Sara Martin has a problem. And it’s not the attraction she has for her co-worker Devon Curran…or the lust she feels for her sexy neighbor, Rigg. Yes, those are problems. But she has bigger issues. There’s been a security breach in the impenetrable computer system at work. Suddenly Devon doesn’t look happy. And that is a gun in his pocket!
Devon is working undercover…and Sara is about to blow his case. He’d rather she blow him. She’s as smart as she is beautiful. But he’s lied to protect her. What will she do when she discovers he works with a partner? Tonight, they are going to keep her close…very close…in their protective custody.
Fear lanced through her. Were they going to leave her? She searched Devon’s face. “Do you have to go, too? I mean, you’re partners, right? Do you do everything together?”
Devon stared hard at Rigg, and the tension in the room thickened. “We haven’t done everything together.”
It didn’t take a folder of evidence to know they were talking about more than the investigation. The fear and anger at her forced confinement morphed into a simmering heat deep in her core.
Devon’s cell rang, shattering the moment. “Excuse me.” Devon stood and glanced at the display screen. “It’s our contact.” He strode across the room, slid open the sliding glass door leading to the balcony, and stepped outside. His quietly whispered words cut off when the door slid shut.
Rigg rested a hand on her thigh. “We never meant to hurt you.”
She glanced at his hand, then lifted half-lowered lashes and stared into the dark smoldering depths of Rigg’s obsidian eyes. “Will you hurt me now?”
“No, but I won’t pretend not to want you.” His fingertips scorched a trail higher.
Sara abruptly stood and crossed to the sliding glass door “What about Devon?” The man on her mind leaned against the railing, speaking into his cell phone. He smiled when he saw her then his gaze shifted over her shoulder and the easy smile hardened.
The lights dimmed, only a small lamp at the table illuminated near where she stood. A tingle shivered along her spine. Warm breath caressed the nape of her neck. Rigg pressed in close…and from the other side of glass and a sheer curtain, Devon watched.
“I don’t want the same thing as Devon.”
“And what do you think he wants?” Her heart pounded as Rigg’s palms rested on her hips and his chest pressed against her back.
She clung to the simple word. How much of her? Tonight? “What about tomorrow when the investigation is over? What will you want?”
“I’m partnered up with Devon for this assignment, but tomorrow I could be in a meth ring or bringing down a drug cartel. You wouldn’t want to know me then. I’m not stable like Devon.” His lips brushed her shoulder and blood whooshed through her ears. “Devon’s looking for more.” Rigg nestled his hard cock against her ass. “But I still want to fuck you.”
Confessions From Romaholics
Double Bag! is a ménage book about a woman who comes across a security breach and wants to talk to her boss about it. A new man in the office, Devon, stops her from going to her b...
When Sara finds a computer worm in her system, she is worried that her boss’s whole import business will be affected. Before she can contact him, she is kidnapped by fellow worker Devon, and his partner Rigg to prevent her from warning the boss. Initially she thinks the two men are cyber enemies of her company, but she finds out they are anything but.
While they wait for a takedown, the two men make love to her. One wants her forever, the other just for a diversion.
First of all, I thought this story was way too short. It could have had a lot more suspense and sexual tension, a lot more conflict, and I’d have enjoyed it more. The plot started well, but sort of fizzled at the end, with no danger, no sidelights that would have made it a first class mystery.
Other than that, Double Bang is well written, sexy, and a good though fast read.
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