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Love Another Day (Agent Ex #5)

3.72  ·  Rating details ·  68 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Secrets, suspense, seduction—they're all part of the spy game, and nobody does it better than Gina Robinson. Follow her to England for a foreign affair of the sexiest kind, in Love Another Day...

Love Is a Dangerous Game

CIA agent Tate Cox works alone. Everyone knows that. And when the object of his mission is to seduce a pretty RIOT agent for valuable technology, bringing h
ebook, 320 pages
Published February 25th 2014 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
I was not a fan of Tate. He was arrogant and narcissistic and clueless about how much he hurt Malene. Pretty much my least favorite kind of man and hero. But I loved Malene, and the spy action and romance was well-done. Not my favorite in the series, but still pretty good.

Overall rating: 3.5/5.0 stars.

Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine in the March 2014 issue:

I do endorse the Agent Ex series for readers who like spy romance.
Hannah Trusty
It was an okay book. A romance novel wrapped in a spy novel aimed at middle aged women. It was fun enough and the writing was fine, except the author named her antagonist Archibald Random so I had to knock off a star for that alone.
Feb 28, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Booklist review:

Espionage is a game of misdirection and trusting no one. At least that’s how it seems to Mal Cox, former wife of CIA agent Tate, in Robinson’s (Live and Let Love, 2012) fifth Agent Ex novel. When an enemy agent wants to defect, Tate and Mal become a team since the agent, Sophia, looks so much like Mal. Fortunately, Mal is the CIA’s expert on creating convincing covers, so they decide that since Sophia is attending a science festival in Cheltenham, England, Tate, who also owns an
Karen L
I love watching spy movies so I was very happy I could review this tale that has spies in it. The book grabbed my attention during the first few chapters; however, I lost interest in reading the book around the half-way point of the tale due to not caring for the main characters, lack of suspense, and boring romance scenes.

First, the main characters themselves. You have a playboy spy and his ex-wife who is also a spy. It started out fine but they soon became stock-characters that you find in spy
I really enjoy my spy novels. They're mostly predictable and cliche but they always have a crazy twist that makes me laugh. Plus add the sexy spies and the exotic locations, what's not to love. We all need an escapade once in a while. I truly loved Mel. She was head strong and hard working and luckily was not so opposed to a reconciliation with Tate, which shows that even though she is level headed she is not going to be blinded by what she wants and what would truly make her happy. Tate was pre ...more
Aimee Frizzell
Feb 26, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This really should be a 4 and 3/4th star.

I love this whole series, it was funny, witty, sexy and daring. My only beef that I have is that I feel like there's no real closure to the series, maybe that was intentional I don't know. I would like to see RIOT be taken down somehow and with the bomb that was dropped at the end about Emmit... Good grief! Talk about a blindside! Which is why I couldn't do an out right full 5 stars. I hate being left hanging with major revelations at the end. Maybe we c
Kathy Bryson
Mar 26, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the story of From Russia with Love from the woman’s point of view. And not the femme fatale’s – the ex-wife’s!

Bond may have not have had an ex, but Tate does and she’s not happy about playing 2nd fiddle to all the beautiful women he comes across in his spy work. Being assigned to his mission a Mal a chance for revenge from dressing him in horrible clothing to flirting with the other spies.

But the best revenge of all is being able to still back her man while thwarting the bad guys! Act
The storyline was good. However the romance between Tate and Mal was rushed.
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Gina Robinson was born in Baltimore, Maryland but grew up in the Pacific Northwest and considers herself a native of Washington State. Since her debut novel was published, her books have delighted readers and received positive reviews in Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Romantic Times Book Reviews.

As a voracious reader herself and fan of all types of romantic stories, she writes romance and women'
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Agent Ex (5 books)
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