The Spy Who Left Me

The Spy Who Left Me

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Baker & Taylor
Encountering her soon-to-be-ex husband, a world-class spy, while vacationing in Hawaii, Treeflee Miller, to keep his cover from getting blown, agrees to act the part of his loving wife, which brings them closer together while their enemies try to drive them apart--forever. Original.

McMillan Palgrave

If there's one thing that can ruin a vacation, it's running into your ex. Just ask Treflee Miller. If she'd only known that her husband Ty would be here in Hawaii—muscular, sun-bronzed, and infuriatingly gorgeous—she would have brought the divorce papers for him to sign. But life is full of surprises when you're married to a world-class spy…

Ty Miller can understand why his wife is tired of playing Mrs. James Bond. He's never home, he's always on a mission, and he's usually surrounded by exotic informants. He has to admit that the perfect spy makes a pretty lousy husband. But for the sake of Ty's security and Treflee's safety, they can't blow his cover. Not here. Not now. Not when his longing is so strong, her lips so tempting—and his enemies so close…

Publisher: New York : St Martin's Press, 2011
ISBN: 9780312542399
Branch Call Number: ROM Robinson, G 100.1 2011
Characteristics: 339 pages ; 18 cm


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marilynnebooks Feb 12, 2013

Fun read, action packed romantic adventure. Main characters of husband spy and cheeky wife make for a comical interesting book.

lindakettle Jan 24, 2012

In this book, the husband is an adrenaline junkie U.S. spy, and the wife a risk-averse sweetheart. After filing for divorce, the wife's cousin drags her away for a Hawaiian holiday where *surprise* she runs into her soon-to-be-ex husband on a job. She soon becomes involved in the caper, and fun times ensue.

This book was different for me in that the husband and wife reconcile. It appears this author has other books of this nature in print (but not at RHPL). The action is realistic and inventive. However, the plot was a little too convoluted (or the exposition of same had a tagged-on quality), and the names of characters cartoonish (i.e. evil woman "Mrs. Ho", evil gang "Fuk Wong").

In spite of the eye rolling plot exposition, overall this book was charming and I am seeking her other publications to read.


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