Genre: Humorous

THE SPY WHO LEFT ME by Gina Robinson

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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
THE SPY WHO LEFT ME by Gina RobinsonThe Spy Who Left Me by Gina Robinson
Series: Agent Ex #1
Published by Macmillan on 2011-11-01
Genres: Contemporary, Humorous, Suspense
Pages: 336
Reviewed by Miranda

If there’s one thing that can ruin a vacation, it’s running into your ex. Just ask Treflee Miller. If she’d only known that her husband Ty would be here in Hawaii—muscular, sun-bronzed, and infuriatingly gorgeous—she would have brought the divorce papers for him to sign. But life is full of surprises when you’re married to a world-class spy… Ty Miller can understand why his wife is tired of playing Mrs. James Bond. He’s never home, he’s always on a mission, and he’s usually surrounded by exotic informants. He has to admit that the perfect spy makes a pretty lousy husband. But for the sake of Ty’s security and Treflee’s safety, they can’t blow his cover. Not here. Not now. Not when his longing is so strong, her lips so tempting—and his enemies so close…

Treflee Miller is ready for some fun in sunny Hawaii with her cousin’s ex-bridesmaids. The last person she expected to see is the husband she’s trying to divorce. Evidently, her husband the spy is undercover at the same resort she’s staying at. Treflee is a smart woman and she’s not buying this coincidence. If only her husband would sign the divorce papers she could have some fun helping her cousin celebrate her non-wedding.

Ty Miller is a secret agent. He’s in Hawaii trying to stop a terrorist and find his friend’s killer. The last thing he needs is his wife clouding his judgment and hounding him to sign the divorce papers. Ty loves Treflee. He can’t figure out why she is determined to end their marriage. He knows it has to be hard to be married to a spy. He’s gone a lot and always in danger but he thought she was okay with that part of his life. 

Ty sets a plan into action. He will find the terrorist and save his marriage if it’s the last thing he does. Ty never expected Treflee to get tossed into the middle of the mission. Now, her life is in danger and he must work fast to keep her safe. Can Ty capture Treflee’s heart again and save her life at the same time?

The Spy Who Left Me is such a fun exhilarating read! I am so excited about this series! Treflee and Ty are an awesome couple who seized my attention from page one and never let go. There are ton of very cool action sequences, some hot love scenes and plenty of hilarity to keep the reader entertained throughout. Gina Robinson takes drama, comedy and action whips them together to make one delicious read! The Spy Who Left Me takes you on a rocking roller coaster ride across Hawaii. The scenic views that Ms. Robinson gives the readers are beautiful. I cannot wait to see where Ms. Robinson takes me in the next Agent Ex novel.

LIVE AND LET LOVE by Gina Robinson

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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
LIVE AND LET LOVE by Gina RobinsonLive and Let Love by Gina Robinson
Published by Macmillan on 2012-12-24
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Humorous, Suspense
Pages: 336
Reviewed by Miranda

Live and Let Love Gina Robinson Though Willow Pierce has moved forward since her husband died two years ago, she can’t ignore her sixth sense that Jack is alive.When newcomer Con Russo comes to town, Willow is convinced he’s Jack. She’d never forget his eyes. Willow is determined to learn the truth about Con’s identity—even if it means brazenly seducing him. Secret agent Jack Pierce was almost killed in an explosion that left him severely disfigured. Thanks to reconstructive surgery, he has a new face and a new life. But when the terrorist who tried to assassinate him suspects he’s still alive, Jack’s forced to go undercover—and destroy him for good. But before he can complete his mission, he must protect the only woman he’s ever loved...

Jack Pierce is used to living his life undercover but after a terrorist bombing that left him severely injured and disfigured; he let the people he loved think he was dead.  However, he gets pulled back into his former life when a terrorist targets the wife he left behind.  He has a new face and a new accent when he rolls back into his wife’s life.  Can he protect her from danger and resist the powerful attraction?

 

Willow is finally happy with her life after the devastating loss of her husband.  She never quite believed he was dead but after so long without his touch or voice she was forced to move on.  She loves her life in Orchard Bluff but things get dicey when a new guy walks into her shop. Con Russo may be a well dressed Italian but he sure does remind Willow of her dearly departed Jack.

 

While Jack/Con tries to hide the truth from Willow and protect her at the same time she pulls out all the stops by attempting to seduce him.  Who will break first?

 

Gina Robinson’s Agent Ex series is always a great read.  Ms. Robinson combines spy worthy suspense with humor in the most romantic way.  I really enjoy a book when I can laugh, love and be kept on the edge at the same time.  Live and Let Love is my favorite of Robinson’s series so far.  I really adore Willow and Jack. I like the fact that Jack had told his wife of his super-spy status before his presumed death.  There are many cheeky moments between them that are absolutely lovely.  While the suspense portion was great the romance between Willow and Jack/Con was perfect!

 

Live and Let Love is a wonderful afternoon in the sun read!

 

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