Subject: Navy SEAL Mason Black Mission: Remain undercover - even if it means going commando! Wedding blogger Maddie Holmes is 12 times the bridesmaid and never the bride. Still, being on the sidelines of everyone else's happy endings has its perks, like staying at the luxurious, decadent Fantasy Island. The resort isn't just romantic - it's filled with sinful temptations, like delicious hottie resort chef Mason Black. And Maddie can't wait to take a bite! There's just a teeny problem with her plan. She has no idea that Mason is an undercover Navy SEAL who needs photographs Maddie took that put both his mission and her life at risk. Mason's plan? Retrieve the pics and indulge in a few X-rated fantasies with the curvy redhead - and hope like hell that being between the sheets doesn't blow his cover. He'll risk his life - just not his heart Fiona O'Brien knows how to minimize risk - by never, ever falling for a guy in a hazardous job. And when her brother applies to become an elite Forest Service firefighter, Fiona hits the roof. She'll do anything to keep him safe - even if it means using every sexy tool in her arsenal to seduce the one firefighter who can change her brother's mind. Hotshot Wyatt Andrews swore to avoid controlling women like Fiona. And he has no intention of intervening in her family business. Still, he can't resist the fiery redhead with the deadly curves. Soon they're engulfed in a blaze of lust that incinerates their self-control. They're playing each other, but if they're not careful they may both get burned. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Abby Craden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/004960/bk_harp_004960_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A shell corporation is a company which serves as a vehicle for business transactions without itself having any significant assets or operations. Shell corporations are not in themselves illegal and they may have legitimate business purposes. However, they are a main component of the underground economy, especially those based in tax havens. They may also be known as International Business Corporations (IBCs), Personal Investment Companies (PICs), front companies, or "mailbox" companies. A classic tax avoidance operation is based on the buying and selling through tax haven shell companies to disguise true profits. The firm does its international operations through this shell corporation, thus not having to report to its country the sums involved, avoiding any taxes. Christian Aid calculates that the flux of money flowing out from developing countries and deposited in tax havens at 160 billion USD a year