Spy Games            Zebra Spy Games

Sleepless In Seattle

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...


"Fast, snappy and cute." - Susan Andersen, New York Times bestselling author

4 Stars!  Romantic Times BOOKreviews Magazine
"Robinson delivers an entertaining story of stalking, spying, secret identities and hidden agendas."                      
 -- Susan Mobely, Romantic Times BOOKreviews

"Spy Games by Gina Robinson will take you off on a journey that will excite you and keep you on the edge of your seat."                      
 -- Paula Tutman, The Big Thrill  
International Thriller Writers

Zebra Romantic Suspense, Kensington Publishing Corp.
333 Pages, Price: $5.99 USD                                       ISBN-10: 142010473X
                                             ISBN-13: 978-1420104738
Release Date: December 1, 2009

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Mount RainierMt. Rainier 

     Have you ever seen a more beautiful mountain than Mount Rainier? And isn’t my husband a fabulous photographer? He took this picture by a lake not far from where I live.
     Finding your direction in the Seattle area is easy. If you can see Mount Rainier, you’re looking at least somewhat southward, a fact I mention in Spy Games. If you see a cloud over the mountain in the evening, it means it will rain the next day.

Seattle FerrySeattle Ferry

Seattle skyline from Elliot Bay

Seattle Skyline

Pike Place Fish Market

Pike Place Fish Market


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     “You have any dinner plans?” he asked.
     Suddenly, I was one part pleased and nine parts panic. Flirting with Van under the innocent guise of playing basketball was one thing. But going on a date with him, alone, with Ket out there, was suicide. Or murder, depending on who Ket would kill, Van or me. Or both. I looked around at the group. “I don’t know. Have we made any plans?”
     Undaunted by my sudden reserve, Van grabbed my hand and pulled the phone away from my ear. “I was thinking, we could make plans. You and me.” He pointed to me and then him. “Just the two of us. Eating together somewhere nice. I have the feeling you’re a local girl. You could suggest somewhere. I could pay.”
     I turned to stare at him, my heart melting to mush. “Are you asking me out? Like for a date?”
     “Yeah. Like for a date.”
     My phone beeped. I had a text message.
    The dude 2 ur right wants u. Tell him ur mine. Im watching U. –K