Smarmy Douche Canoe swiveled toward her and leaned in as she set her drink down.
“You know, sweetheart, if you’re new in town, I can show you around.” The stale alcohol on his breath made her nose wrinkle as she tilted away from him. “I can show you a really good time.”
The muscles in her face twitched while indignation flared hot in her chest. It was all she could do not to slap the smug bastard’s mug with such force his knocked out teeth would shoot across the room and embed in the wall.
She gulped down more Coke and glanced into the mirror. Bondarenko’s table remained empty. “No, thanks. I have my boyfriend for that.”
“I bet your boyfriend can’t show you as good a time as I can.”
So help me, if he touches me I’m gonna break his arm.
Shelve under: Travel, Romance, Art Theft, Hostages.
Librarian and CIA agent-in-training Quinn Ellington and her handsome spy boyfriend James “Bond” Anderson find themselves in the middle of an international incident when the Indian ambassador is kidnapped from a Library of Congress event. The key to saving the ambassador is tangled up with a long-lost sacred library, a desecrated temple, and some very modern machinations. At least their cover as blissful newlyweds isn’t too hard to pull off . . .
“Do not miss out on this fun-filled ride.”
—RT Book Reviews on The Librarian and the Spy