Last Chance: A Triple Treat Romance Box Set [NOOK Book]

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LAST CHANCE: A TRIPLE TREAT ROMANCE BOX SET
Three Bestselling Authors, Three Romance Novels, One Great Price

TELL ME NO LIES by Amazon bestselling author Rachel Branton
Two days before her wedding, Tessa Crawford’s world crumbles, leaving her hurt and betrayed. Worse, if Tessa doesn’t marry and receive her trust fund, her younger sister will lose her house and the runaway ...
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Last Chance: A Triple Treat Romance Box Set

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Overview

LAST CHANCE: A TRIPLE TREAT ROMANCE BOX SET
Three Bestselling Authors, Three Romance Novels, One Great Price

TELL ME NO LIES by Amazon bestselling author Rachel Branton
Two days before her wedding, Tessa Crawford’s world crumbles, leaving her hurt and betrayed. Worse, if Tessa doesn’t marry and receive her trust fund, her younger sister will lose her house and the runaway girls living there will have nowhere to go. Gage Braxton, the guy from next door, is willing to help her out, but rumors hint that he's an ex-con. Tessa quickly finds herself attracted to a man who has no intention of ever falling in love or of passing on his terrible legacy. When Tessa stumbles across evidence that may be proof of Gage’s innocence, suspects begin to line up. Someone is willing to kill again to see that the truth remains buried, and if Tessa doesn’t hurry and solve the old murder, she will lose not only her chance at love but may become the murderer’s next victim.

OVER YOU by Amazon bestselling author Christine Kersey
When Jessica Stevens temporarily moves in with her elderly aunt to help care for her, she plans to use the time to heal from a recent break-up. But when her aunt decides to do some remodeling on the old house, Jessica is dismayed to discover that the contractor is her ex-fiancé, a man who dumped her several years before. Helping distract her from her troubles are mysterious fifty-year old letters she finds in her aunt's attic. The contents of the letters spur Jessica to do some digging, but as the truth of the past begins to be revealed, Jessica regrets ever finding the letters. Over You does not contain any profanity or sexual content.

I, SPY by Amazon bestselling author Jordan McCollum
Canada is probably the last place you’d expect to find an American spy. But even idyllic Ottawa has its deadly secrets—and so does CIA operative Talia Reynolds. She can climb through ventilation shafts, blend in at the occasional diplomatic function, even scale buildings (small ones). But there’s one thing she can’t do: tell her aerospace engineer boyfriend Danny about her Top Secret occupation. It worked for a year, keeping Danny in the dark, keeping him away from danger, keeping her secrets. And then Talia finally catches a hot case: Fyodor Timofeyev. Russian. Aerospace executive. Possible spy? She can make this work, too—until Danny needs her at the same time her country does. And when Fyodor targets Danny? Now to save her secrets and her country, Talia must sacrifice the man she loves.
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Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Charles Davix
OVER YOU: I love this book and the sequel Second Chances. The author does a beautiful
job on these books. I can't remember how I happened upon Over You, but I read
it in one day and immediately bought Second Chances on my Kindle. I only wish
there were more sequels to purchase. I could not put these two books down until
I was finished. I read each one in a day.
Amazon - Gordon Funk
TELL ME NO LIES: Wow another neat book I could not put down. Awesome writing and details.
Amazon - Mindy Holt
I, SPY: I knew by the first page that I was going to love this book. I absolutely loved Talia's inner voice. She loves being a spy, and she is doing her best to keep her relationship with Danny. So many clever lines filled with lots of snark and heart. Everything about this book is enjoyable. I even learned Russian. :) Jordan did a great job of explaining the Russian and worked in the phrases and abbreviations that could have been confusing, and did it well.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149637126
  • Publisher: Mirror Press
  • Publication date: 7/30/2014
  • Series: Triple Treat Romances , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 63,489
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted September 15, 2014

    I was pulled into I, Spy right away by the intriguing first line

    I was pulled into I, Spy right away by the intriguing first line in getting to know Talia. A saucy attitude and being good at her spy job mixes with Talia's compulsive obsessions. A fun, admirable, and flawed character combination that hits its mark. Throw in romance and great spy adventures to win readers' hearts. I liked the realism of using the Russian language and Canadianisms to bring the setting alive, teach me something, and add validity. A clean read for YA and up. I'm giving this book a rare five stars. My only issue was my being visual enough to notice and have to adjust to the use of parentheses for Talia's thoughts or explanations. If it had been an audio book this wouldn't have bothered me. I was over it before too long. The ending includes an unexpected life lesson learned. If the other two books are half this entertaining, you'll enjoy a lot of good reading.

