On Her Master's Secret Service
Her submission fulfilled her When Eve St. James married Alex McKay, she had her whole life ahead of her. They were the FBI’s golden couple by day, but by night Eve gave herself over to her husband’s world of Dominance and submission filled with pleasures she came to crave. His betrayal... show more
Her submission fulfilled her
When Eve St. James married Alex McKay, she had her whole life ahead of her. They were the FBI’s golden couple by day, but by night Eve gave herself over to her husband’s world of Dominance and submission filled with pleasures she came to crave.
His betrayal destroyed her
Worried for her safety, Alex left Eve behind to tackle a dangerous mission. But Alex never suspected that Eve was the real target and her security is destroyed by a madman. By the time he rescues her, his wife has been changed forever.
But when her life is in danger he is her only hope
Unable to heal the damage, Alex and Eve are still trapped together in a cycle of pleasure and misery that even their divorce cannot sever. But when a threat from Eve’s past resurfaces, Alex will stop at nothing to save her life and reclaim her heart.
Publish date: May 12th 2013
Publisher: DLZ Entertainment LLC
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Masters and Mercenaries (#4)
Yes the alligators were intense. And a happily ever after for a second time. There books should be read in order.
On Her Master's Secret Service gives fans of Lexi's Masters and Mercenaries series a chance to not only learn the history between Alex and Eve but also witness each of them come to the realizations necessary to allow them both to heal. Their road to recovery is as touching as their past is brutal. ...
review to come....this was difficult to read at times because of all of the past hurt between Eve and Alex, but it was sooo, sooo good!
I liked the characters, there was too much sadness in this story for me to truly enjoy it.I liked this book better than the last one. The characters were great but the focus on the sadness and separation between Alex and Eve was too detailed and seemed to override the few bare moments of happiness t...