A Game of Schemes T.C. Blue

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Published: October 7th 2012

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244 pages


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A Game of Schemes  by  T.C. Blue

A Game of Schemes by T.C. Blue
October 7th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 244 pages | ISBN: | 8.18 Mb

The Farmingdale Gentlemans Club Series:The Farmingdale Gentlemans Club exists in shadows. A gray-ops organisation that provides various services under the radar, the Club and the Gentlemen and Ladies who are a part of it are known only to aMore The Farmingdale Gentlemans Club Series:The Farmingdale Gentlemans Club exists in shadows. A gray-ops organisation that provides various services under the radar, the Club and the Gentlemen and Ladies who are a part of it are known only to a select portion of the worlds population. Clients ranging from Governments, Corporate Honchos, Royalty, and even Organised Crime families seek them out, looking for help with situations that cant be handled through legitimate channels.Its a dangerous life for the Gentlemen of the Club, full of pitfalls and risks.

But gray-ops agents need love, too. Sometimes, they even find it.A Game of Schemes by T.C. BlueBook four in The Farmingdale Gentlemans Club SeriesIf you enjoyed Steamroller by Mary Calmes, or Russian Pray by Sandrine Gasq-Dion, then this book might just be for you! Make this one of your top romance novels of the year!Whats to happen when a spy and his mark cross paths? Things get wild. When the two turn out to be old friends, all bets are off.The life of a grey-ops operative for a semi-secret organisation isnt always about guns and ticking bombs.

Sometimes its about something as simple as a snatch-and-grab. Sometimes its as complex as discovering love where its least expected.Sullys been living the life with the Farmingdale Gentlemans Club for five long years. After the Club saved him from a future as a cripple, he owes them. Thats not to say that he doesnt love his work, because he does. Sometimes more than others. When an unexpected Game intrudes on Sullys holiday time, hes not happy about it, but he steps up and Plays, unaware that doing so will open him up to old friends, new enemies, and situations beyond his control.Castors been living a lie for years, hiding the truth from everyone, but especially his older brother, Ajax.

When Sully—the first boy Cas ever had a crush on— suddenly reappears in his life, Cas is more than shaken. Sully seems familiar and like a total stranger, by turns, and while Cas knows people can change over time, the odd personality shifts Sully displays are disturbing. Disturbing enough that Cas knows he cant trust Sully, because Cas has more than one secret. Secrets that will likely get him killed if the wrong people find out.They live in very different worlds and have very different goals.

Their futures seem cast in stone, but stone can crumble under enough pressure, and sometimes a plan is all thats needed. A plan…or maybe just a scheme.T.C. BlueAbout the Author:Contrary to popular opinion, T.C. Blue was not raised by wolves. Nor did she spring, fully formed, from the forehead of a god, instead entering the world in the usual manner.

A true jack of all trades and master of none (otherwise known as flighty and unable to make a decision and stick with it), she currently resides near the east coast where she does her best to avoid politics and religions as a general rule. T.C. can usually be found sitting in front of her computer, trying to wrangle rabid and numerous plot bunnies, though her muses insist that she not be too hard on the poor little fluffy things. (Poor little fluffy things with sharp teeth and claws, but whatever. Muses don’t seem to care much about the possible bloodshed if the bunnies think T.C.s not writing quickly enough.) One thing sure to calm the bunnies is hearing from readers, so please feel free to contact T.C.

at [email protected] or stalk her: on Twitter - @tc_blue. On Facebook — T.C. Blue.



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