Handbag and Book with
Sue Ward Drake
I have always loved Coach bags because they're well made and last forever. The brass never tarnishes. This style has accordion sides, and you can see I make use that feature to stuff the bag to the gills. The top zipper means I don't lose anything out of the opening.
There's a long zipper compartment on one interior side for keys and pens and phone, though there are slots on the other side for phone and whatever else you want to carry. I have hand wipes and spot remover packets.
With two straps I can wear the purse over my shoulder or across body. The straps are sealed on the edges, and the stitching has never come loose. Best of all the lining is a rusty red, so I can see what's inside.
When a deaf artist is caught in an international conspiracy, can she trust the handsome—but suspicious—government agent who’s accompanied her to Greece?
For Molly Light, painting is her path out of a silent, solitary world. Awarded a once-in-a-lifetime trip to paint under the blue Grecian skies, she must accompany the handsome, enigmatic stranger who granted the prize. His every touch arouses her most secret desires, but, when their journey plunges her into a chilling conspiracy, Molly suspects he’s not the man he pretends to be.
Bent on revenge for the brutal torture he’d once endured, guilt-ridden loner Stefanos Metadorakis believes Molly is sharing top-secret military plans with the enemy. His instructions are to escort her, watch her every move and mood—not fall in lust with her. But he’s inexplicably drawn to this beautiful, damaged woman and before long their passions explode.
As distrust mixes with desire, dangerous enemy forces are closing in, their sights set on Molly. With their lives in the balance, can the lovers trust each other enough to foil a deadly international plot?
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