Cecilia and I read a lot of Romantic Suspense. We enjoy the great majority but a few distinguish themselves and make us reach out to the authors for interesting and fun exchanges. That was the case with Misty's Operation Sheba.
In 2012, while browsing Amazon to figure out the whole category placement for Countermeasure and how/where it would fit best as it’s truly a cross genre novel/series, we came across a story that was intriguing and to some degree reminded us of our own story. We immediately downloaded Operation Sheba and devoured the book in a short time.
Cecilia and I enjoyed the story so much, I sent Misty an email about our reading experience. Since then, we’ve developed a friendship through our writing, a fellowship of sorts, and when the news of the re-release came out, we knew we had to be a part of it.
The book is being re-released today with a new cover, new editing and bonus material which means we will be re-reading it again.
For those not yet familiar with the story, keep reading for the blurb and excerpt. Don’t forget to enter the contest as well!
For fans of Homeland and Covert Affairs!
***#1 Romantic Suspense, #2 Romance, #3 Bestseller in Kindle Store in 2010!
***1st Place Winner of the New England Readers Choice Award for Best Romantic Suspense!
First in the award-winning romantic suspense Super Agent series by USA TODAY bestselling author Misty Evans.
We are making it official! Take Me is here and it brought a giveaway and lots of fun activities to the Countermeasure Series Facebook Page.
With his wife away on business, Trevor is spending his St. Patrick’s Day alone. Or so he assumes.
Cassandra can’t wait to surprise her husband after a long week away from home. But when she arrives, it appears Trevor is not there. Will her early return be a waste?
You loved Trevor and Cassandra in the Countermeasure Series books. Peek in for a glimpse of how married life is treating them. This Bit is sure to have you looking at your dining room table differently.
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I drew a big blank today. Not while writing, but while talking to my mother. You see, I’ve lived in Canada for over 15 years and interact in English via written or spoken form daily, for an average of eighteen hours every day. As much as my mother and I are in constant contact, the number of hours we actually talk each month pales in comparison to the time I spend with Cecilia on the phone every single day. As strange as it may sound, the constant contact piece is what led to my blank today which in turn has a connection to my writing habits. It’s a long winding road, but I’ll get there. Bear with me.