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MOST ELIGIBLE SPY
by Dana Marton

Genre: Series, Current Series Imprints, Harlequin Intrigue

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MOST ELIGIBLE SPY (4) by Dana Marton: Single mother Molly Rogers is sure her brother is innocent of all the crimes laid at his feet, despite the evidence, and she plans on proving it. SDDU Moses Mann is in the small border town to stop terrorists from coming into the country, and he’s not sure if Molly’s just an innocent dupe in the complex plan or a part of her brother’s conspiracy. However, when Molly seemingly becomes the target of a band of criminals, he’ll do anything to keep her and her son safe, even stay with her in her isolated ranch house. Marton knows how to wind the story out, peppering it with enough red herrings and tantalizing wrong paths to keep readers guessing until the final chapters, then tossing in a dramatic rescue just to keep pulses racing.

Reviewed By: Pat Cooper

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: September 2013

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