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  • Writer's pictureKryssie Fortune

Five Fact Thurdsay - A Seal meets his match. #Smalltown #romance #seal #adventure

Updated: Oct 15, 2021

1 Sean Mathews retired from the seals after taking a bullet in the thigh. He became the sheriff of the small North Carolina town of Westhorpe Ridge.

2 When staying with his brother, he uses an unwated invite and gatecrashes a Washington Soiree - just or the food.

3 The drinks are drugged, and send everyone into a sensual frenzy. That's when he hooks up with Jazz.

4 Jazz realises she's entwined in a spy ring and goes to the authorities, but the press get wind of it and hound her out of her job.

5 A friend from Westhorpe Ridge offers Jazz the rent free use of a derelict bakery as long as she renovates it. Only, the ever-hungry sherrif thinks she's a spy.

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After one, scorching night with Jazz, former SEAL Sean Mathews fears for his job.

When Jazz Stewart attends a political party evening, a blond stranger seduces and spanks her. Afterward, she’s accused of being an enemy agent. The scandal means she loses everything. A friend offers her a chance to open a bakery shop in Westhorpe Ridge, and she grabs it with both hands.

Sean can’t forget the woman he spanked when he gatecrashed a Washington soiree. Later, he discovered she’s a foreign spy. When she turns up in Westhorpe Ridge, he tries to run her out of town.

Despite their misunderstandings, attraction burns between them. When the spy ring resurfaces, Jazz needs Sean’s SEAL prowess to survive. But will it be enough? And can he make their first New Year’s Eve together special?

A stand-alone romance and Book 2 of the Heroes of Westhorpe Ridge Series.

Meet Kryssie Fortune - 5 quick questions

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Coast ot Mountains?

Coast - I live on it.

Wine - red or white?

I rarely drink, but if I had to choose, I'd have a white wine spritzer.

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I'm always cold, but I love the sunshine.

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