Review - Agent Colt: Classified Pride by A.L. Wright
Latesse Colt is a super spy with a gold track record, a womanizing pig for a partner, and a secret she had never told anyone until a wine filled conversation aboard a plane with a complete stranger named Vaneesa. When Vaneesa turns out to be the newest member of her team, Tess is afraid her secret won t stay that way for very long. At their new home base in Italy Tess is put on the lead of their newest case, and she finds that working with Vaneesa both thrills her and terrifies her. And gives her the strength to shed her tough skin, finally facing her fears of coming out. But once she is no longer afraid of her own secret, she finds she hasn't been the only one hiding.
About the Author:
Alicia grew up in a very small Pacific NorthWest town of 900 people with not much to do. She used books and music as an escape from boredom. She is also an accomplished Harley Davidson mechanic, (she graduated from the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute) and owned her own shop alongside her father in Phoenix, AZ for several years. After moving away from the motorcycle business, she picked up writing and always has many stories either in progress or in a long running list of ideas to write about. Many of her books are based on dreams she’s had, and are further inspired by other authors and current television shows. Favorite authors are Katherine Kerr, Terry Goodkind, Diana Gabaldon and George R. R. Martin.
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My Take on the Book:
This book had quite an easygoing pace to it. I ended up admiring how Vaneesa was so professional, and it's the first time that I've been amused by a spy story. I gave this book a three star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.
This book was relatively quick to get through.