I, Spy by Jordan McCollum

April 27, 2013 | 2 Comments
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I, Spy by Jordan McCollumI, Spy
Author: Jordan McCollum
Series: Spy Another Day #1
Genres: Suspense/Thriller
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 312
Date: April 27, 2013
Publisher: Durham Crest Books

Canada is probably the last place you’d expect to find an American spy. But even idyllic Ottawa has its deadly secrets—and so does CIA operative Talia Reynolds. She can climb through ventilation shafts, blend in at the occasional diplomatic function, even scale buildings (small ones). But there’s one thing she can’t do: tell her aerospace engineer boyfriend Danny about her Top Secret occupation.

It worked for a year, keeping Danny in the dark, keeping him away from danger, keeping her secrets. And then Talia finally catches a hot case: Fyodor Timofeyev. Russian. Aerospace executive. Possible spy?

She can make this work, too—until Danny needs her at the same time her country does. And when Fyodor targets Danny? Suddenly her schedule isn’t the only thing suffering. Now to save her secrets and her country, Talia must sacrifice the man she loves.

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About Jordan McCollum

An award-winning author, Jordan McCollum can’t resist a story where good defeats evil and true love conquers all. In her day job, she coerces people to do things they don’t want to, elicits information and generally manipulates the people she loves most—she’s a mom.


2 responses to “I, Spy by Jordan McCollum

  1. This book is SO. SO. SO. GOOD!
    It keeps you turning the pages as it twists and turns in the plot.

    Set in Canada, Talia is this amazing CIA operative!
    She must be one of the boys…
    Date one of the bad guy….
    Climb through ventilation shafts…
    Protect her partner…
    Put her feelings aside…
    Keep secrets from those she loves…
    Sacrifice the man she loves…

    And she willingly does it all to serve her country and protect its citizens!

    An AMAZING book!
    A DEFINITE MUST READ!

  2. Gayle Humpherys

    A fun spy story! Lots of spy stuff, humor and some romance too. I sympathized with the main character who couldn’t tell her boyfriend about her “real” job and why she was always late or canceling on him. I liked the LDS aspect of the story too. Looking forward to the next one!

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