New August 2013
Secret Agent Blaze Lane seems to find herself in tight bondage far more often than anyone deserves or could possibly want. As much as she enjoys the challenge of escaping from skillfully-tied ropes and other restraints, particularly when applied by one of her friends who might also feel the desire to sate his (or her) lust on Blaze's magnificent body or, perhaps, encourage her efforts to escape by the application of some mildly painful punishment if she fails, far too many bad men she encounters in the course of her career are far more extreme in the way they want to deal with her.
But Blaze is very good at her job. It's not that she's particularly skilful (she's not), and it's not that she's particularly clever or knowledgeable (she's definitely not). She simply has plenty of plain dumb luck - and "dumb" may well be the right word. Of course, Blaze Lane has other assets, not least her unshakable optimism, her outstanding good looks and a body that no red-blooded man can possibly ignore. She also happens to be an extremely good shot.
Inevitably, Blaze's success makes her less than popular with other agents, particularly men who have had to work very hard to reach their current status. It's not too much of a surprise, therefore, to find that Blaze has been sent on what must surely be a suicide mission, along with another female agent who most definitely has upset the men within the Agency - she hates them.
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