Hidden Agenda


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London, 1996

Lawyer, Louise Churchill is injured in a terrorist explosion in the heart of London. Helping a dying man, she promises to give the evidence he carries on the terrorist group in the form of a tape to the police. Forced to witness the man’s death she is distraught. Unexpectedly, she finds herself drawn in to the comforting and protective embrace of a handsome dark stranger who cuddles her until an ambulance arrives.

But when the stranger attempts to draw her in to a relationship, Louise discovers it is not only herself he wants. Alessandro is Mafia and has a score to settle with his grandfather who murdered his mother. He wants both the tape and the name of the mole inside the group who now trusts Louise to feed information to the police regarding the group’s next planned attack. Alessandro’s plan is to expose and exploit his Mafia grandfather’s profitable role in the group to the other families and seek his revenge.

However there is a flaw in his plan. He didn’t count on falling in love with Louise the moment he held her in his arms after the explosion. Afraid for her safety as a witness, and desperate to learn more about her secret contact in the terrorist group, Alessandro holds her prisoner in his villa in Rome. Strongly committed to protecting Louise from the men who hunt her as well as her stubborn reckless nature, he is at pains to convince her he is a man she can trust and love.

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