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Re Release Blitz: LOVE ANOTHER DAY by Gina Robinson

 

 

Title: Love Another Day
Series: Agent Ex #5
Author: Gina Robinson
Genre: Humorous Romantic Suspense
Release Date: October 22, 2017

 

Blurb
Secrets,
suspense, intrigue, and seduction. Play the spy game with Gina Robinson, queen
of the sexy spy novel. Gina thrills readers with her hot secret agents—and the
women who can’t resist them. Let her take you to England for a dangerous
foreign affair of the heart.
SPYING IS A
DANGEROUS GAME
And one CIA
agent Tate Cox prefers to play alone. His mission to seduce a beautiful RIOT
agent for valuable technology sounds perfect. Until he’s ordered to bring his
ex-wife Malene along as his assistant. Travelling undercover with Mal is an
especially disastrous idea. But not even super spy Tate can go against Agency
orders. Flirting with the enemy is his job—but falling for his hot,
high-spirited ex all over again is a dangerous complication he didn’t
anticipate…  
AND SO IS
LOVE
After
working at CIA headquarters in charge of cover stories, disguises, and
logistics for years, Mal wants to get into the field on her own mission. Posing
as “Professor” Tate Cox’s graduate student girlfriend at the Cheltenham
Festival of Science is definitely not what she had in mind. Yet when gorgeous
Tate turns on the charm, Mal can’t help wondering if she let the real thing go
much too soon… 
**This is
the 5th book in the Agent Ex series of romantic suspense. It is a standalone
novel and can be read without reading the others.
Purchase Links
AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU
Excerpt
“I thought we were supposed to blend in and not draw
attention to ourselves. What about a six-foot-three woman who’s a man in drag
won’t draw attention?” 

“RIOT
won’t be looking for three women traveling together. A man in our company is a
dead giveaway.” 

There
was a certain warped logic to the plan, but Tate still didn’t like it. “You’ve
always told me the best covers are those closest to your true self. I’m not
woman material.” 
“Channel
your inner female side and you’ll do fine. It’s time to roll. Do you think you
can walk like a woman, Tate?    
“Not like that.” Mal stopped with her hand on the doorknob
and gave Tate a look meant to upbraid. “You’re sashaying and swaying your hips
too much. Remember the cover story—you’re an athletic woman. One who walks a
lot like a guy. We’re keeping it simple and playing to our strengths.”
“I’ll say it again—playing a girl is not my strength.” Tate
was staring at her like he really did want to kill her. Or kiss her. Either way
it was a little disconcerting having another woman, a crazily sexy woman, look
at her like that and have her body react.
“Your voice! I almost forgot. Feeling rushed is messing with
my mojo.”
Tate shrugged. “That’s field work for you. Get used to it.”
“Stop talking like that.”
“I’m telling it like it is.”
“No, I mean in that masculine tone of voice.” Mal took a
deep breath and fished the duffle out of the dustbin. When she turned it upside
down, she came up empty.
“What are you looking for?” Tate asked.
“Sir Herbert promised to send a voice modulator for you.
Husky female voices are one thing. Bass voices another. It will give you, and
by association, us, away.” She shook the bag out. Nothing. “It’s not here.
You’re going to have to wing it.” She stuffed the duffel back into the bin.
He pitched his voice into a grating falsetto. “This is the
best I can do.”
She frowned and pointed her finger at him. “Don’t mock me.
Don’t you dare. I can make you a real soprano with no trouble at all.”
“Good luck with that.” He gave her a smug grin. “My boys are
tucked safely away in this crotch-control garment you gave me.”
“Look, just make your voice slightly higher. And softer. With a touch of hoarseness thrown in.”
She demonstrated as she was speaking. “Mix up your word choice to have a more
feminine pattern.”
“Like this?” Tate said.
Damn, he affected a sensual, throaty voice, just like the
kind of low, slightly feminine tone men claimed drove them crazy. Mal was going
to have to face facts—Tate was almost as hot as a woman as he was as a man.

 

Author Bio
Gina Robinson is the bestselling and award-winning author of
the new Jet City Kilt series, the popular Billionaire Matchmaker, Switched at
Marriage and Billionaire Duke romantic comedy series, featuring a billionaire in
business with a matchmaker, a billionaire in a surprising marriage of
convenience, and a billionaire who inherits a British dukedom, the Reckless and
Rushed contemporary new adult romance series, and the Agent Ex series of
humorous romantic suspense novels. Her books have delighted readers and
received praise in Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Romantic
Times Book Reviews.
She writes romance and women’s fiction across a wide variety
of subgenres—new adult, contemporary, historical, romantic suspense and romantic
comedy.
Her love stories are infused with a happy blend of romance,
adventure, a bit of mystery, and humor. Readers are drawn to the light touch
she gives even serious topics and the fast, fun, easy-to-read pace of her
books. From college campus to Seattle to Las Vegas to England, her settings
become almost characters of their own, driving the story.
She believes in the power of true love and passion, and that
every great romance should have a happily-ever-after.
Author Links
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