Flotsam & Jetsam

What set Ellie off anyway? A thought intruded. No, couldn’t be. He checked her profile. Nah. But his mouth formed a hopeful smile, and he leaned back, humming his favorite tune. Flotsam & Jetsam

The dashing Frenchman or the handsome handyman? Who will she choose? For the Love of a Spy

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Three Fabulous Reviews for the Penhallow Train Incident

FIVE ***** STARS from Devika Fernando. Here’s what she says:
“Deep yet entertaining, detailed yet fast-paced.” She especially loved the hero and heroine:
“As for the protagonists, they make a splendid pair. Rachel is just the right mix of confident, emancipated, in-search-for-love, intelligent and stubborn to be the perfect sparring partner for Griffin, who made me swoon despite being quite a lot older than me (and the usual hero). I loved his wit, cleverness, tragic past, hard outer shell, humour and stubbornness, and I could picture him in my head vividly.”


Then FIVE ***** STARS from Michelle McCaughey: “M. S. Spencer has done it again…another winner!

And FOUR **** STARS from Brother Love: “Spencer Delivers Again”
“Spencer draws the reader in with well-developed characters and enough conflicts to keep you guessing what comes next.”




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