For two secret agents on a mission to a secluded Romanian village, the toughest fight they face may not be against the folktale monsters lurking in the foggy mountains and old ruins, but against their unlikely attraction to each other.
Keller Key is the top operative at the covert Global Law Enforcement Network—and boy does he know it. Sexy half-Ukrainian, half-Korean Sevastyan Song is a close second. When the agents go undercover to investigate an old friend’s suspicious death, it soon becomes clear something sinister is afoot in the ancient forest and decrepit abbey. If an evil organization doesn’t spell the end of them, the angry locals might. But if they’re going to conquer their enemies, they need to keep their hands off each other and their minds on the case, in a rivals-to-lovers paranormal mash-up that gives new meaning to spy-on-spy action
When I started reading Song and Key I thought this is just going to be an an adventure story investigating suspected paranormal activity. Well it sort of is but it has more much more. I’ve always liked a good spy thriller and Song and Key is a nice tongue in cheek one. The authors have achieved their goal in giving this story all the unlikely elements of spy TV shows such as the man from UNCLE. The two main characters Sev Song and Keller Key have an amusing antagonistic relationship. I admit I didn’t identify the top baddie and was caught up with the obvious baddies. I enjoyed this light hearted spy/romance/paranormal story and look forward to more adventures with Song and Key.
3 of stars out of 5