Keeping the Spy (The Collins Brothers, #4)

Keeping the Spy (The Collins Brothers, #4)

by Victoria Pinder
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Keeping the Spy (The Collins Brothers, #4) 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 9 days ago
At 92 pages, it’s not really a full length novel. The storyline was decent but I had a hard time getting through it with the plethora of typos - not just the numerous missing “a” and “the” throughout. Chapter 7 has ‘metal’ instead of ‘medal’. I couldn’t finish it.
Gina04 More than 1 year ago
What a beautiful read about first love in high school but love the mystery and drama. But dangit on being to shy to say anything till you are older. But in the mean time lets not forget all that awkwardness of not knowing how to act when you are around each other.
birdladyvm More than 1 year ago
STORY-LINE KEEPING THE SPY: In Keeping the Spy, author Victoria Pinder created an intriguing spy tale. When small town librarian, Sherry Worthing's fiancé, Russian Victor Kravenski's murdered, she finds herself on the run from someone trying to kill her. Frightened, alone except for her guard dog Joe, she's terrified and insecure. Seeing villains around every corner, she's runs to Miami looking for shelter from the storm. Liam Collins and Sherry attended school together. Each unaware the other carried a torch, their lives went separate ways. Now billionaire Liam, a CIA agent, ready to retire, takes one last job in locating and bringing in Sherry for espionage. Unknown to Sherry, Victor was a spy; holding secret documents he intended to sell. Now the buyers and the USA government want the documents. Come along with Sherry and Liam as they run for their lives from friend and foe alike. Will romance bloom after all these years? Can Liam protect Sherry and prove her innocence? Grab a beverage, get comfortable, my contemporary suspense romance novel review Keeping The Spy follows CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT: Keeping The Spy's an easy to read and entertaining book. Perfect for an afternoon of lazing on the beach, on the porch or your favorite easy chair. Pinder filled Keeping The Spy with twists and turns as well as suspense, packing it full of action. The action starts early and does not let up as the reader follows Liam and Sherry from one end of the USA to another. Sherry's character's seen as frightened to death by the situation she finds herself in. She's insecure with relationships and doesn't see herself as Liam does. While Liam oozes confident; not only is he a billionaire, he's handsome and confident. He is man of confidence in everything except Sherry; with her he is an insecure mess. I loved now he felt about Sherry and the fact the attractive went back to high school. Pinder portrayed them as star-crossed loves, who just can not connect. Pinder allowed the emotion and attraction to grow throughout the story-line. A nasty piece of work, Pinder's villains made my skin crawl. Pinder developed her characters well and the plotting fast paced; filled with suspense, intrigue and attraction. Finally, in concluding my reviews for contemporary suspense romance novel Keeping The spy, I found a book which held my attention with realistic characters, suspense, and action. I found a few minor editing errors which do not impact my enjoyment of the book. KEEPING THE SPY RECOMMENDATION: STARS 4 I found, Keeping The Spy, suitable for anyone who enjoys a light contemporary romance filled with action and suspense. FINALLY, PLEASE NOTE: Additionally, I received this book from Fairfield Publishing and chose to voluntarily review the book with an honest reviews for romance novels. Lastly, book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion. Consequently, all book reviews on-line and on my blog, are my opinions. In addition, the ARC did not affect my voluntary reviews for contemporary romance novel.