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Lexi is a 24 going on 25 year old woman with a top secret computer job. She is a computer geek, wears no makeup, has had sex exactly one time in her life, and it is quite possible that she buys her clothes at Walmart. Not what you picture as a Bond girl... She also loves Dunkin Donuts and Diet Coke. She is very down to earth, sassy, and honest. She does not have a side kick named Lulu, but there are hot guys suddenly popping out of the woodwork and just appearing in her apartment at all hours of the day and night. Unfortuneately, Lexi can trust none of them.
From computer geek to Bond girl.. After being abducted twice in one night, interrogated about some papers she was supposed to have received in the mail, and discovering her best friend has gone missing, Lexi starts asking questions. Before you know it, she is shot at and uncovering some major corruption involving a fertility clinic and 40 million dollars and an Arab prince. A hot Irish lawyer, a sexy Swede karate instructor, and an Enrique Inglesius look alike all claim to want to help Lexi get to the bottom of this mess, but each one is hiding secrets of his own. Who can she trust?
There are hot kisses, agents on stakeouts, world traveling, handcuffs, and another sexy guy named Elvis. I wonder if this is the beginning of a series? I can see it going somewhere. I had a few chuckles and a whole lot of fun wondering what mess Lexi was going to end up in next.
Why not five whole stars? Too much information and too many characters at times. Still, a fun read tho.
Lexi Carmichael was having your average boring and uneventful day when she was confronted in the street by a mad man with a gun. He demands Lexi had over a document she has no knowledge of. Confused and terrified, Lexi arrives at her apartment only to discover her best friend Basia did send her papers with a note that she keep them safe. Knowing there is something deeper behind these papers, Lexi is determined to get to the bottom of this puzzle. With the help of her computer-hacking friends Lexi is working desperately to help Basia. The more she discovers about Basia's secret, the deeper she becomes entangled in this dangerous web. Now all Lexi needs is a plan...and a miracle.
Moffett pens a delightful and exciting adventure for this simple computer geek gone rouge. Perhaps my favorite part of this first person novel were the secondary characters. No One Lives Twice has a wide range of fun and wacky characters that will make you smile and laugh. These characters mean business, but yet there is a light and funny side in their complimentary relationship when they work together. I could easily see fans of the Stephanie Plum series really enjoying this story and all it's eclectic characters. It has that same sexy edge, with a bit of light humor and fascinating characters to keep readings intrigued.
Moffett adds plenty of sexy book candy to this novel, all setting their eyes on Lexi.Read more ›
I loved the action in this story. It was fast paced and exciting. It was great to see a bunch of computer geeks in action to save the day. In fact, the computer geeks were my favorite part...except for Lexi. Now since Lexi is our main character, that poses quite a predicament. Lexi is just a little too depressing. She complains about her lack of love life, her lack of taste in clothes, and about anyone who tries to help her. She gets a bit annoying at times just because she is always talking herself down.
The action, on the other hand, is fantastic. There are so many twists and turns subtly worked into the story, and they kept me guessing up until the very end.
Lexi Carmichael is the heroine of the book. She is a somewhat typical geek who is very good in math and computers and does not have good social skills - you know this kind. She is also a fairly good-looking woman - despite her modesty saying otherwise.
She worked as a low-level grunt in NSA headquarters in Washington, DC. Her work was a boring routine (is not it such for the most of us?). She thought she would never get the excitement of famous spies from fiction, like James Bond in her work. She was completely right: the excitement came not from her work, but from her personal life.
One of uneventful evenings a guy in a dark alley asked Lexi to give him papers her best friend supposedly mailed to her. His gun made a very convincing argument. Lexi, being completely unaware of such papers managed to talk the guy into leaving her alone on the promise she will get in touch with him the moment she has the papers. Or else.
When she got home she found her apartment thoroughly thrashed with yet another guy waiting. He made the same request using the same convincing argument and asked her to give him the papers the moment she has them. Or else.
Lexi still might have had a slight hope of staying out of this, but it was shattered shortly when her neighbor brought her the package in question which was delivered to the neighbor instead of Lexi. It also turned out Lexi's friend who sent her the papers disappeared without a trace leaving our poor heroine to deal with the mess. Fun ensures.
Even from my description of the beginning of the book you might have guessed it is full of cliches.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lexi works for a government agency as a Cryptologist. Nothing to do with national security, she is stunned when a gun man demands she give him the papers he says her translator... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Barbara R. Farber
Meet Lexi Carmichael, an international woman of mystery. She's also a self-avowed Geek-Girl. In book one, Lexi’s humdrum life takes off. Read morePublished 29 days ago by SUMMER
This book was just what I enjoy reading! It had very interesting and quirky characters, a great plot, mystery, twists, and a little romance thrown in. Very entertaining. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Really ended up enjoying this book. The dynamics are similar to Stephanie Plum, but the main character Lexi is much more intellectual. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I just met Lexi Carmichael and all of her friends and i thoroughly enjoyed it! The characters and story line are very well written and there is just enough humor to keep me smiling... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cynthia Streicher
This is fun book and series about a geeky girl who is too smart for her own good and is unsuspectingly thrown into espionage. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C Goodale
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