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No Place Like Rome: A Lexi Carmichael Mystery, Book Three Kindle Edition
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|Length: 190 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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There is no sex but a lot of sexual tension which again makes for a great chick lit book after all some times sex gets in the way of a fun read.
This is a great chick lit series and is a quick read but by far my favorite in the series.
Sexual tension with no sex. Anyway Slash hires Lexi to,go to Italy to help him solve a hacking problem at the Vatican Bank. The story is exciting with lots of mystery and intrigue. It might be the best book yet to demonstrate Lexi's skills and to see her learning about her own attractiveness. It ends with the solving of the mystery but no closer to a relationship with one of the three guys altho I'm thinking she and Slash will eventually connect but not sure if forever is in the cards.
The only bad thing I have to say is that the editing could be improved. There are random words dispersed throughout that you can tell were the author expressing a thought and then changing her mind on wording without removing the entire sentence. Very few misspelled words, but often misused words....their vs there type issues. It seems to get worse in book 3 and continues into the next two. It just feels like the author has so many good ideas she types them in a hurry and no one helps her read through. It is too bad there's no way to highlight errors on the kindle and provide to author so the digital copies can be fixed.
Obviously the editing isn't a deal breaker, I've read all available books and anxiously await the next. If the books were $10 I would be more upset by them.