The Wolf, seductive thief, has her work cut out for her when she takes on Representative Thomas Stride. Before she set her plots over him, Stride was destined to soar in power, even to achieve the Presidency—because he uses his skills for personal aggrandizement, instead of the betterment of his constituents.
Stride also uses his skills for his own sexual satisfaction. This leaves an opening for the Wolf to ruin his career—as a service to the nation—and, of course, to rob him. However, she cannot merely seduce Stride once, she must leave him constantly wanting more, while she infiltrates his home and uncover his secrets, until she can expose him and the dangers his power threatens.
A mysterious individual has hired her to undertake Stride’s fall, but she intends to pay herself, pilfering his art, jewelry, and other riches—not to mention the pure joy of ruining Stride’s career. But just who is the insider who the Wolf convinced to help her infiltrate Stride’s life? And what reward can she expect from that accomplice?
This is a stand-alone story of the Wolf, but her exploits have appeared before, beginning with “The Wolf Escapes.”