What happens when the hunter becomes the hunted?
Sarah McCallister has been raised by her father to be his number one agent. In a world full of mercenaries, she has learned to take care of herself. Being on top of her game is hard, but things become harder when Sarah’s identify is burned. Now the race is on for Sarah to return home. Her life on the line, with only one person standing between her and the men sent to kidnap her.
Brax Westworth is a mercenary at the top of his game, a hired gun with his own brand of moral code. He is rarely surprised in his line of work, but the mission to return Sarah home is certainly a new experience for him. A mysterious contract is placed on Sarah’s head, and Brax is forced to plot their return while trying to protect her.
Between them, Sarah and Brax unearth a plan involving an international crime syndicate that takes their escape plan to the next level Now, the two of them must unite to seek safe passage across Australia, fending off hired guns while trying to keep their hands off one another.
Publisher’s Note: This is a story of action and adventure with a mysterious twist, where the heroine of the novel is just as dangerous as the super-hot hero. It contains graphic scenes as well as a theme of power exchange.
Brax stares into Sarah’s eyes, his expression turning serious. “Do you have any idea how much you scared me tonight?” he demands, a muscle ticking in his jaw as he recalls how dangerously Sarah behaved.
Sarah grimaces, knowing that she’d been reckless. Instead of admitting this to him, though, she says defiantly, “I knew what I was doing.”
Brax turns Sarah slowly to face the tiles of the shower wall, capturing her wrists in one hand and anchoring them above her head.
“So do you think that makes it all right?” he asks in a husky murmur.
A thrill of sensation courses through Sarah, even as she fights against her own capitulation.
“I think I should be able to make my own decisions,” she replies haughtily, struggling to give up control.
“Wrong answer,” Brax growls, his strong palm coming down on her left cheek with a resounding smack.
Sarah’s eyes widen, the sensations of his spanking much sharper on her bare skin. He growls against her ear, his eyes following the jiggle of her ass while he continues to restrain her.
“I want you to tell me what a naughty girl you are,” Brax commands, his palm smacking her other cheek with an audible thwack.
“I-I’m not,” Sarah denies, her breath catching as he continues to spank her in a careful pattern, her ass reddening quickly.
“Yes, you are,” he contradicts, his firm smacks echoing in the large shower.
Sarah tips her head back, her eyes sliding closed. She isn’t supposed to enjoy this, right?
Brax growls again, his voice even more commanding. “Were you a naughty girl?” he asks, his large palm stinging against her already tender flesh.
“Yes, Sir,” she whimpers, wanting so much to submit to him. “Yes, I was naughty, Brax.”
When did you know you wanted to be an author?
I was sixteen years old when I decided that I wanted to become an author. Books were my own private fantasy and I realised that the only thing more exciting was to write them myself.
Do you like to outline or just dive right in when writing?
I’m definitely a dive in kind of person. I visualise my storyline and figure out the dynamics before I start clicking away at my computer.
What genres do you write in?
I’ve written Contemporary Romance, Erotica Romance, Domestic Discipline and am now trying my hand at Biography….definitely my greatest challenge
What do you like to collect?
My secret weakness is collecting coins. I love commemorative and uncirculated coins, my collection spans years and is my pride and joy.
Tea or coffee?
I love coffee! Nothing tastes better than freshly roasted coffee beans mixed with my favourite milk. I love the taste so much that I write about it in my books, describing the scent and flavour of real coffee.
Do you prefer libraries or bookstores?
I’m a sucker for bookstores. I don’t think I’d ever be able to give a book back after I borrowed it, so I stick to buying them permanently and wishing I had time to read them all!
A Note from the Author
‘Stealing Sarah’ was a leap for me as I was used to writing more contemporary romance novels. After writing three books about corporate espionage, I wondered what it would be like to write about a female who was just as lethal as her male counterpart. That was how the Mercenaries series was born.
Five Fun Facts
1. Lying on the beach is my idea of heaven.
2. Anyone who knows me knows that Star Wars is almost my religion.
3. I think pizza is it’s own food group and will happily eat it forever.
4. I love sitting by the fire pit. My favourite thing to do when I need to unwind is light up the fire pit.
5. I love walking the bush track behind my home and taking my old dog with me each morning.