I have a secret. I am a secret. I have a secret. I am a secret. I had to run away; Danielle wanted to get married. I got a job working on a project in Guyana - who ever heard of the place? My boss - an ex-military hard-ass - turned out to be CIA. You wouldn't believe the trouble I got into: kidnapped, held hostage in a military camp, a river accident when the piranhas almost got me, blackmailed by the PM's nephew, threatened with "disappearing" by paramilitary thugs. While all this was going on, I was trying to deal with my secret sex life: I like men and women. I got my close buddy, Steve, to come down. We'd had a fling before, but now it turned into a passionate affair. You can't hide much in a place like Guyana, and the locals went crazy when they found out. On Christmas break, I went back to New York and came out to Danielle. She dumped me; Steve stayed in the States; I returned to Guyana. When I got back I met a real hunky Guyanese guy - Stanley. We hit it off, and spent weekends with some of his friends at a secret jungle cabin - not a down-low scene, but a secret society. Meanwhile, my boss forced me to snoop on some Americans building a cooperative in the jungle. Little did I know that I was witnessing the foundation of Jonestown. Yeah, that's when you've heard about Guyana. Project over: I'd learned about the secret world of spies, and a helluva lot about myself. I'm a man's man.
When two detectives go undercover to bust up a prostitution ring, passion and love ignites, leaving them both stripped bare. Sexy, playboy detective Roarke Dimitru has always enjoyed his carefree lifestyle and the lovely ladies that come with it. He isn't cut out for a heart mate and is convinced one woman will never be enough for him, until he meets Jasmeene LeCourt. Despite her attraction to the older vampire, Jasmeene LeCourt has no time for ladies man Roarke Dimitru, and makes her dislike for him well known. Jasmeene is determined to keep Roarke at arms length, but they wind up getting a lot closer, and things become a lot hotter when they go under cover to bust up an illegal prostitution ring. Posing as one of her clients, Roarke will seduce Jasmeene until he has torn down every wall erected between them, leaving her stripped bare. Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence. It picks up where Mating Season from the Caught in the Middle Anthology leaves off.
Halfway through her first year on the job, Melissa Montclair decides the best part of teaching is winter break. And the best part of break is the Perfect Ten she meets in a bar on New Year’s Eve. Why not celebrate a semester under her belt with a Perfect Ten in her pants? The one night affair is all she hoped for, until she walks into school a week later and sees Mr. Ten is Student Twenty-nine on her roll call. She should be mortified—and she is—but that doesn’t stop her from banging him again. And again. And again. So much for job security. Posing as an exchange student at Hamilton High is finally the assignment Officer Spence Vega has been hoping for. Now he has a shot at getting to the bottom of the town’s recent molly epidemic. There’s only a couple of problems: first, history is taught by the curvy bombshell he banged on New Year’s. Second, his growing suspicion is that she’s the dealer he’s looking for. The job was supposed to be an easy in-and-out, not the teacher. If only they could stop getting under the covers, staying undercover would be so much easier.
Release on 2017-04-12 | by Stevie Stryker,Rocco Parascandola
Author: Stevie Stryker,Rocco Parascandola
Pubpsher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This is the real-life story of Stevie Stryker, who grew up in a tough Brooklyn neighborhood, then became an NYPD undercover — Stevie Gunz, his fellow officers called him. He locked up countless bad guys using his biggest asset, his ability to talk. It’s a skill he learned as a kid in church, where he listened, not always willingly, as his father, a strict Pentecostal minister, held sway with his mesmerizing sermons. But Stryker broke his father’s heart, joining the Marines instead of heading right to college. After retiring from the NYPD due to a debilitating illness, he paid his father the biggest compliment he could, becoming a minister and preaching the word of God. The New York Times calls “Gunz and God” an “audacious autobiography” filled with “rollicking capers, which read like TV scripts.”
Informants are an invaluable, often instrumental aspect of criminal investigations, but they do present certain management issues. In the necessarily clandestine world they inhabit, the imposition of institutional control presents unique challenges. Lack of training and communication among law enforcement professionals tend to ensure the same error