Monday, April 18, 2016

Book Review: Spy Girl by Jillian Dodd

Spy Girl by Jillian Dodd

What happens when you get pulled out of spy academy before graduation because you look good in a bikini? 

Your mission, should you choose to accept it: 
Protect the heir to the throne of Montrovia, while uncovering the person or persons behind the plot to assassinate him in order to take over control of this geographically important sovereign nation, and eliminate the threat. 

Get close to the hottest prince on the planet and work for Black X, the double-black covert group so secret even the President of the United States is on a need-to-know basis? 
I accept.

As soon as I saw the promo info for Spy Girl, I knew it was an immediate one-click for me! Dodd's That Boy series and her Keatyn Chronicles books were such favorites, I knew I would love this too. I am a big fan of the TV series Alias, and the blurb made me think of Sydney Bristow so I couldn't wait to read it.

It did not disappoint! I devoured it in a day and absolutely couldn't put it down. It was sexy, humorous, full of charming men, and just plain fun to read! Huntley is such a badass spy. Although it can be read as a standalone, there's an epilogue at the end that leaves some unanswered questions, and it's been announced that the second book in the The Spy Girl Series will be titled The Assassin.  Can't wait to read it!

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