Genres: Paranormal Romance, Romantic
Pages: 95 pages
Sexual Content: sex scenes
Reviewed by: Kristina
John Loughlin, the Director of the Department of Covert Ops, is in New York City on a recruiting mission. He’s been tracking and evaluating one shifter in particular for some time. Cree Forest is a clever fox shifter—and very foxy. Cree is a translator for the UN and John is keen to recruit her brilliant mind and persuasive skills to join the DCO.
But Cree isn’t what she seems. Just as John has been watching her, Cree has been spying on him. She is working with a rogue shifter and John is getting too close—professionally and personally! On opposite sides professionally, can they trust each other with their hearts?
Why the low rating for HER SECRET AGENT? Well, there just wasn't enough story and what was there was either confusing because I didn't remember much from HER LONE WOLF (book 2 in the series), or was just not compelling enough for me to be really invested in what was happening. It was also the complete lack of reference for just who John was and if he was actually in the novel I read a year ago that had me frustrated and confused about what was going on.
Granted the small glimpse into this world with the novella was a pretty good introduction into what the whole series is about. HER SECRET AGENT is an interesting game of cat and mouse that eventually leads to some fun sexytime moments and not much else. John and Cree fit well enough together though it sort of felt like they were just thrown together and there wasn't much room for them and the plot to breath and develop much.
HER SECRET AGENT just didn't have enough plot for me to stay too interested in the storyline or John and Cree. It does a decent job at introducing readers to the series but that's about it.Series Titles:
- Her Perfect Mate
- Her Lone Wolf
- Her Wild Hero
- Check out Heart of the Jaguar series by Terry Spear for more stories on shifters.