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New Undercover Covers!

I have shiny new pretties to share with you!

The Super Agent Series is one of my first and it has been through multiple incarnations. I sold the first book, Operation Sheba, to a publisher in 2008. Since then, I sold more to another publisher, then finally got my rights back to all five a couple years ago.

That gave me the opportunity to revamp, redesign, and rebrand. I also wrote two more stories and have several others outlined on my computer.

The series has grown with my writing. The covers have changed as the market has changed. Initially, they had couples on them for their first two incarnations.  Then I went to just men. Now, they have a more suspense feel with a woman-in-jeopardy look.

When I look back at the first Operation Sheba cover, I sigh. It looked nothing like I envisioned for it, and the one element the mockup had that I liked was a top-secret font, which was removed in the second or third version. Once of the things that makes a story come to life for me is seeing the characters – I’m a very visual person. With a publisher controlling it, however, an author gets what they get. 

Since getting my rights back, my son Sam (the graphic designer), has taken my vision for the series and created amazing covers. I loved the men-only covers, and I love these new women-only ones as well. I never grow tired of giving my books a facelift!

Want to see the new covers? Check them out!  

In the coming weeks, they’ll be updated at all the retailers and the interiors will get a redo. For now, join me in admiring my shiny new pretties!

Keep reading, my friends!

Misty 💚📚

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What place is on your bucket list?

In Operation: Sleeping With the Enemy, there are a couple cameos with Conrad and Julia, the couple I started the Super Agent series with.
Writing Conrad’s character is ‘like butta’ for me. I can channel him SO easily, he would take over every book! I love his snark, his innate power, and his perspective. He sees the world with different eyes than most, and he is absolutely loyal to a fault when it comes to Julia.
(In real life, Michael Stone is more my kind of guy, but in the book boyfriend world? I’m a total Conrad girl.)
Julia is the quintessential smart, sexy woman who knows how to handle Con. I had to make her tough as nails and powerful, too, to keep him on his toes. When I was shopping the manuscript around to agents, one told me she was too assertive, another too much like wall paper. Haha. I think she’s just right 😉
In Operation Sheba, their story mentions their time in Paris as new spies, and in the Sleeping cameo, they talk about visiting again. I studied French in high school and college and always had Paris on my bucket list. I still hope to visit there some day, and I’m brushing up on the language, because even though I was fluent after being taught by a strict nun, I’ve lost almost all of that learning.
What place is on your bucket list? 
Have you read Operation: Sleeping With the Enemy?
Want to get the whole set and binge? 
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What’s your undercover name?

Tell me, readers, if you could be the heroine in one of my Super Agent books, what would your code name be?
(Use this handy tool to come up with one or make up your own…/ )
According the test, my international spy name is Solitaire Goldfinger (very James Bond, right?), my code name is The Pirate. I live in St. Petersburg and I’m a good spy because I’m a good lover. 🤣🤣🤣
Don’t forget to catch up with the hot, sexy spies in the Super Agent Series with my latest release, Operation: Sleeping With the Enemy