has to figure out what happened with the person she sent to fulfill
a contract that her company accepted. Her first problem is that she
is the newly bound consort of Marsh, and he won’t let her go alone.
After several frustrating calls, Janey has determined that she and
Marsh will have to go to Beijing, locate her employee and find out
why the contracted hit has not been completed yet.
Marsh, a Djinn, is very intrigued when Janey explains the situation
to him and after Janey makes it worth his while, he agrees to
accompany her. Marsh has his own plans on the play that he and
Janey will enjoy while in Beijing. He is also very intrigued by the
lack of information on the mark that can be found by him and his
extensive contacts. He even called the demon prince, Sean Taylor,
who put Janey and Marsh together in the first place.
Marsh and Malcom Frost (vampire and second in command under Sean)
are in Beijing and quickly find out that there is much more to the
mark than a simple hit. Divide and succeed is decided to be the
best way to save Janey’s employee and complete the hit by the
deadline. Marsh and Janey have to transform Janey in order to
complete their mission, but will even Marsh’s glamour be enough to
save her when the showdown comes?
invites us into the world of Janey and Marsh, the assassin and Djinn
couple. It is fast moving, kinky and hot enough to scorch the
pages. Janey and Marsh may live in another type of world from the
rest of us, but they have their own rules, standards and morals.
Even with fulfilling a contracted hit they do their best to help the
innocents that are affected by the mark. I found that Janey and
Marsh do what they want, the way they want, which includes how they
express their love to each other. After all, when you are the
consort to a Djinn and the owner of a major international assassin
company, it just has to be expected that you love the kinkier side
of life. I enjoy the darker side of romance and I admit that I have
fallen for this couple. I highly recommend this book to anyone that
enjoys the darker side of romance and series books. I personally
can’t wait for the next visit from Janey and Marsh and their next
can be read as a stand alone, but I personally would recommend that
you read Wishes first and discover just how Janey and
Marsh came together.