The Return of My Favorite Series

Once upon a time, summer last year, The Accidental Cases of Emily Abbott happened. Six novellas published over four months like a perfectly binge-able TV show. ❀

Like some of my favorite shows, these books are perfectly clean and HILARIOUS while having interesting, edge-of-your-seat storylines and really fantastic characters. πŸ˜‰

Book one was amazingly red and did a fantastic job of setting everything up.

Book two was (ADORABLE) really clever. (And adorable.)

Book three = relatable and spy gadget-y. Also, things got real.

Book four was intense and fantastic.

Book five. O.o. Street smarts!

Book six tied it all up together into a crazy, beautiful finale.

And then, like an actual TV show, it was hiatus time. Seven months give or take (with an unmissable Christmas short story in there) until today.

Behold: Five Star Spy by Perry Kirkpatrick. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

Guys, I’ve read this story as it was written–still need to read the final version ❀ –and it is sooo good. Another gamechanger and a great reminder of why I love these characters so much. πŸ˜‰ Emily is even deeper undercover in this one, and Brent is… a little out of commission.

“Friends don’t let friends fail their mission…

Brent Peterson is back in town after chasing operatives of the group known as The 10,000– and he’s much worse for wear.

Emily is delighted to see him, but she’s worried: Agent Nighthawk never fails at a mission, but if she doesn’t help him he just might fail this one and let a mysterious 10,000 criminal slip through his fingers.

Not to mention worsen the barely-healed gunshot wound in his shoulder…”

If you’ve missed these characters like I did, go pick up your copy. Or, if you haven’t read any, now is the perfect time to begin. (Watch for sales, the author often does them in the first week of release.)

You’re gonna love it. ❀


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