Promise Me the Moon

Promise Me the Moon

by Nichole D. Evans

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When Grace Quincy ("Q") lands a job as the lead scientist and engineer in the CIA's Clandestine Operations and Properties group, she becomes the Quartermaster for U.S. reconnaissance--the creator of spy gadgets for Jayce Jackson, special agent with a license to kill.

As charming as the famed British double-O, Jackson is one-hundred percent all-American, from his dusty cowboy boots to his unending Southern charm. His conquests in and out of the bedroom are the stuff of legends, yet Q daydreams of being something more to Jackson.

At the highly sought-after event, Nebulas and Novas, Q gets tangled in Jackson's latest mission and the mysterious disappearance of NASA's green glass Moon stone. Q must trust her wits to survive the dangerous operation, thwart Dr. Faust's sinister plan, and save the sexy spy she loves.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161830604
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 11/14/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 217,363
File size: 582 KB

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Promise Me the Moon 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Bobbie Kirkland More than 1 year ago
I received a free copy of PROMISE ME THE MOON by Nichole D. Evans in exchange for an honest review. Grace “Q” Quincy works in a hostile environment. In addition to having people shoot at her, she is constantly subjected to sexual harassment. Male coworkers try to sabotage her success by refusing to do their jobs, so she has to go into their section in the middle of the night and do their work for them. As part of her job, she not only has to observe an operational agent seduce women, but also has to put up with her intelligent, but juvenile, male coworkers subjecting her to locker room talk about what is happening. Two of her male coworkers pursue her romantically, and one subjects her to unwanted advances. The one with the unwanted advances appropriates her image to open a Twitter account to post lewd comments about an imaginary relationship between them. Further, two of her coworkers engage in cyber sex while she’s sitting next to one of them. Finally, there are the terrible, relentlessly sexual double entendres throughout the book. In the end, Q gets her man with the understanding that it’s his job to cheat on her. It’s a cute book if you like juvenile locker room humor, have never attended a sexual harassment seminar, have also never even heard the term or the concept used in a negative way, and have no desire for a monogamous relationship. #PromiseMeTheMoon #NetGalley
tumbleword More than 1 year ago
Q is a Bond-type girl who, with her quick wit and saucy sense of humor, designs gadgets to keep her sexy spy, Jayce, safe. Tongue-in-cheek, the two of them fill the pages with playful banter and double entendres, all the while taking down the bad guy. Sit back, relax and prepare to be entertained.
JenGreene23 More than 1 year ago
You won't want to put this book down! From the first page to the last, you will be captivated and rooting for "Q"! She is someone that we can all relate to from her self image to her interactions with her family. I found myself laughing out loud at her sibling interactions. I typically do not like spy novels, but this was different. The setting and intrigue enhanced the relationship with Q and her spy. I didn't want the book to end.... I can not wait to learn more about Grace and find out what her next adventure will be. I highly recommend this book to readers not just those that love romance novels, but mystery lovers as well!
EricaWyn22 More than 1 year ago
Funny, Flirty, and Action Packed!! If you love the action of a Bond movie combined with the humor of a romantic comedy, you will love Promise Me the Moon! I fell in love with Q (Gracie) and her handsome spy Jackson, but the secondary characters are amazing as well. You’ll cringe at Gracie’s family’s good intentioned meddling in her love life that always seems to just barely cross the line, or in the case of her mother, blow right past it! One of my favorite series is the Tara Holloway series by Diane Kelly and Promise Me the Moon strikes the same tone. You’ll turn page after page waiting to see how Gracie will get herself out of danger, swoon as the tension between Jackson and Gracie ratchets up, and laugh at the witty humor sprinkled throughout. I can’t wait to read the next one!
8776979 More than 1 year ago
Such a fun and entertaining story! I loved that Q was a strong, intelligent female who wasn’t afraid to tell the guys what to do. Yet, she allowed her feminine side to come out when needed. The heat between Jackson and Grace kept me turning the pages wanting more. I’m ready for the next installment of Q and Jackson!