Spy Games

Spy Games

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by Gina Robinson
     
 

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Combining the wit of Janet Evanovich and the intrigue of Cherry Adair, Gina Robinson introduces a sizzling couple who find themselves...

Sleepless In Seattle

Reilly Peterson's been many things in her thirty-two years: an athlete, a model, a sportswear executive. Her ex-boyfriend, however, has done a good job of making Reilly something

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Combining the wit of Janet Evanovich and the intrigue of Cherry Adair, Gina Robinson introduces a sizzling couple who find themselves...

Sleepless In Seattle

Reilly Peterson's been many things in her thirty-two years: an athlete, a model, a sportswear executive. Her ex-boyfriend, however, has done a good job of making Reilly something she's never been—scared. Now Reilly's ready to protect herself with more than her sharp tongue. Fantasy Spy Camp's Seattle-based Urban Ops division will train her to survive using everything from her bare hands to a submachine gun. But when she gets an eyeful of fellow camper Van Keller, all Reilly wants is to chill out, partner up, and go deep undercover...

Praise for Spy Candy:

"Sassy and delightfully entertaining."—Beverly Barton, New York Times bestselling author

"With the perfect amount of suspense and humor, this story will stay with readers long after the book is over."—Romantic Times

"Fast, snappy and cute." —Susan Andersen, New York Times bestselling author

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780692615935
Publisher:
Gina Robinson
Publication date:
12/01/2009
Pages:
354
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)

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Spy Games 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Zosia82 More than 1 year ago
It's best not to take this one too seriously, and just enjoy. Reilly's ex is a dangerous man, and she attends a 'spy camp' to learn how to protect herself. Turns out all of her 'classmates' are in some trouble of their own, and they all get dragged into the drama. Suddenly they have to use everything they've learnt - and fast. The problem I had with this book was that I could see the twists from a mile off. I was hoping I'd guessed wrong with the surprises, but I hadn't. Additionally, I love fun books, but sometimes this ventured into the realm of silly - too silly for me. I did like the author's sense of humour though. It takes a lot for a book to make me laugh out loud, but I laughed more than once here. And I had a bit of a soft spot both for the hero and the heroine. It really helps to like both leads and it's quite a feat to create original, quirky characters. What I did not like was that there were far too many major players in what was a short, quick read. About halfway through I gave up trying to keep track of who was who, and it didn't seem to matter. Whenever the author got too bogged down with all her characters I found myself getting a bit bored. This was for the most part a fun read.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Though frightened of her former boyfriend Ket, thirty-two years old Reilly Peterson refuses to allow him to dictate how she lives. Being a former athlete and model, she is in good shape so she decides she needs to learn how to defend her self rather quickly. In Seattle she attends the Urban Ops Division's three-day training at Fantasy Spy Camp. At camp Reilly meets math Professor Van Keller; he acts anything but like her image of an academic. When a corpse is found, Reilly fears Ket is nearby. Meanwhile as she learns hand to hand combat and weapons usage, Van vows to keep her safe although she wonders how a Pythagoras Equation expert will protect her from killer Ket. Like its predecessor Spy Candy, the fun Spy Games is an enjoyable lighthearted romantic suspense starring a brave lead female, a math teacher who proves the whole is greater than the sum of the parts, and a villain over the top of the Space Needle. Readers will enjoy going to Fantasy Spy Camp rooting for Reilly to kick Kt's butt. Harriet Klausner