Ninja by Racy Li

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

Synopsis

Genre: Futuristic Fantasy
Next Book: She Knows His Secret

In a parallel world of alchemy, demons and superheroes, even the most ordinary may harbor the most extraordinary of secrets. The law firm Liz Blackwell works for is entwined with one of the world’s most notorious crime organizations; the Snakehead Triad. With the help of her ex-college roommate, attorney Liz leads a double life as an FBI informant. One night, Liz is attacked by a Triad alchemist, only to be saved by a mysterious ninja.

Things get even more complicated when the ninja becomes her secret lover.

But Liz isn’t the only one with secrets.

Kent Alistair, Liz’s secretary has had a crush on his boss for the past six months he’s been working with her. He’s never made a move; a relationship would risk too much; her safety, his vendetta against the Triad, as well as his secret identity as the Ninja. But once he gets a taste of her, his desire can no longer be restrained.

In the middle of an international game of crime wars, demons and mystical objects, can Liz and Kent learn to trust each other before it is too late?

Publisher’s Note: Ninja contains sexual content that may be objectionable to some readers: anal sex, voyeurism, and violence.
 

About Racy Li

See more books from this Author
Racy Li is a New Yorker with a weak spot for Afghani food and cold leftover pizza (sometimes together). She wanted a cat but somehow ended up with a husband. Racy worked for the venerable Mega, Large, WeScrewEveryone, LLC law firm until she came to her senses and decided to write some kickass ninja smut. She is also a national award winning painter (age 6) and has recently discovered a new talent in dehydrating cacti. Occasionally, you can find things like free stories, deleted scenes, and winning lottery numbers at her website.
 
Published January 23, 2007 by Loose Id LLC. 150 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review