Review - Spies Never Lose by M. Taylor Christensen

By Carmen, 28 December 2022
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Year Published: 2022

Genre: Mystery, Crime, Suspense


Hannah’s new husband is going to drive her absolutely crazy.

Never having been married before, Hannah McCarthy doesn’t know if what she’s feeling is normal. Even though she has to pretend to be madly in love with her fake husband, she really just wants to wring his neck. But her annoyance and frustration would all be worth it if it means putting a stop to the illegal international adoptions they’ve discovered.

Can Hannah and her fellow agent set aside their differences and work together to track down the mastermind of the adoption operation? And, perhaps more importantly, is Hannah willing to let her incredibly condescending yet aggravatingly adorable pretend-husband actually get his way?

If you enjoy kick-butt spy-girls and enemies-to-lovers, you’ll love Spies Never Lose. This stand-alone novel is the third book in the Banana Girls series. As always, the romance is sweet and the suspense is cozy.

About the Author:

Myles Christensen writes cozy thriller/suspense 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:

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Author Website: M. Taylor Christensen Author Website

Buy the Book:

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My Take on the Book:

It was nice to read another book in this series. This book had a little less action in it, though it was still enjoyable.

I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Last Word:

I’ll definitely be reading more of this author’s books in the future.