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  • Posted September 8, 2014

    In Jordan McCollum's I, Spy, I knew by the first page that I wa


    In Jordan McCollum's I, Spy, I knew by the first page that I was going to love this book.  I absolutely loved Talia's inner voice.  She loves being a spy, and she is doing her best to keep her relationship with Danny.  So many clever lines filled with lots of snark and heart.  Everything about this book is enjoyable.  I even learned Russian.  :) Jordan did a great job of explaining the Russian and worked in the phrases and abbreviations that could have been confusing, and did it well.  I loved Talia the most, but all of the characters were well-written and memorable.  Elliot and Danny were fav's too.  The plot is enjoyable and I loved the action!  I really could not guess what was going to happen next.  There were so many surprises at the turn of each page, especially during the climax, it didn't matter what time it was, I had to finish.
    5 out of 5 stars.  I, Spy was nominated for 2013 Whitney Award.  

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  • Posted September 8, 2014

    I've read and loved I, SPY by Jordan McCollum! Audience: Adult

    I've read and loved I, SPY by Jordan McCollum!

    Audience: Adult (Clean)
    Genre: Romantic Spy Thriller
    Length: 312 pgs

    Rating: ***** (Loved it!)

    Review: To be honest, I’ve had my eye on this book for a while and for good reason. It caught my attention right off. The characters. The conflict. The pacing. Then about half-way through I could not put it down. Considering everything that should be happening during our move right now, I spent the afternoon on my rear reading a fantastic book. Ms. McCollum does a fantastic job of making everything seem realistic—but seriously, I think she may have worked for the CIA at some point. The tension and rising conflict was awesome. I loved the voice. Loved it. Seriously, I can only think of one thing that I can say bad about it. Talia is a spy with a sixth sense for reading people. It was obvious to me right off that Danny was jealous of her partner Elliot, so it should have hit Talia square between the eyes. The book was full of action and also full of romance. I was SO into the characters. One of the biggest compliments my critique partner can give me is when she tells me she forgets that the characters aren't real people and gets so involved in their problems. That’s the way I felt reading this.

    Content: Rated 1-5, 1 being minor instances and 5 being saturated
    Violence – 4 (nothing explicit, but there’s a lot—it is about spies—and a lot of description of fights)
    Language – 0
    Sex – 1 (Kissing)

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  • Posted August 6, 2014

    I read "I Spy" by Jordan McCollum in this collection: 

    I read "I Spy" by Jordan McCollum in this collection: 
    This book was written by character Talia. She lives two separate lives-one where she goes to church and has a boyfriend Danny. The other where she works with Elliott and is a CIA operations officer. Then her two separate lives collide and people start getting hurt and she doesn't know who to trust. This book was fast paced-great adventure! I felt like I was reading a "James Bond" type book and couldn't stop reading it! Good clean reading and definitely not boring! 

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  • Posted August 2, 2014

    I thoroughly enjoyed one of the books in this boxed set, Jordan

    I thoroughly enjoyed one of the books in this boxed set, Jordan McCollum's  I, Spy! The story begins with a little spy 101 where Talia, the main character, talks about why she doesn't wear a cat suit and why movies that show that kind of thing are so unreal. The story then continues as the plot slowly thickens until about two-thirds of the way through when it gets rather intense. I wasn't quite sure what was going to happen and how things were going to end. I was surprised a few times, and then again. It's always nice when a book's plot and characters can surprise you - when it isn't completely predictable.

    Talia, the main character and spy, had this great internal monologue and matter-of-fact way of thinking and saying things that I thoroughly enjoyed. Her sarcasm cracked me up! She was somewhat of a tomboy, overly cautious, and very loyal. Danny was a very smart and romantic golden boy.

    I, Spy was full of action, friendship, and some romance, with likable characters and an engaging plot. I will definitely be picking up whatever McCollum writes in the future.

    Content: Clean

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