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Spy For A Spy (2013)

by Jordan McCollum(Favorite Author)
4.33 of 5 Votes: 2
ISBN
1940096030 (ISBN13: 9781940096032)
languge
English
publisher
Durham Crest Books
series
Spy Another Day
review 1: (4.5 stars) This series is so much fun. I enjoyed every minute of it. I liked this book just as much as the first, maybe even more. Spying on spies is intense. I was racing to the finish, and had to stop for an appointment just as things became dire for Talia. Talk about being in suspense! I really like Talia, even if she is amazingly paranoid. I appreciate the relationship she has with Danny. I love Jordan's writing style. I certainly hope this isn't the last book with Talia and Danny. I want to read more.
review 2: This book is AMAZING, STUPENDOUS, and OUTSTANDING!You have spies, espionage, betrayal, and romance!And to top it all off you have a woman who is suppose to be planning a wedding, but gets sidetracked chasing the bad guy...who happens to be someone
... morefrom her past...OH. SO. GOOD!An American spy in Canada, Talia finds herself working with Brand Copley...AGAIN.He is now her new boss, but he used to be her boyfriend.Just as she is trying to plan her wedding with new boyfriend/fiance', Danny, she is assigned to spy on her old boss.To do this she will need to bring in her old partner.Caught between old boss/new boss, old boyfriend/new boyfriend, and old partner/no partner, Talia finds herself lying and spying and wondering...Where is the line between Talia the spy, and Talia the person?And wait until you read who comes in to 'save the day.'LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. IT! less
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Noel
Another fun novel by Jordan McCollum - fast paced interesting and relatable characters.
tracyg1975
Full review to come . . .
dadaboy
Excellent series.
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