- File Size: 2531 KB
- Print Length: 277 pages
- Publisher: Dunster Way Books; 3 edition (February 20, 2008)
- Publication Date: February 20, 2008
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00305GYWU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,034,448 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Spy Game: Romantic Suspense 3rd Edition, Kindle Edition
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Ani starts off as this strong-willed, headstrong woman with sass and attitude. She was spunky and I loved that about her. But she was also innocent when it came to sex, and at one point, adamant that she wasn't going to sleep with Richard just because of the assignment. But she does. Far too quickly for my taste. Also, she falls in love with him, but I didn't feel there was a lot of build up to their emotional connection. And the same could be said for Richard's character. He became aggressive and domineering when he didn't present that way from the start.
Also, Suz spent a lot of time building the tension about who the mole was, only to sugarcoat it with few sentences. I was let down by how anti-climatic that part of the plot turned out to be. Overall, the book was well-written and entertaining, but I felt the author could have done a lot more with the plot and less with the sex scenes.
The way the book is written is perfect and the phase is perfect. The story captured me right away and I didn't want to put the book down but sometimes you have to work, sleep and eat too. I have had a hard time lately to find books that really capture me the way this book did. It is a book you easy can read in one sitting, not because it is an easy read but because the story and characters are just so great and capturing. You want to know what is gonna happen on the next page, in the next chapter and in the end.
I think this is a must read!
Ani Sarif is a young woman, who has been working years for government agency as their hacker, so when she finally got a chance to do her first undercover work she wouldn’t be more excited; she has to seduce Richard Redford, leader of the biggest software companies, to find out if he had been selling secret information for the Chinese.
As the story follows we can see how Ani has to figure out things she didn’t know before, so she would succeed with her mission.
Plot was built perfectly, it was easy to follow what is happening and it wasn’t confusing keeping their reader in their captive until the very end, the characters were interesting and you could see yourself as the heroine, their backgrounds made each of them even more interesting and left me want to know even more about the side characters too. Sex scenes between two of the main characters were tastefully written and could make anyone who would be reading them get hot too.
This story will get five out of five cupcakes from me.
Richard is not a trusting fellow, and while he enjoys sex he avoids ‘love’ like the plague. So the romance is all over the place in this book, and I loved it! There are a great many twists and tangles during the story, and on occasion I did get a bit confused, but overall it was a delightful read.
I give this 4.5 stars and round up.
I was sent an ARC to my kindle by the author and reviewed voluntarily.
Whilst there were some interesting twists along the way with a lot of strong personalities, Ani, at times, faded into the background and struggled to assert herself, except when she was online.
This was my first book by this author but it won't be my last. She pulled me into this story from the start and kept me hooked with its fast paced twists and turns whilst showing the vulnerability of Ani throughout.
***Reviewed for LBM Book Blog***
I really enjoyed this book.
I disliked the use of WASP, I am not a fan of abbreviations and the use didn't appear to be relevant.
I found it was overly descriptive in places. These two dislikes are my personal dislikes only and should not deter future readers. I highly recommend this book, it has a storyline which will keep you intrigued.