SecretAgentSeduction_cvr

Harlequin/Kimani

Release Date: September 2008

ISBN 10: 037386082X

ISBN 13: 978-0373860821

Read Excerpt
Purchase from Amazon
Purchase from Barnes & Noble
Purchase Autographed Copy

Secret Agent Seduction

Guarding her heart will test her to the limits…

Born to a life of intrigue and adventure, beautiful Secret Service agent Lia Charles has never met a challenge she can’t overcome. That is, until she receives her latest assignment—rescue the brilliant, boldly charismatic and bona fide hottie Armand Magliore, a revolutionary leader of a war-ravaged Caribbean republic. Lia will need all of her special-ops training and professional objectivity to get Armand to safety, and to keep their relationship from heating up. Even so, it isn’t long before she discovers that extracting the handsome revolutionary from the dark, treacherous jungles will be the easy part. Guarding her heart from a darkly handsome rebel will test her to her limits.

REVIEW

Maureen Smith’s Secret Agent Seduction (4.5) is an outstanding story. The characters’ pain and excitement, as well
as the adrenaline-pumping action, will leave you on the edge of your seat. The love scenes are hot, and you can feel the hero’s deep passion for his cause. To save his country from a tyrant, Armand Magliore agrees to testify against him. Secret Service agent Lia Charles must get Magliore out of his country and keep him safe. She doesn’t count on succumbing to her feelings for him. Magliore cannot believe that the woman who’s haunted his dreams for years is before him. His mission now is not only to save his country but also to make sure that Lia is a part of his life. 

—Debbie R. SimsRomantic Times Magazine

HIGHLIGHTS

2010 Emma Award Winner for Best Romantic Suspense

Romantic Times Magazine Reviewers’ Choice Award Nominee for Best Series Romance

Romantic Times Magazine Top Pick

One of three books chosen to launch Kimani Press’s “Romance on the Run” series

DID YOU KNOW?

The war-torn, fictional island of Muwaiti is loosely based upon Haiti. Long live the resilient people and culture of that great nation!