Spy Games by Gina Robinson is the second book in the “Fantasy Spy Camps” romantic suspense stories. Publisher: Zebra Books (Kensington), December 2009
Reilly Peterson’s been many things in her thirty-two years: an athlete, a model, a sportswear executive. Her ex-boyfriend, however, has done a good job of making Reilly something she’s never been—scared.
Now Reilly’s ready to protect herself with more than her sharp tongue. Fantasy Spy Camp’s Seattle-based Urban Ops division will train her to survive using everything from her bare hands to a submachine gun. But when she gets an eyeful of fellow camper Van Keller, all Reilly wants is to chill out, partner up, and go deep undercover…
Reilly decides to get self-defense skills to help against her jailed stalker ex-boyfriend. At camp, Reilly’s ex, freed from jail, taunts her and fellow campers rally around her, especially one cute guy. When one guy is murdered and Reilly is threatened, it appears that there are two people are to get her. This was a great story filled with plenty of action, humor, romance and mystery. My rating: 4 stars