When Grace Quincy (“Q”) lands a job as the lead scientist and engineer in the CIA’s Clandestine Operations and Properties group, she becomes the Quartermaster for U.S. reconnaissance—the creator of spy gadgets for Jayce Jackson, special agent with a license to kill.
As charming as the famed British double-O, Jackson is one-hundred percent all-American, from his dusty cowboy boots to his unending Southern charm. His conquests in and out of the bedroom are the stuff of legends, yet Q daydreams of being something more to Jackson.
At the highly sought-after event, Nebulas and Novas, Q gets tangled in Jackson’s latest mission and the mysterious disappearance of NASA’s green glass Moon stone. Q must trust her wits to survive the dangerous operation, thwart Dr. Faust’s sinister plan, and save the sexy spy she loves.
Promise Me the Moon
I could not stop reading this book. OMG! From sexy as sin Special Agent Jayce Jackson to his personal protector and talented nerd Grace Quincy aka Q to those three Killer-Bs... Wow! It’s from one adventure to another in this fast paced suspense filled story of unrequited love and desire. Will this partnership finally find the time to quench their restrained craving for each other? I’m not giving it away. You’ll have to read this first book in the Q Chronicles to find out.
Funny, Flirty, and Action Packed!!
If you love the action of a Bond movie combined with the humor of a romantic comedy, you will love Promise Me the Moon! I fell in love with Q (Gracie) and her handsome spy Jackson, but the secondary characters are amazing as well. You’ll cringe at Gracie’s family’s good intentioned meddling in her love life that always seems to just barely cross the line, or in the case of her mother, blow right past it!
One of my favorite series is the Tara Holloway series by Diane Kelly and Promise Me the Moon strikes the same tone. You’ll turn page after page waiting to see how Gracie will get herself out of danger, swoon as the tension between Jackson and Gracie ratchets up, and laugh at the witty humor sprinkled throughout.
I can’t wait to read the next one!