Red Light Specialists

Red Light Specialists

by Michelle M Pillow & Mandy M Roth

 

                       

 

                 

 

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 Paranormal Futuristic Romance

 

Bianca, Sonja and Trinity were given a choice—become RLS-69 special agents or continue to serve out their prison sentences at the Restigatio Woman’s Correctional Facility. Trained to complete their mission by any means necessary, these women aren’t afraid to pull out all the stops. With their freedom on the line, they’ll do whatever it takes to get the job done. From combat to seduction, their targets won’t know what hit them until it’s too late. There’s only one problem…their handsome targets have a few secret weapons of their own.

Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence. This title is erotic.

EXCERPT

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An Excerpt From: RED LIGHT SPECIALISTS

Copyright © MICHELLE M. PILLOW AND MANDY M. ROTH, 2005.

Bianca’s body was tossed into a wall. For a moment, she stood pressed to the hard surface, stunned that the damned A-mac had actually spit her out onto stone. If she wanted stone, she could’ve stayed on Restigatio, where she’d spent four years in the mines. If not for Director Simon’s offer of rehabilitation, she’d still be there—sleeping in some dark hole in between digging shifts, her hands bleeding and raw, her body always aching.

Rehabilitation.

Bianca snorted. What a fool she’d been when she signed on for that. She actually thought she would spend a few months saying she was sorry to a counselor in a halfway house, repenting her sins and begging forgiveness for her heinous crimes.

Instead, she was sent to a training facility where they taught her how to fight and, more importantly, how to seduce. They turned her into a Red Light Specialist, part of the RLS-69s. She was elite now, special.

She was especially annoyed to have landed on stone.

“I specifically said no stone. Was it really too much to ask?” Agent Bianca rolled her eyes. Gingerly, she pushed away from the hard barrier and grumbled, “Ouch.”

Bianca took a deep breath, trying to get her bearings. Big evenly cut blocks of gray stone lined the walls of a long hallway. Torches lit the otherwise dim area. It wasn’t much to go on.

This is an alien planet? Looks more like the images of those Medieval Earth castles Abbi showed us. Blessed Stars! I’m not in a place that primitive, am I? Damn it, Simon! I thought those images were just so we could make fun of old Earth culture, not an actual training lesson.

“This blows!” Bianca frowned.

Her mission was supposed to have downloaded into her brain during the transfer to the planet. Maybe it wouldn’t be as bad as she first feared. Concentrating, she had no clue what she was doing or where she was. Although, she was thinking in a different language, so that was something at least. It meant the information she’d been embedded with was working. Now, if only she could find a place to hide for an hour or so while her brain released the rest of her assignment.

The A-mac embedded everything she needed into her head during transfer. But Abbi had warned her that the brain could only take in so much at once and sometimes, due to the sudden burst of new information, it had to recharge afterward. That would account for half of the headache she now had. The damned stone wall would account for the other half.

Bianca decided to find a good hiding spot until she knew what she was up against. Feeling a chill against her legs as she began to walk, she glanced down and caught sight of what the A-mac had dressed her in. She froze, unable to make her feet move.

“Ah, blazes, no!” she swore. “Come on guys! You have got to be kidding me! Ha! Ha! Ha! Rookie hazing joke is now over. Get me out of here.”

Bianca waited, hoping she’d be jerked back to the training facility. Nothing changed. Damn! She’d really hoped this one was a joke. She was going to strangle Simon and Abbi when she saw them next. Then she’d strangle the A-mac.

This was just too humiliating. She could see every last stitch of skin through the thin red gauze of her non-existent outfit. She might as well be naked. Well, to be fair, there was a triangle piece of cloth over the thin thatch of hair guarding her pussy and two more, tinier triangles fitted over her nipples.

Grimacing, she tipped her head back, doing her best to see what the back half of her looked like. Yep. It too was covered only in the thin veil. Turning in a circle, she caught the slightest glint of light further down the hall. It was a long mirror. Going to check out her outfit, she posed before her reflection. Her eyes were lined with thick, black makeup and her cheeks had been painted a bright red with rouge. She didn’t care for the makeup, but her body looked damned good in the outfit.

“Hmm, not bad,” she said to herself. Good thing her ass was sexy and toned. She flexed it for effect, tensing, releasing, tensing, releasing, jiggling it fast to make the muscles ripple under the almost non-existent weight of the red material. Not bad. Not bad at all. Four years of lifting boulders could really tone up a figure. It still didn’t mean she wanted her ass out for the world to see, but hey, as long as she was the only one looking…

“This is a dance I have not seen before.”

