Anna’s career as a high-level CIA operative is put on involuntary hiatus. When a trusted colleague passes along the information for the 1Night Stand service, Anna decides to take the plunge against her better judgment and seek some intimate company. But her CIA instincts can’t be ignored, and when she contacts Madame Eve, she uses an alias. Brendan owns a lucrative manufacturing company, but he’s yet to achieve the goal of finding a woman with whom he can share his successes and joys. But beneath his polished, capable exterior hides the painfully shy teenager he’s never been able to escape. When his own efforts in the dating scene fall short, he turns to 1Night Stand. It would be so easy to fall in love with Brendan, and Anna’s protective mask slides away, piece-by-piece, revealing more of herself than she should dare. Before she can slip away with the sunrise, Brendan shows their encounter in a new light. Will Anna take a chance on their future, or will she choose to return to her undercover, but lonely life?
I love this series, and Madame Eve is a match maker that is never wrong. However this book is different because Anna is using an alias and there is no way to track her. Especially since she works for the CIA and knows not to give away any information that will give away her true identity. Until she lets her guard down and starts to fall in love. Is she willing to give up her career? Is Brendan able to show his aggressive side and make sure he gets what he wants? I am giving this book a 4/5. I was given a copy to review from Night Owl Reviews, however all opinions are my own.