Live and Let Love: An Agent Ex Novel

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Macmillan, Dec 24, 2012 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Live and Let Love

Gina Robinson

Though Willow Pierce has moved forward since her husband died two years ago, she can't ignore her sixth sense that Jack is alive.When newcomer Con Russo comes to town, Willow is convinced he's Jack. She'd never forget his eyes. Willow is determined to learn the truth about Con's identity--even if it means brazenly seducing him.

Secret agent Jack Pierce was almost killed in an explosion that left him severely disfigured. Thanks to reconstructive surgery, he has a new face and a new life. But when the terrorist who tried to assassinate him suspects he's still alive, Jack's forced to go undercover--and destroy him for good. But before he can complete his mission, he must protect the only woman he's ever loved...


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Review: Live and Let Love (Agent Ex #3)

User Review  - Christi Snow - Goodreads

My Review: You have to go into this series with simply a fun perspective on them. The books are a little silly, a little tongue in cheek, but they are wholly fun and entertaining for a light spy ... Read full review

Review: Live and Let Love (Agent Ex #3)

User Review  - Guilty Pleasures - Goodreads

Shey's review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews 4.5 Stars If you are looking for a fun and sexy contemporary romance with HOT spies and to die for assassins then look no further than this series ... Read full review

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Gina Robinson has always been a storyteller--just ask her parents. An avid book lover, she grew up reading romance, mysteries, and suspense novels but, somehow, ended up majoring in Electrical Engineering. After marrying her college sweetheart, she began to write--software--for several large defense contractors. Eventually Gina gave up the glamorous engineering life for the equally glamorous life of a stay-at-home mom, somehow finding time to write manuscripts about villains with guns, handsome strangers, and mail-order brides. Her published novels, Diamonds Are Truly Forever, Spy Candy, Spy Games, and The Spy Who Left Me, received rave reviews, establishing Gina Robinson as one of today's most exciting new authors of romantic suspense.

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