THE CHAMELEON

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“Never give up yourself completely to anyone – especially a man. Make your living, support yourself and stay true to whom you are. Fairy tales are not real and neither is prince charming.”

Aisling O’Byrne lived by the words her single mum had told her when she was a small child growing up in Ireland. Crafting her own destiny, and living a double life as the notorious Chameleon, she lived with her own purpose, answered to no one, but herself and enjoyed the fruits of her labor. But, even with all of her success, Aisling had to admit, something was definitely missing from her life. Meeting one of her top clients, Stephanous Petros, face to face for the first time, she wanted to know more about him and not from her files, or a business standpoint but him as a man.

Working for years as bodyguard and confidant for Sakis Carras, one of the wealthiest men on the east coast, had always kept Stephanous Petros too busy to have a personal life. That was okay with him, until he met the fiery redhead Aisling O’Byrne at The Black Rose in Boston. Stephan was intrigued by the tiny woman and wanted to know more about her. After tracking her down, and convincing her to go out with him, Stephan quickly realized there was so much more to Aisling than what she was sharing with him and when several attempts were made on his life, he no longer knew who in his life he could trust, including the one he had began to love.

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