Spy Games by Gina Robinson

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Combining the wit of Janet Evanovich and the intrigue of Cherry Adair, Gina Robinson introduces a sizzling couple who find themselves. . .

Sleepless In Seattle

Reilly Peterson's been many things in her thirty-two years: an athlete, a model, a sportswear executive. Her ex-boyfriend, however, has done a good job of making Reilly something she's never been--scared. Now Reilly's ready to protect herself with more than her sharp tongue. Fantasy Spy Camp's Seattle-based Urban Ops division will train her to survive using everything from her bare hands to a submachine gun. But when she gets an eyeful of fellow camper Van Keller, all Reilly wants is to chill out, partner up, and go deep undercover...

Praise for Spy Candy:

"Sassy and delightfully entertaining." --Beverly Barton, New York Times bestselling author

"With the perfect amount of suspense and humor, this story will stay with readers long after the book is over."--Romantic Times

"Fast, snappy and cute." --Susan Andersen, New York Times bestselling author


About Gina Robinson

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Gina Robinson has always been a storyteller-just ask her parents. An avid book lover, she grew up reading romance, mysteries, and suspense novels but, somehow, ended up majoring in Electrical Engineering. After marrying her college sweetheart, she began to write-software-for several large defense contractors. Eventually Gina gave up the glamorous engineering life for the equally glamorous life of a stay-at-home mom, somehow finding time to write manuscripts about villains with guns, handsome strangers, and mail-order brides. Her published novels, Spy Candy, Spy Games, and The Spy Who Left Me, received rave reviews, establishing Gina Robinson as one of today's most exciting new authors of romantic suspense.
Published November 18, 2009 by Zebra Books. 349 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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