Secret Agent

Secret Agent

by Michelle Larkin
Secret Agent

Secret Agent

by Michelle Larkin


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Rogue agent Zoey Blackwood is having the time of her life traveling the world and evading the CIA’s capture. Her wisecracking humor keeps things light, but her mission is no joke: save millions of innocent lives that the US considers expendable in the wake of a deadly virus. Giving away the vaccine’s top-secret formula when the government plans to sell it lands her squarely on the CIA’s most-wanted list.

CIA Agent Peyton North’s mission is simple: apprehend Zoey and return her to headquarters. Peyton gives chase, ready to do whatever it takes to catch her. But every time she thinks she has Zoey cornered, the smart-ass agent pulls off another clever escape.

Sparks ignite between them during their cat-and-mouse trek around the globe. A bond is forged and loyalties are tested as their sizzling attraction approaches a point of no return.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781635557534
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books
Publication date: 04/12/2022
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Michelle lives just outside Boston, Massachusetts, with her two young sons, Levi and Jett, and the ghost of her dog, Chloe, who she still shares popcorn with every night by tossing it on the floor in front of the TV—just like she used to do when Chloe was alive. Oddly enough, the popcorn lingers on the rug until Michelle picks it up because, well, in case you didn’t know…ghosts don’t eat popcorn.

Michelle wrote her first book at age six, entitled “Jack and the Orange.” A real pageturner. She read fifty-five novels by Dean Koontz in one year but doesn’t have much time for reading anymore. She’s too busy writing thrillers and raising two small monsters who are masquerading as human children. She hashes out the scenes of her books during long cross-country runs and somehow manages to find her way back home, which is a pretty amazing feat because she has no sense of direction. What. So. Ever.
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