SPY GAMES
by Gina Robinson

December 2009
ISBN: 978-1-4201-0473-8
Reviewer Graphic Button Zebra Books
Mass Market Paperback
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Spy Games by Gina Robinson has some humor, and of course, some romance mixed with a little drama. Personally, I did not like the way the book moved along. I saw what was coming and therefore made it very boring for me. I did not read the first in the series from the Fantasy Spy Camps and maybe if I had that might have helped.


Reilly Peterson has done many things in her life - from a model, athlete, and a famous sportswear executive. She has also found herself to be running from her ex-boyfriend who wants to kill her. He will kill whoever he thinks has been with her and that includes one date. So Reilly decides she will learn to protect herself and to survive using anything that she can get her hands on to protect herself.


Spy Camp is when things really start to happen while she thought she was safe from her ex while he was in jail. Not only does he come after her, but her classmates may have some trouble also. They even have brought some of their own with them. There is one fellow camper, Van Keller, who will always be there for Reilly when it is needed.


Just who is Van Keller and why is he able to make things happen? Will her ex-boyfriend harm her immediate family and if so, can she protect them? Can she protect herself? Will he get her and if so, just what type of death does he have planned for Reilly?

As I said before it does have some fun parts, but I did not enjoy having the idea of what was going to happen and be right each time.


Reviewed in February 2010 by Theresa.

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