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The Spy Wore Red
     

The Spy Wore Red

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by Wendy Rosnau
 

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SHE HAD MOVES NO ONE COULD MATCH

And that kept superspy Nadja Stefn alive on many an undercover assignment. Until one slip changed the game forever.

It happened one icy cold night…two spies on the run, holing up together…the night Nadja wore red. They exchanged no names, and five years later Nadja still didn't know the identity of her

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SHE HAD MOVES NO ONE COULD MATCH

And that kept superspy Nadja Stefn alive on many an undercover assignment. Until one slip changed the game forever.

It happened one icy cold night…two spies on the run, holing up together…the night Nadja wore red. They exchanged no names, and five years later Nadja still didn't know the identity of her child's father. Until she was chosen for a mission that paired her with her mystery lover.

When the assassin they're after kidnaps their daughter, Nadja faces a terrible choice: A) deliver her daughter to this vicious criminal, or B) lose her child forever. But master game player Nadja might just go with option C.…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426867026
Publisher:
Silhouette
Publication date:
06/01/2010
Series:
Spy Games , #32
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
416,143
File size:
295 KB

Meet the Author

A typical day for me starts at 4:00 a.m. I work outside my home so I must write in the early morning. I consume a pot of coffee before seven, and hopefully write 10 pages before I switch hats and prepare to open the family bookstore.

With teenagers in the house, breakfast is a buffet affair. The store opens by 10, so I pack my laptop, toss a little makeup on my face, and head to work. By late afternoon I switch hats again, stopping off to do a few household errands, then it's another buffet for dinner. The dishwasher on, a few loads of laundry in and out, and I'm ready for a glass of wine and a soak in a hot tub to brainstorm tomorrow's 10 pages.

Ideally, if I can get to bed by nine, my 4:00 a.m. writing schedule will be met the next day.

Ah, the life of a writer who wears too many hats.

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Spy Wore Red (Silhouette Bombshell #32) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wonderful book. Gripping story line from the beginning, great plot twists & turns, and the development of other characters which had future books based on them. I can't wait to track down the other books in the Spy Games series!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Euro-Quest and NSA Onyx are combining resources to stop a rogue assassin killing agents from both their organizations. Onyx¿s Bjorn Opell will head the efforts to stop the killer. He has a choice of deadly female Quest agents to accompany him. Though Quest suggests their more endurance player, he selects Nadja ¿Q¿ Stefn, the notorious bedroom assassin. He denies knowing her, but he is the only male to survive a night with this black widow......................... The duo follows the trail of the killer from Prague to Vienna, stopping for some sexual activity on the way. In Austria, Bjorn and Nadja continue to make love as they come closer to a deadly killer who knows they are after him or her and have this duo on the list of those who will die...................................... This is an exciting espionage romance starring two intriguing protagonists though one must wonder if Nadja can be considered likable and how on the edge Bjorn could cherish ¿rough¿ sex. The cat and mouse spy counterspy plot is thrilling and using Prague and Vienna as the background gives a Cold War feel though clearly it is a post Wall fall novel. Though most readers will doubt that the couple will survive another month together (no sequel seems feasible for this duo) as Nadja is bound to kill Bjorn, fans of espionage thrillers will appreciate this deep tale........................ Harriet Klausner