He'd be a terrible spy.
But he might make a good husband.
Call him Teague. Finn Teague. A jack-of-all-trades, he's been everything from ski instructor to cook, but he's always craved a job that wouldn't bore the living daylights out of him. He longs to be a shaken-not-stirred kind of guy but knows it'll never happen. Currently a lawyer, Double-Oh-No spends most of his time in his L.A. apartment, ogling his two gorgeous neighbors -- a view to a thrill -- and fantasizing that he's a secret agent.
Amber Robinson, an elite operative for a top-secret government agency, is tracking a suspected terrorist's mistress. Her hunky neighbor Finn seems to be doing the same and Amber suspects he's a spy -- just a very, very bad one. Setting out to seduce him and crack his secret identity (yes, she has the best job ever) Amber unwittingly takes Finn on a passion-filled, high-stakes adventure that'll teach him to never say never again.
USA Today bestselling author Julie Kenner presents a hilarious and sexy spy caper full of intoxicating, for-your-eyes-only romance!
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June 14, 2004
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Excerpt from The Spy Who Loves Me by Julie Kenner
The tiny lightbulbs on the console winked, flickering like starlight in the dimly lit room. Drake allowed himself a tiny smile as the children's tune danced through his mind -- "When you wish upon a star..."
He'd wished all right. Wished and planned and plotted. Over two years of tracking down information, making alliances, paying off informants. All to ensure that his plan was absolutely foolproof. And soon it would all be over.
He paced in front of the console, his fingers folding the paper without conscious thought. Instead, all his attention was riveted to this one moment. A pivotal, almost sad moment. In fact, all that stood between him and a full-fledged bout of melancholy was the promise of revenge and several billion dollars wired to his Swiss bank account.
Oh, yes. Revenge was sweet. Even more so when it was profitable.