ARC REVIEW: A Covert Affair by Susan Mann

Susan Mann-A Covert Affair

3 Stars Rating

 

Book Details

A Covert Affair by Susan Mann
Series: Librarian and the Spy Escapades #2
Published: August 29, 2017 by Zebra Shout
Genre: Suspense Romance

A CIA librarian and her handsome spy boyfriend find themselves in the middle of an international incident when the Indian ambassador is kidnapped from a Library of Congress event.
Agent-in-training Quinn Ellington and James Bond Anderson travel to India, where the key to saving the ambassador is tangled up with a long-lost sacred library, a desecrated temple, and some very modern machinations. At least their cover as blissful newlyweds isn t too hard to pull off.

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My Review

A nice follow up to The Librarian and the Spy and it was fun to be back with Quinn and James. Punjab’s history might have been sad but I really enjoyed reading about it. I love when author’s take real life historical events and use them in their plots.

“What’s a librarian doing with a gun?”
“I make sure people pay their overdue fines.”

Once again this book is only from Quinn’s POV. Not terrible, but I hoped we would learn more about James and his history. Quinn was as fun as the first time around and I found myself laughing at some of her comments and her constant confidence in herself. This woman is rocking it for librarians all over. James got a bit overprotective but he also never doubted Quinn’s strengths and her ability to take care of herself. Just a small thing: I did enjoy the romance, but there was pretty much no tension between James and Quinn. On one hand that’s not a bad thing, but on the other, it also made it feel more like a regular adventure/spy novel instead of a romance.

3 stars – it was good

ARC provided by NetGalley for honest review
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