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Ginny’s dad had great advice about facing devils head on. ‘Think about the worst thing that could happen and figure out why you’re afraid. Get past that and the rest is easy.’ There was no doubt about her worst fear. Alone in a house with six men, all of whom had just ogled her naked body, it was a complete no-brainer.
When Ginny’s Saturday night bath is interrupted, and her uncle’s house is invaded by the supposed victims of a car crash, the outcome might appear predictable. But nothing is as expected, including the uncle she thought she knew. Ginny endures their attentions as each one is distracted from their covert task, but she seems to have fallen for the rottenest apple in this particular barrel.
With a spicing of international intrigue, blackmail and a bent ex-soldier, Ginny needs every ounce of wit and courage to survive the long weekend of simmering tensions.
"With all the elements readers expect from the best in genre, Fox Among Wolves proves a top notch read and certainly one that demands your attention. It is recommended without reservation" - BookViral
"I love a good mystery, and this one kept me guessing the whole way through. I'm usually pretty good at figuring out who the good guy and bad guy are in the tale, but this one left me guessing right until the very end." - SM Freedman, Bestselling Author of The Faithful
"I really liked the way the author developed her characters into people I could easily respect and like. It made every twist and turn something I could sink my teeth into and really care about the outcome." - Andrea Domanski, Bestselling Author of Crossfire
"This is a modern twisty-turny story full of intrigue, lies, and deceit, and peppered with a good amount of romance and some humor. The characters run the gamut from sweet to nasty, loveable to despicable. It's a great quick escape from household tasks and every day life." Speedymum - Amazon reader
"This novel was probably one of the most action-packed books that I have ever read; the plots and subplots are enough to keep the reader on his or her toes, so I was never bored. I found myself turning through the pages, wondering what would happen next." S. Davis, McWood Publishing