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eBook Review: Chastity Flame by C. Margery Kempe

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Chastity Flame is a book about a female spy called… yes, you’ve guessed it, Chastity Flame. She’s a kick-ass chick in a job she loves. She travels the world, foils criminals and has lots of sexy illicit encounters here, there, and everywhere. She even manages to meet a hot guy in London’s National Gallery.

Normally, Chastity is a love ’em and leave ’em kind of a girl, knowing that she can never truly be herself around a man, as they can never know what she does for a living. And if a man ever got too close, he’d know her cover story of being a chartered accountant wasn’t true. Chastity’s pretty happy with that situation, until she meets Damien. To start with, she thinks he’s just going to be another casual fling, but even though she doesn’t want to admit it to herself, she develops feelings for him. The situation grows increasingly complicated when she’s working a job and a fellow operative bursts in — and it’s none other than Damien! On the one hand, she no longer has to lie about her job, but on the other, colleagues in their line of work are expressly forbidden to ‘fraternise.’

What will Chastity do? Will she give up on love for the sake of her job? There’s only one way to find out…

Wow — Chastity Flame is a fantastic book. It’s fun and light-hearted, with plenty of humour sprinkled in with the red-hot sex and serious spy plot. I got to the end and immediately wanted more. Luckily, I happen to know the author is writing a sequel… 😉 If you’re looking for something different, sexy and fun, then look no further — add this to your to-be-read list.

Available from:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
All Romance eBooks
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