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4.5 stars Romantic Times Top Pick
(100,000 words)

Having a top spy for a father has its benefits--Grace O'Connor can out-think and outsmart most people--and its downside--her secret must remain one. But that had never stopped her from getting into trouble. That is, after all, the nickname her father gave her.

Taking an intern job at GNE for the summer at DC, she soon finds out the agency for which she works provides more than translation services. GNE sends out "recorders" to events of interest for the purpose of gathering and selling information. It doesn't take long before Grace is involved in the middle of a chase for an important list of corrupt politicians. Or maybe there's more to that because every spy agency seems to be after it too, including the arrogant and sexy Lance Mercy.

Mercy, top COS commando, has been brought in to 1) extract a Chinese dissident with information about some weaponry stolen from the US and 2) catch the mole among them. Everything seems to be running smoothly until the appearance of that confounding woman who might or might not be an enemy. He has never met someone quite like Grace O'Connor--seemingly too young, incredibly sexy, and absolutely up-to-neck in the thick of this crazy business.

Nuns on the run, odd Chinese words, double agents, dangerous daddy, non-aligned ghosts, three grains of rice, plus an assortment of spy games--falling in love would just be tempting trouble.

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Tempting Trouble
November 5th, 2014
I've read probably all of Gennita Low's books. And I really liked them. Her characters are always exciting and fun to read. I think that ''Trouble'' is my fave female so far. She and Lance were a lot of fun to read...having said that I have to add that the book didn't make a lot of sense to me. I also can't figure out why Gennita Low wrote ''vertually Her's and Vertually His and left everyone hanging at the end of the book. Instead of writing the last ''Vertually'' book which would be the conclusion of the first two, she backed up . For anyone that follows her books will know what I'm talking about and if they have an answer to it email me at I'd love to know the answer.!!
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