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LICENSE TO LOVE: An Agent Ex Novel from Gina Robinson
Rock Powers is one of the most successful magicians in Vegas for a reason—he creates illusions too spectacular to believe. But his former assistant, gorgeous Lani Silkwater, pulled off the greatest trick of all: disappearing into thin air the day after they were married. Two years later, Rock can’t resist a clue to Lani’s whereabouts—or the outlandish plan Lani and her mysterious boss propose, if it means a chance to win her back for good...
Working as a magician’s assistant was one of Lani’s strangest undercover assignments, but she never imagined it would be so dangerous—to her heart. Leaving Rock was the right thing for both of them, but with a terrorist group closing in on Vegas, Rock’s talent with sleight of hand is imperative. To save them both, Lani must reveal secrets she’s kept for years, and one of them is how much she loves the sexy magician who stole her heart…
Praise for Gina Robinson’s
Diamonds Are Truly Forever
“A fast paced and exciting thriller. Jam packed with funny dialogue and hot sex, Staci and Drew couldn't be more different and yet so alike. Secrets, dead bodies and pure good luck follow Staci wherever she goes. The characters are funny, loveable, and extremely clever with all their anecdotes. There's never a dull moment…[this] is one book you definitely will NOT lose interest in; instead you will be unable to put the book
down. Excellent and innovative read!"--Fresh Fiction
Live and Let Love
"Secret agents, mysterious identities and a love that just won’t die make for a sweet, clever escape from reality."
- Kirkus Reviews
THE SPY WHO LEFT ME
“This first Agent Ex novel is good, old-fashioned fun. Full of laughter, intrigue, and, of course, steamy spies, it’s a great weekend escape. Robinson knows how to balance a book with lighthearted romps and serious romance.” —RT Book Reviews
“At times laugh-out-loud funny, Robinson's foray into the world of James Bond has its poignant side, assuring that readers will be back for more.”—Booklist