THE SPY WHO LEFT ME
This first Agent Ex Novel is good, old-fashioned fun. Full of laughter, intrigue and of course steamy spies, it’s a great weekend escape. Robinson knows how to balance a book with lighthearted romps and serious romance.
Treflee Miller hasn’t seen her husband in months. It’s been so long the divorce papers are getting dusty. Does she still love him? Yes, but she’s not cut out for the life of an agent’s wife. He’s never home and she wants a family. Yet when she runs into him in Hawaii, it’s clear the sparks are still there. Ty can’t believe his eyes. His wife is standing in front of him ready to blow his cover on the most important case of his life. And that divorce she’s asking for? She’s not going to get it. Not until he has an opportunity to win her back. But not here and not now — it’s too dangerous. Treflee’s not safe, from him or his enemies. (ST. MARTIN’S, Nov., 336 pp., $7.99)