Honeymoon at the Hilton – Stephen B Cooper
“With guns, assassins, and no shortage of action, Honeymoon at the Hilton is sure to intrigue.” – Daccari Bucheli
Newlyweds Pyah and Mark Fischer on honeymoon find themselves interrupted while in their first wedded throws of passion by an assassination attempt on their lives.
Under the employ of Carl Sinclair, a personal security/assassin specialist, Pyah and Mark are thrust into the sleazy world of erotica. Sexually naïve, they set off down a dark, depraved road of lust. Their journey takes them to exotic places, meeting erotic people where seduction is the main course on a menu of sleaze with a side order of decadent immorality for dessert.
A tale of lust, high-octane action and erotica. With a little humour, a touch of heart-wrenching sorrow, a smidgen of quirky, a handful of crazy.
An erotic romp through the Karma Sutra of espionage.
Please note, this book contains explicit content aimed at an adult audience.
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About the Author
Stephen B Cooper is from the North east of England. He is a singer-songwriter, writer and poet with a knack for the unusual. He was born in Middlesbrough on 31 March 1960 and started writing poetry at the age of 15.
He didn’t take up serious writing until his father found an unfinished manuscript of his first novel “Honeymoon at the Hilton” in 1990 and pushed him to finish it. His father was taken by Cancer in 2002, but made Stephen promise to, at least try to get it published. After getting over the grief of his father’s death, Stephen fulfilled his promise.
He has also written three sequels in addition to writing a young adult fantasy and a series of children’s books under the pen name of I. Win
“For a new author this is a story of two halves; the mild erotica and the spy action. Both generally work well together and the story had me gripped within the first two pages. The descriptive writing is used well to draw you in and you can almost watch the action unfolding before your eyes. For the most part the erotica is not overpowering and remains true to the story-line.” – Susan Tierney