Review - Spies Never Quit by M Taylor Christensen

By Carmen, 17 September 2021
My Copy of the Book

Genre: Mystery, Suspense, Crime

Year Published: 2021


If the only way to save her mother is to act like a spy, Mari can act like a spy.


After her mother is abducted, Mari Sandoval breaks into her mother’s research lab in an ill-advised attempt to appease the kidnappers. Fortunately she’s thwarted by two spunky sorority girls who offer her a better way to save her mother—become a spy.

In the fast-paced world of undercover agents—where fabulous new clothes, high-tech gadgets, and flirting for secrets are the norm—Mari’s inexperience could ruin everything.

Will she be able to master the art of espionage in time to rescue her mother from the clutches of a maniac? Or will her undercover mission doom them both to imprisonment?

About the Author:

Myles Christensen writes cozy suspense with sweet romance under the pen name M. Taylor Christensen.

He loves to write exciting adventures because he loves to read exciting adventures. The hopeless romantic in him will usually sprinkle a teensy bit of romance into his stories. While writing, he listens to music that matches—and sometimes inspires—the storyline.

His mild-mannered alter ego is a product development engineer, university professor, and game inventor. He lives in Utah with his wife and children.

Connect with the Author:

Facebook: M. Taylor Christensen Facebook

Twitter: M. Taylor Christensen Twitter

Author Website: M. Taylor Christensen Author Website

Buy the Book:

Amazon: Amazon Purchase Link

My Take on the Book:

Out of all the characters, the one who I enjoyed the most was one of the minor characters: Anna – she seemed to have a bright and happy disposition.

For those who enjoy fairly light mystery/suspense with crime books, try picking this book up. I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Last Word:

Since this is the first book I’ve read by this particular author, and quite enjoyed it – I’ll definitely be picking up more books of his in the future.