The Blood Code
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The Blood Code (A Super Agent Novel) by Misty Evans
Fifteen years ago, Anya Radzoya fled Russia with her grandmother after the suspicious deaths of her parents, but she can't escape the royal genes that make her one of Russia's last living princesses. When President Ivanov blackmails her into returning to Moscow to be his future wife in exchange for her grandmother's life, Anya discovers he's planning to unleash a nuclear war. With no one else to turn to, she join forces with sexy CIA operative Ryan Smith.
Undercover at the nuclear summit, Ryan is happy to recruit Anya to find proof Ivanov is resurrecting the Cold War, but he suspects his new asset is a double agent. Anya is determined to rescue her grandmother with or without his help, however, and Ryan finds himself falling for the tempting princess before he trusts her. He refuses to let her go it alone, even if it means risking his own critical mission.
Trapped inside the Kremlin with a cunning and ruthless opponent, the two must risk their lives and their hearts to save Anya's grandmother, as well as millions of innocent people.
Wow, another one to add to my “lose sleep over” list! If you can’t handle nail biting suspense and driving yourself nuts by not being able to put it down and do normal things like house work (bleh) then you can’t handle this book. So worth the dirty house I acquired while reading. Kids need to eat? Throw some cookies in their direction and keep reading! I will neither confirm nor deny I did that. This book will hold your attention like a train wreck unfolding before your eyes. The author throws out the teaser hints to secrets that keep you hanging on just to know why it’s all happening. The action keeps up but not overwhelmingly where you can’t keep it all straight. I felt I WAS Anya, grossed out by the Russian President’s advances! You can’t help but fall in love with Ryan, an honest and loyal heartthrob. Aren’t spies always intriguing and handsome? Don’t take my word for it – read the book and get hooked yourself! HIGHLY recommended. No really, I dare you to read it and NOT get involved. Just don’t blame your undone housework and hungry kids on me.
received this book for an honest review, I was in no way influenced.