As the words rolled over her, Bianca shivered with feminine awareness. It was the first male voice, besides Simon and the prison guards, that she’d heard in nearly four years. It was deep, low, sexy…

Wait a minute. Whoever it belonged to was watching her wiggle her ass.

Blazes!

Think, think, think.

Bianca’s first instinct was to beat up the guy. Well, the A-mac would surely give her the instincts she needed. Fighting it was!

Bianca focused on where the voice came from. Twirling on her heels, she threw out her fist. For a brief second, she saw incredibly dark eyes, before focusing on a white mist. Her fist went through the mist and hit the stone wall.

“Ah, sacred comet!” she gasped, cradling her injured hand. She’d swung hard. Now her knuckles were bleeding and she couldn’t move her fingers. So much for her dominant fighting hand.

“That looks like it hurt,” the man’s voice continued. He was behind her. He sounded amused, mocking. “I would not have done that, gengli.”

 

© copyright 2011

This is a work of fiction. All characters, events, and places are of the author’s imagination and not to be confused with fact. Any resemblance to living persons or events is merely coincidence.

 

 REVIEWS

"5 STARS! This collection is full of beautiful woman, handsome men with unusual abilities, and subplots that connect the stories together. The women make use of their seduction training as well as their fighting abilities and give them just the right amount of action. A large dollop of humor is added to the mix to make this collection one of the best I have read in a long time. I hope the authors will continue to write more adventures for these women. I want to know what happens next." Candy, eCataRomance reviews
 

 

"5 HEARTS! I love both of these authors and when they collaborate, they are even better.... The love scenes are extremely hot, and the characters very well developed. The authors also leave plenty of room for sequels. I can't wait to read them." Maura Frankman, The Romance Studio, July 2005

 

 

"5 STARS! Red Light Specialists is wonderful, I loved this book! From start to finish I was immersed within the pages... Mandy M. Roth & Michelle M. Pillow have a fan for life in me!" Chantay, Euro-Reviews August 2005

 

 

"4 1/2 Blue Ribbons! This book is a true testament to the talent of Misses Roth and Pillow.... A wild, sexy and very enjoyable ride into one of the most creative books I’ve ever had the pleasure to read!" By Romance Junkies Reviewer Christine Ventura, June 2005

 

 

"4 STARS! Red Light Specialists is a super sexy series of adventures ...The sexuality is explicit, adventurous and arousing with each couple finding that their passions are ignited on first sight. But M&M also infuse each situation and character with humor as well as lusty satisfaction. This is a fine start to an exciting new paranormal series!" Patrice Storie, Just Erotic Romance Reviews

 

 

"4 ANGELS! Mandy M. Roth and Michelle M. Pillow are a great writing pair... I loved spending time with the Red Light Specialists and hope to read more stories about these sexy special agents very soon." Tanya, Fallen Angel Reviews, June 2005

 

 

"4 Tattoos! Red Light Specialists proves to be an exciting, adventurous and highly erotic read... from start to finish I was deeply engrossed." Erotic Escapades, July 2006
 

 

"Mandy Roth and Michelle Pillow are a writing team that will set you on fire with this story.  Red Light Specialists is definitely one of those books you cannot put down." Debbie Braaten

 

 

"...intriguing, fast-paced..."

Sinclair Reid, Romance Reviews Today

 

Additional Book Information

Amazon ASIN:B004Y1M18K

Electronic ISBN:978-1-4524-1748-6

PRINT ISBN-13:978-1466250222
PRINT ISBN-10:1466250224

Release Date: April 2011

Word Count: 68,000

Heat Level: 5/5

 

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Authors

Michelle M Pillow has always had an active imagination. Ever since she can remember, she's have had a strange fascination with anything supernatural—ghosts, magical powers, and oh…vampires. What could be more alluring than being immortal, all-powerful, and eternally beautiful?

Mandy M. Roth  grew up fascinated by creatures that go bump in the night. From the very beginning, she showed signs of creativity—writing, painting, telling scary stories that left her little brother afraid to come out from under his bed. Combining her creativity with her passion for the paranormal has left her banging on the keyboard into the wee hours of the night. Her books have won numerous awards, including an RT nomination for Best Paranormal Erotic. 

 

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