Spies R Us
by Amber Malloy
Release date: February 2nd 2017
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Erotic Action Adventure
The top African American spy, Eden Morgan, was living the good life…
Days away from permanently leaving the spy game, Eden Morgan plan of being a stay at home mom goes up in smoke. Number one on the Russian hit list, Eden must leave her beautiful family and figure out who’s trying to kill her.
Unfortunately, her agency burns her status, so what should have been only weeks on the run turned into years. Instead of accepting her fate, Eden claws her way from the dead to save the next people on the Russian’s hit list… her kids. However, after three years missing, her homecoming isn’t well received. She finds that her awesome husband has moved on with a perky school teacher; not to mention her twins barely remember her. With a good idea who’s behind the plot to kill them, Eden must navigate car pool lanes, bitchy moms, and one angry, sexy husband.
By definition, Vann Morgan was charmed. One gorgeous wife and twins, and the most difficult thing in his life was reconstruction of his Chicago brownstone. Unfortunately everything changes when his lovely wife disappears and no one but him seems to care. After some years, Vann makes a new normal as a single dad, but his routine is blown apart when his long lost wife comes back. Unable to trust Eden with his heart, he soon uncovers that everything surrounding her disappearance was all his fault.
When Mommy's A Spy
Moms have to wear many different hats—chef, nurse, chauffer, and maid are custom built into the job. Eden Morgan is a kick ass mom who wanted to give up her life as a spy … that’s right, this new mom was a spy. What happens when a strong woman desires a different life? First we have to ask why this mom wanted the old one.
In business, dominant women can be viewed as sexless bitches. It is the weaker persuasion who are in need of a good, strong man to keep them in check. In other words, can women be bad asses while being soft, cuddly mothers? Sure! What title can be used other than double agents? With so many balls in the air, why can’t the woman who hunted down the bad guy be the same person to potty train a toddler?
Without question men are allowed to be anything their heart desires. Father, spy, Agents of Shield, even president—the sky is the limit and no one questions their masculinity or whether they can do it all. Women, on the other hand, don’t have it so easy. Motives are questioned, as is whether she can raise a family and work a high priority job. Even after seventy years women’s rights are still a hot topic … why?
Eden Morgan came from the generation in which women could have it all. A spy for a secret sect, this bad girl was saving the world. However, once she ran into Vann Morgan all of that changed. Soft in all the right places, she can shoot a gun and kill a man with her bare hands, so why would she give it all up? People change. What may have been a hard exterior was always a soft inside, and why not? The perception that women have to be hard as nails in such a position is a farce. Real life spies wouldn’t be able to walk around with that Angelina Jolie pout. In zero point two seconds she would be shot upon entering the room. There has to be some type of likeability to make a woman spy work.
Vann Morgan had no idea his wife was a shoot ’em up, bad ass. He believed he married a sweet hot thing, who wanted to have his babies … and guess what, she did. Eden felt she married the sexy guy who showed her something that she wasn’t aware she wanted—stability, house, and a family. Spies R Us is about releasing the past to allow the good of the new to arrive. Unfortunately, it’s messy much like life tends to be.
Amber Malloy dreamed of being a double agent but couldn't pass the psyche evaluation. Crushed by despair that she couldn't legally shoot things, Amber pursued her second career choice as pastry chef. When she's not writing or whipping up a mean Snickers Cheesecake, she occasionally spies on her sommelier. Amber is convinced he's faking his French accent.