Not only is shy Dima revealing himself as a blackmailer with a sexually assertive side, it turns out he’s brewed up an audacious plan to deal with Peltsin and Party schemes to squelch dissent in East Berlin. What will Ian do? Thought you knew where this novel was going? Welcome to Act II. Buckle up!
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Where is the line between dissent and anarchy? How about the line between love and manipulation? Ian and Dima have lots of thinking to do! I wonder if Ian yet realizes that he (a professional intelligence officer) has just been handed the sort of critical, high-level intel that most officers spend their careers hoping for in vain. I think at this point, he’s too warm and happy in Dima’s arms.
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