[PDF] Download ✓ Spy by Night | by ☆ Jordan McCollum

By Jordan McCollum | Comments: ( 712 ) | Date: ( Jan 29, 2020 )

After watching her parents marriage crash and burn, CIA operative Talia Reynolds doesn t believe in happily ever afters Besides, her job entails eighty hour weeks, juggling a dozen covers and disguises, and tracking down a dangerous Russian spy ring She hardly has time for romantic entanglements, even if she could let her guard down enough to get close to anyone ButAfter watching her parents marriage crash and burn, CIA operative Talia Reynolds doesn t believe in happily ever afters Besides, her job entails eighty hour weeks, juggling a dozen covers and disguises, and tracking down a dangerous Russian spy ring She hardly has time for romantic entanglements, even if she could let her guard down enough to get close to anyone But all the rules she lives by could be broken when she meets aerospace engineer Danny Fluker.Danny moved to Canada for a great job and a chance to start over after a bad breakup Dating definitely isn t in his plans until beautiful and enigmatic Talia throws a perfect storm right in his flight path When he catches a glimpse of the real woman behind her facade, he has to get to know her better.Talia has to find a Russian spymaster before he figures out she s not who she claims, and failing to keep her two lives separate in the process could mean the death of than just her budding relationship Danny has to decide if a future with Talia and facing the past is worth the risk of getting hurt again If they can break through the barriers keeping them apart and avoid a major international catastrophe , they might have a chance at being happy together.


  • Title: Spy by Night
  • Author: Jordan McCollum
  • ISBN: 9781940096131
  • Page: 390
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

Jordan McCollum

An award winning author, Jordan McCollum can t resist a story where good defeats evil and true love conquers all In her day job, she coerces people to do things they don t want to, elicits information and generally manipulates the people she loves most she s a mom Jordan holds a degree in American Studies and Linguistics from Brigham Young University When she catches a spare minute, her hobbies include reading, knitting and music She lives with her husband and four children in Utah.



Comments Spy by Night

  • Kathy

    enjoyedcharacters are LDS but there is no preaching just mentions things like missions and attending a ward meeting on Sundaysean some editing errors


  • Ranee Clark

    Audience: Adult (Clean)Genre: Romantic ThrillerLength: 331 pgsRating: 5 (I really loved it!)Review: I am SO a fan of these books. I remember reading the first one, a year ago, right after I moved to Alaska. I'd lucked upon getting a review copy and I DEVOURED it. Fast forward a few months and I've read Every. Single. Book. in this series. This was lived up to all of them. I love Talia's voice, and I loved finally getting into Danny's head too! It's weird going back in time with Talia and back to [...]


  • Nisa

    I have enjoyed all of Jordan McCollum's spy novels from the puns in the titles to the very last sentence. They are easy reads with interesting, dynamic characters. Authentic family dynamics, suspense and squeaky clean content equal perfect afternoon entertainment.


  • Patricia

    I have mixed views about this book. First, my warning. This series has evolved. I think I purchased the first book (Book 1) when it was the author's first book and others have come out since, not necessarily in story/chronological order. HOWEVER, about half of those books are PREQUELS. READ THIS SERIES IN ORDER. Otherwise, the books are anticlimactic and depressing. Or at least they have been to me. This book is a prequel about how Danny and Talia became acquainted. At a minimum, it needs to be [...]


  • Shauna

    I love all things spy and espionage so of course I LOVE this series!It gives you suspense and romance and drama and humor all in the right proportions!This book veers a little from the normal spy book and gives you more of an in-depth look into the personal life of the spy while they are still trying to stake-out the bad guys.It lets you see the balancing act a spy must walk at all times in trying to be honest, yet not let out any secrets that might ultimately hurt themselves or the one they are [...]


  • JoLyn Brown

    I've always loved Talia's witty voice and all the fun of Jordan's Canadian spy world, and this book didn't disappoint.It also gives a different view of Tali's life than what we've seen before, with glimpses of how her LDS ward perceives her and revealing details about her family life that added a depth to Talia that I appreciated. I really enjoyed the addition of Danny's perspective and it was fun to finally see how the two of them met and hit it off. If anything this book make me even more exci [...]


  • T.K.

    I liked this so much that I'm very tempted to give it 5 stars. This so enriches the characters of both Danny and Talia, that I really wish I'd read it between the novels. Ms. McCollum does such a wonderful job with the Danny POV; he feels completely realistic, and it's nice being in his bumbling, genius head. So why only 4 stars? The editing errors are really distracting; there are extra words everywhere and plenty of oddly hyphenated words no where near the edge of the page (like sud-denly). Ms [...]


  • Robyn

    This is our first glance at the two main characters of this series. It is a his version, her version take on when they met and first started dating. I liked the back and forth. I loved that she is a nervous wreck and yet she always came off cool and together to him, and yet she could see exactly what he was feelings despite what he may have said or done. Talia is a great female lead. No language, no sex, some violence.


  • Mandi Ellsworth

    To tell the truth, I skimmed a lot of the spying chapters. I wanted to get to the romance, and didn't feel there was enough of that going on. Perhaps it was just my mood at the time. I also wasn't crazy about the way the end was left. I understand why it was, and it was true to the characters, but I wanted more. This is a fun read, but probably not one I'll read a second time.


  • Elaine

    I really enjoyed this book. The book goes back and forth between the main characters but is written such that the plot continues and not that the scenes are reviewed from each character's point of view.


  • Chrissy

    This was a cute, clean read. I thought the suspense part could have been beefed up. It really wasn't very suspenseful and I thought it would be because it was about spies, and all that. I thought the love story was cute and believable. The love story was the best part of the book, as always ;).


  • Andrea

    I really liked this book. It was fun to read about how Talia and Danny got together. And Talia's top secret job kept everything very interesting.


  • Julie

    Loved this book! Just the right mix of romance and intrigue. A great addition to her spy series.


  • Melissa

    I really enjoy Jordan's writing. She is spunky and entertaining and just fun. I enjoyed the wit and banter in this book. It was engaging and intelligent and I liked it.


  • Lucinda

    2014 Whitney Awards Finalist for the Romance category.


  • Nicole

    Was a good read & got me hooked to look into other books by Jordan McCollum.


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