Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Day 1 with M.S. Spencer...

Lost in His Arms

Need something to read while you wait for my fifth romantic suspense novel, Artful Dodging, to be released in the Spring by Secret Cravings? How about my first novel, Lost in His Arms?

In the spinning world of 1991, when nations are falling like flies and a CIA fixer has his hands full, can two people find love?

Published 2009 by Red Rose Publishing
eBook, 61,000 words, ISBN 978-1-60435-375-0
Romantic Suspense, Action/Adventure; M/F; 3 flames

In an era electric with possibility and peril Chloe Gray, political writer, and Michael Keller, CIA troubleshooter, meet under curiously conventional circumstances. Despite the instantaneous sparks, they both sense there is more between them than physical attraction. Chloe's professional detachment from the dramatic world events of the 1990s—a disintegrating USSR, Middle East peace talks, and Vietnam's reemergence on the world stage—dissolves as their love affair intensifies.

Michael appears and disappears at unpredictable moments, leaving her limp and lovelorn. Is he using her or protecting her? In her quest for answers, she is yanked into the dangerous world of Michael's work—in Washington, DC, in France, and in Spain. Looking for safe harbor (for her emotions? or her body?), she submits to the advances of a dashing French diplomat. Will she embrace the luxury and comfort of Emile and his chateau or the romance of international intrigue with Michael?

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Tune in tomorrow for links to my second romance, Lost & Found

A desperate wife searches the wilds of Maine for her lost husband. 
But will she find what she wants or what she needs? 


M. S. Spencer said...

Thanks for hosting me Nicole--I love to talk about my "babies"--birth order isn't important here! M. S. Spencer

Viola Russell said...

i love thriller/espionage storylines, and this sounds juicy. For example, I went to see Le'Carre's "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" at a suburban theatre and loved it. Some of the audience who hadn't read Le'Carre's books or who were unfamiliar with Cold War affairs were utterly confused. Your book sounds great.

Nicole Morgan said...

Happy to have you, Meredith! These books are just up my alley. Suspenseful but with a handsome man to swoop in. :)

M. S. Spencer said...

I remember LeCarre's books--great. Yes, I don't think they even get to the Cold War in history classes anymore. Too bad. Researching Lost in His Arms meant only going back to 1991, but it was amazing how much happened then and how much has changed (I learned that laptops came into use just about then). Thanks for reading! Meredith

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