What would you do if you found yourself trapped in a web of sex and lies?
Mitchell Grace’s erotic search for the truth spins readers through political underworlds and in and out of her lovers’ beds.
Mitchell Grace is a private detective, emphasis on the private. She likes her own privacy, but can always be persuaded to intrude on others’, if it gets her what she wants. As a voyeur, her clients bring her sob stories of extra-marital affairs, romances and unexplained behaviour; she brings them the proof. And if the proof is something she enjoys watching? Well, so much the better.
Mitchell’s caseload is consistent, and consistently satisfying, so when an unexpected client pushes through her office doors, she is unprepared for the journey her life is about to take.
Caught in a web she cannot see and cannot make sense of, Mitchell seeks the support of old lovers, while evermore stumbling closer and closer to the desperate truth. Mitchell’s steamy and passion-filled relationships both ground her and send her spiralling further out of control.
Readers of erotica, detective and crime fiction will find a fast-paced romp of a read, full of sex, smut and fun.
From the publishers of Aotearotica, New Zealand’s first and only magazine of literary sex and sexuality, The Spider Affair is full of sex, intrigue and lust. The first of The Mitchell Grace Mysteries is sure to kindle a burning need for the rest of the series!
Since Malachy Garrett inherited his father’s investigations business, he has hated the boring daily grind of the office, yearning for the days long-past and the excitement and danger of cases now handed over to his staff.
Those agents include the beautiful but deadly Ana Belaruski, whose current case threatens to expose a skeleton of family secrets that could destroy Malachy and everything he and his father created.
As the mystery deepens, they find themselves in a desperate race to uncover a double agent in their midst. Will Malachy’s
feelings for Ana cloud his judgement, and will he risk everything for a woman who may or may not share the same