1531 Entertainment has a suggestion we were introduced to last year. I’m thinking it was a good read but can’t be 100% sure. Maybe if I thought on it longer the memory fog would clear. We will consider it again anyway. Seems to me there were a satisfying number of humorous moments.
The Perfect Spy: A Clean Romantic Suspense (An Untapped Source Book 1)
She’s got the best undercover crew. But will a sinister secret undo them?
Kate Ross has lost way too much in the last six months. With her mother’s death from breast cancer, an agent she handled killed on the job, and her career in jeopardy, the beleaguered CIA officer’s faith in God seems like another casualty. So she’s relieved to be offered a shot at redemption by managing an innovative team of “mom spies”… until they saddle her with a more experienced man as a babysitter.
Battling self-doubt and a loss of confidence in her espionage skills, Kate directs a smoothly successful first mission for the unit. But just as she opens up to her kind and encouraging supervisor, she suspects he’s withholding key information when the subject of their next assignment is his ex-wife. And the only solution to her predicament may be prayers she has no expectation will be answered.
Can Kate find the guiding light to solve the case before her personal crisis threatens national security?
The Perfect Spy is the thrilling first book in the An Untapped Source romantic suspense series. If you like undeniable chemistry, page-turning tension, and Christian values in action, then you’ll love Amy Martinsen’s fast-paced novel.
This author has two more interesting bargains that I have not read. After the first chapter in one of them I’m hooked. I need to know what happens next!
The Secret Obituary Writer: A Clean Small Town Romantic Comedy
She’s the biggest secret in town.
Lizzy’s secret job is to write obituaries that tell the truth.
She loves it. The town loves it. No one wants this messed up.
But the details of a mysterious death may expose her identity and ruin everything.
Jackson’s a handsome detective who can help.
He also has dimples . . . and a few secrets of his own.
Can their budding attraction survive?
Will Lizzy’s job remain hush-hush?
The Secret Obituary Writer is a laugh-out-loud, heart-warming romance that feels good to the very last page!
The Secret Obituary Writer: Book Two – A Clean Small Town Romantic Comedy
Secrets are hard to keep in a small town.
Lizzy’s the biggest secret in town and everyone loves it.
But when a threatening note demands Lizzy’s identity, she and her detective boyfriend, Jackson, must take drastic steps to keep Lizzy safe.
And when the threats escalate, they must ask the hard question: is this the end of the secret obituaries?
The Secret Obituary: Book Two is a fun read full of plot-twists, with a HEA you don’t want to miss!
Lately I’ve been happy with the relative scarcity of new books, it’s a good thing to slow things down a bit for my growing pile. Sometimes the excitement of new books will override every speck of whatever good intentions there are available.
Books that cause excitement are the best.