worse, it will bring her to the notice of the French espionage directorate.
Evie is finally enjoying her work again. Evie—aka the seductive burglar known as the Wolf—still has to take down the man trying to frame her, the man attacking her lovers to get to her, but she just enjoyed sleeping with her adversary's wife.
Of course, events can never be that simple, and that's when another assassin strikes, in the middle of New York City. And even if she can get through this assassin, she still has to infiltrate her adversary's home, unlock his safe, and steal his secrets. A task all the more difficult because her adversary knows Evie intimately, just as Evie knows his wife intimately. If she has no other options, she will make whatever sacrifices are necessary to put her adversary down.
Fortunately, the Wolf's allies, a pair of detectives who also know the power of sex in their line of work, aren't so well known. So Dawes will infiltrate their adversary's—seducing him—and then grab all the data that will reveal his criminal intentions. With luck, a little training on the other side of the law, and Dawes can get in and out without being noticed. Of course, their adversary isn't going to go down with a fight. He has a surprise waiting for them when they return jubilant from their heist.
The Great War destroyed Mata Hari’s career as a dancer and limits her life as a courtesan, but it offered a new career: as a German spy sleeping with French officers. But the Great War has more in store to turn Mata Hari’s life upside down. She has just received the most dreadful news. Her lover, her new fiancé, Captain Vladimir Maslov, has been injured at the front. She knows she must immediately set out and join him there.
Unfortunately, the Great War will make that no mean task. Maslov’s hospital is too close to the front, and as a foreigner, Mata Hari cannot be allowed inside the war zone. Too many secrets could be gained and passed onto the Germans—though, really, she’s a more useful spy when she can sleep with the officers of Paris.
In her quest to visit Maslov, she finds that French espionage wants her as a spy as well. And, to her surprise, Mata Hari’s German spymaster wants her to accept and become a double agent—while also sleeping with the French spymaster in hopes that the Germans will be able to control him.