Former presidential aide Ryan Belvedere has been drifting in a fog of misery ever since his president was killed, but he reluctantly agrees to do a favor for a friend—fetching a rare book from a crumbling manor house in England.
There he meets Sidney Blount—cold, sophisticated, Dominant—who’s at the same house to appraise the family art. It doesn’t take Sidney long to appraise Ryan too, and decide exactly what Ryan needs.
Which just so happens to be the one thing Sidney wants to give…
American Squire is a short novella of 14,000 words. It takes place during the events of American King and is best read after the New Camelot trilogy. It is not necessary to have read any of the Thornchapel series to enjoy American Squire.
Short and Steamy
It’s a short steamy novella about Ryan Belvedere from the The Camelot series. Because of a spoiler you must read American King before you read this book. Merlin sends Ryan on a mission to England to find a rare book. When he arrived Ryan meets Mr. Sydney Blount and the chemistry is electric. I will never think of old libraries and black leather gloves the same. It’s classic Sierra Simone with words that are smooth, descriptions that make you feel like you are there and enough steam to make you melt.