Sunday, 5 February 2012
Review of Sex Lies & Surveilance by Stephanie Julian
Janey DeMarco would love to have a sex life—she has a serious crush on the new guy in her office.
Janey is manager for her family's P.I. firm, she knows an office romance would end in disaster. Her parents are former spies, and her older brothers are tall, dark and overly protective. Still, a little sex would go a long way to reducing her stress levels, and the man is hot...
NSA operative Mal Laughlin has been sent undercover to find a link between the DeMarcos and the gun smugglers who killed his partner. Unfortunately, the only evidence points to the woman who's making him hot, hard and ready—Janey.
Convinced Mal is hiding something, Janey's determined to find out what. Can she do that while keeping her own secrets? Janey and Mal plot a course of seduction to uncover the truth about each other but when they're thrown together on a dangerous assignment, sensual meltdown is imminent and secrets are about to be revealed.
I loved this book! It ticked all my boxes it had protective alpha males, strong independent females, great chemistry and great main story. I hope there is more and this becomes a series because if it was this is a great beginning.
I was given this book via Net Galley
Ruby Rating: ****
Posted by Carrie Austin at 14:03