Tomorrow We Spy CIA operative Talia Reynolds Fluker is off the clock off the continent and off on her Paris honeymoon But the happy couple s trip to the City of Love is cut short when the CIA tracks them down for a

  • Title: Tomorrow We Spy
  • Author: Jordan McCollum
  • ISBN: 9781940096100
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • CIA operative Talia Reynolds Fluker is off the clock, off the continent and off on her Paris honeymoon But the happy couple s trip to the City of Love is cut short when the CIA tracks them down for a top secret mission Only this time, the Agency s assignment isn t for Talia it s for her husband Danny.As an aerospace engineer, Danny s the one with the connections theyCIA operative Talia Reynolds Fluker is off the clock, off the continent and off on her Paris honeymoon But the happy couple s trip to the City of Love is cut short when the CIA tracks them down for a top secret mission Only this time, the Agency s assignment isn t for Talia it s for her husband Danny.As an aerospace engineer, Danny s the one with the connections they need to get to their target, an aerospace executive and a dangerous Russian FSB officer After all she s done to protect Danny from her spy life, Talia won t okay the op until she s allowed to accompany her husband And the only safe way for her to do that Deep undercover.Balancing her personal and professional personas requires precision than a Russian ballet But all the covers in the world can t protect Danny and Talia when the FSB officer turns the tables on them Now Talia must use her every skill to save her marriage, her husband and herself or their first mission together will be their last.

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    1. I found myself so annoyed with Danny throughout this book. He was a character that I really liked in the first two books, but in this one he was pouty, whiny, and needy. Not attractive qualities.

    2. Jordan McCollum does it again! Wonderful ending to the series. Fun, entertaining, and clean! Love the peek into the honeymoon in Paris which (unfortunately for them, yet fortunately for us) is interrupted when Talia is needed on another assignment, this time being joined by her brand new husband. The two of them have an adventure navigating the streets of Russia while learning to navigate the intricacies of married life. As always, McCollum weaves a story that keeps you guessing at every turn, e [...]

    3. Great SuspenseThis book definitely had my heRt racing in all the right places. Spying while trying to protect your spouse makes for a fast paced, exciting story. I really appreciated the way the author captured the Russian culture from an American perspective, right down to the amazing dairy products. There is nothing better than Russian tvorog and smetana!

    4. I LOVE this series and I LOVE this author!Fun, clean books, full of suspense, espionage, and a touch of romance.Can you even imagine?Talia and Danny are newlywedson their honeymoond now they need to act as if they just barely met and have no romantic interests in each other.And to top it all of they are going to Russia where Talia served her missionFun scenes await as Talia has to balance being seen as an interpreter, and a return missionary running into her investigators; all while trying to be [...]

    5. Audience: Adult (Clean)Genre: Romantic ThrillerLength: 295 pgsRating: 5 (I really loved it)Review: Danny and Talia are married! Yay. I so much enjoyed getting to see more of Danny and how he fights for him and Talia. She can be frustrating, in a good way, and I like seeing Danny stepping out and setting her straight. :) I loved going back to where Talia served her mission and getting immersed in Russia. Tons of great action in this one, and like all the others, I read it FAST.Content:Sex - 1 (Th [...]

    6. I did not enjoy this book in the series as much as I had enjoyed the previous books. I felt frustrated/irritated/tired of the missteps in Talia and Danny's relationship and the constant strain between the two. Plus, where previous books had the primary focus on the action, this seemed to focus more on the relationship--perhaps--I don't know. I found I was scan-reading a lot just trying to finish this up. On a more positive note, I was heartened that there was not as much descriptively explained [...]

    7. These are spy novels if you didn't know, and a mystery needs to be solved. I really like Talia and Danny now. They are recruited for a mission together while on honeymoon in Paris. The trust needed between these two is stretched and questioned, as is the integrity of being a spy. Not the best pace of all the books but very action packed at the end. I had it all figured out way before the reveal, but it was a nice way to say goodbye to this couple.

    8. Yay! This was really good! Once again, the details were interesting and seemingly authentic. The story here is as good as book 1, as is the editing. Danny didn't seem like himself, but Talia was back on her game and entertaining as always. There weren't many surprises, but I felt so immersed in Russian culture that I didn't mind.

    9. I've really liked all these spy stories in the Spy Another Day series. This was another hit. Lots of action, suspense, intrigue, with just a little romance. I like the way the tables get turned, now that Talia and Danny are married.

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