This true-life tale of a romance between a pair of US agents begins with the caveat: "The CIA has reviewed the book to make sure it contains no classified information."
So, as expected after the top brass have been through the proofs, the reader is left with a somewhat inconsequential examination of the life of a spy.
Robert Baer - author of See No Evil- and his wife take turns in penning alternate chapters of this book, chronicling the tedious observation work and crushing paranoia that their jobs entailed, and how this itinerant lifestyle irrevocably wrecked their previous marriages.
Then, they describe first crossing paths while tailing a Hizbollah cell in Bosnia, before falling in love on a road trip across Europe, marrying and eventually growing disillusioned with the agency.
The Baers come across as likeable individuals - idealists who were lured into the spy game by a thirst for adventure and a belief in the American way. But ultimately, by allowing their former employers the right of revision, one cannot but wonder how much salacious detail they were forbade from putting into print.