Proof of Life, the third installment of Misty Evans’s award-winning Super Agent Series, is available this month in print. The story features CIA Deputy Director Michael Stone, who first appeared in OPERATION SHEBA. In this story, Stone must become the one thing he despises – a terrorist – in order to save the woman he loves.
When his niece, the daughter of the Republican candidate for President, is kidnapped just days from the election, CIA Deputy Director Michael Stone vows to do whatever it takes to get her back and bring the kidnapper to justice.
Dr. Brigit Kent, a consultant for the Department of Homeland Security, knows this particular kidnapper well. Exposing him, however, will reveal her sister’s secret ties to a terrorist group. The only way to keep her sister safe is to blackmail the sexy, rock-solid deputy director–a move that puts her directly in his line of fire.
Brigit is undeniably beautiful, brilliant, and cunning, but is she friend or foe? The answer to that question could break Michael’s personal code of honor–and his heart.
“Evans takes readers on an edge-of-your-seat thriller into the secretive world of CIA operatives.” ~Cindy Himler, RT Reviews
“…an intense ride…the subplots and family dynamics really deliver.” ~Single Titles Reviews
“…Evans weaves in her own brand of intrigue and conspiracy layered with emotion and conflicts.” ~Romance Junkies
“…I can easily see [Evans] side by side with authors such as Clancy and Gerritson.” ~The Romance Studio
The first two books in the Super Agent Series have won several awards for Best Romantic Suspense. Evans is currently at work on the next trilogy in the series. Proof of Life is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and independent bookstores everywhere.
Misty Evans is an award-winning author of romantic thrillers and paranormal comedy. Her debut novel, Operation Sheba, won the 2010 New England Reader’s Choice Bean Pot contest for best Romantic Suspense, a CAPA nomination in 2009, and a CataNetwork Reviewers’ Choice Award in 2008.
Misty lives along the Mississippi River with her husband and twin sons. A member of Romance Writers of America and Thriller Writers International, she teaches creative writing and speaks at local schools, encouraging young writers to pursue their dreams.
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