Books on the Nightstand. As they say in their review, I don't want to tell you too much because I don't want to give away the book. I will say that it's very clever. It works on a lot of levels. Do you really know what your spouse does all day when they are at the office? Are they really at an office? Trust issues in a relationship are extra complicated when one of the spouses is ex-CIA.
I enjoyed this one and would suggest it if you are looking for something entertaining to read during a summer trip. It only got a little draggy in the middle. I felt the double entendre of spy lies and marriage lies shifted a little too much to marriage but the book got back on track soon enough.
While reading this I wondered how spy lifestyles are funded. If you are playing a wealthy couple do you get spending money? Because you would need to keep up appearances. But you would also be getting a paycheck for doing your job - which could involve acting rich. If I only I had a spy I could ask! Maybe I do....and just don't know it.
I rented "One for the Money" on the iPad. It was cute but the book was better.