Marnie Lundy works at a department store, plays the piano at the mall and gives piano lessons. Her life is bland and uneventful, until she's mistaken for Lila Moreau, an agent of the Office for Political Unity and Security (OPUS) and a pawn in a dangerous game to expose a rogue agent, code-named Sorcerer.

She finds herself working closely with OPUS agent Noah Tennant, a very attractive, yet irritating, man. Meanwhile, Noah's protegee Ellie is investigating the leaking of top-secret information from ChemiTech, a company with many government contracts. One of the main suspects is her neighbor, friend and major hottie Daniel Beck. Let the games begin.

This story introduces a nice twist on the mistaken-identity storyline. The secondary story is as intriguing as the main one and almost stands alone. A couple of elements seem inessential to the story, such as the heroine's cats, and some scenes are a bit over the top, but altogether, this is a fun story that entertains to the last page. (Jun., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley