Hunt Club, book five
Victor Knight has never been able to juggle his work and love life to anyone’s satisfaction. A hardworking investment banker in London, he’s obsessed with maintaining his client’s privacy and profits, and cannot understand why his clients are withdrawing funds when he’s making them a good profit. When an expected dull evening supper at the Hunt Club ends in a blunt invitation to have sex with the Earl of Beecroft, Victor welcomes the distraction on the proviso they never discuss his business affairs.
Daniel Wellham, the Earl of Beecroft, has long admired Victor Knight and even understands and admires the banker’s preoccupation with work. Their night together is everything he hoped it would be and while he longs for permanence his secret life as a spy means he too can never reveal too much of his own history. Unfortunately, when he realizes that all is not right in Victor’s life those promises he made to keep his nose out of the banker’s business means he cannot offer to help or explain that his latest mission might take him away forever. How can love and trust be possible when duty and responsibility prevent total honesty?
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