It’s the day a significant proportion of the population dreads, a day they are reminded of everything they don’t have, a day that lives in infamy. You may know it as “Valentine’s Day,” but if you’re unattached, a better name might be… Singles Awareness Day.
On the other hand, there are worse fates than being alone, even on Valentine’s Day. For example, a totally hot guy you can’t seem to get away from, pursuing you when you’re really not interested—and he can’t take a hint. CIA operative Talia Reynolds doesn’t do romance, but her new coworker doesn’t care.
Canada’s the last place you’d expect to find an American spy, but CIA operative Talia Reynolds has problems piling up higher than a Canadian snowbank. When Elliott Monteith, her ridiculously handsome new coworker, shows up (and shows her up), Talia decides it’s game on. She’ll be the first to track down a dangerous counter-spy, and she’ll give Elliott an unforgettable souvenir of his time in Ottawa: some humble pie.
Her plans don’t work as well as she expects, though. Elliott’s over-the-top flirting dredges up too many painful memories for Talia and undermines the confidence she’s worked hard to regain. To do her job and keep her integrity intact, she’ll have to keep her personal feelings at bay. Now Talia must find a way to work alongside Elliott—and maybe even trust him—to outsmart the enemy.
Title: Spy Noon (prequel; novella)
Author: Jordan McCollum
Publisher: Durham Crest Books
Release Date: February 3, 2014
Formats: 80 pages, e-book
Genre: Suspense; Romantic Suspense