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(The Brotherhood #3)

10 years later

The year is 2026.

"Alec" Alexandre Kitamura Sousa, now in his late thirties, is a well-seasoned CIA case officer. He should be content with what life has to offer him: a long-awaited job promotion, his house mortgages paid in full, his retirement plans waiting for him if and when he quits his employment as a civil servant, and above all, a woman to accompany him in his career and to warm his bed at night.

However, he is craving more than just meaningless sex. His mind keeps returning to a captivating set of hazel green eyes and a sad smile he cannot forget.

Little does he know that his past would soon come back to haunt him.


"Cathy" Cathryn Johnson, now in her late twenties, is an aspiring doctor two years into her medical degree. She should be content with what life has to offer her: a chance for a successful career, a doting boyfriend, her steadfast schnauzer ready to guard her with his life, and a cozy suburban apartment with a small library stocked with books. But secretly, she feels a certain kind of jadedness in heart. An unnamed restlessness shaped by a past marred by violence. She would soon realize that she has a different calling altogether.

A world on the brink of a man-made disaster.

A clandestine operation on an exotic island in Southeast Asia.

Two souls will intersect once again.

A story of love, forgiveness, second chances, and karmic retribution, all in Loving You in Paradise (The Brotherhood #3), the long-awaited sequel to Bound to You in Japan.

Genre: Sci-Fi, Crime, Erotic Romance

Praise for the Brotherhood Series:

"A stunning and emotional read from the start. It flows well and before you know it it's finished. This book explores a wide stream of subjects. Upsetting in places but it's not something we should shy away from. Brave and well delivered. More books please." - Sheena Fleming, Author of Watching Over You.

"This is an intense book, which explores many difficult subjects. It was quite difficult to read in places but saying that, the author clearly knows the genre. This will suit fans who have read books of similar themes."- Julia Cowan, Author of Cells.

"Amazing story line, lovely presentation, erotic and classy perfectly blended to capture reader's interest. Character development is deep and complex, especially of the female protagonist. It had me hooked right away, I know a book is good when it takes me away from my everyday world. I would definitely recommend it!"- Diana D. Wild, Author of The Neverending Poems


THE BROTHERHOOD SERIES is out now as comic series!
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