- File Size: 1953 KB
- Print Length: 112 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NCPHVJ5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #532,601 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Undercover (Jagger & Poppy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Damn I love this series. This is one of my favorite series, honestly can't really explain, but I guess it's that the characters are just so relatable. This is a group that you just want to hang out with, that reminds you of real people....what you see is what you get. Love it.
This book is about Poppy, who I adore and admire, all in one. She has her own T.V. show and now has a cohost, that she is not very "fond" of....understatement. When Poppy's long time boyfriends apartment has an explosion, she finds out that the person in the morgue is not her boyfriend at all, and apparently her cohost can verify that too. Interesting way to find out your long time boyfriend had some secrets.
And.....we will have to wait to find out what those are. Damn it these books are never long enough, I always want more. Love the Manhattanites
After downloading the book, I went to read it and the story is Taddy's and not Poppy's. I think there may be a mistake???
I volunteered to review an advanced readers copy of this book.
Author: Avery Aster
5 amazing stars
I've read many books of the Manhattanites series from Avery Aster and loved them, falling in love with the many characters that didn't seem to fit together but they did. Avery Aster has this ability to create characters that you almost love to hate, but love to love them, and that's what happened to me when i picked up her books. Undercover was no different, telling the story of Poppy, Mikhail and Jagger, their story so unbelievably twisted together in ways they never expected.
4.5 sexy dreams
It's hot. Oh so very hot. And intriguing. Undercover is exactly that: the story of an undercover agent that needs to lay low, leaving his girlfriend to wonder what happened to him when he was declared dead but the body doesn't match the one that Poppy has come to know like the back of her hand. Only, what she never expected was to find out that Mikhail had a lover on the side, one that will make her question where she stands in their lives if they should ever find the elusive agent. This book had my heart pounding. It was completely unexpected and different from the other instalments that i truly can't wait to read more from her in the future to find out just what she's going to do with her characters from the Manhattanites world. I love it and know i'll be a fan of what Avery Aster has to offer to her readers!
*ARC provided by Author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Kathleen, The Small Girl from A small girl, her man and her books
Told from first person point of view (Poppy White) UNDERCOVER introduces the players: talk show host Poppy White, broadcaster Jagger Chabon, and their mutual boyfriend Mikhail Chekhov. Following her latest television broadcast Poppy White just learned that her Russian diplomat boyfriend Mikhail Chekhov had died in an horrific explosion and fire but finding her co-host Jagger Chabon mourning the same man she had come to love sparks more anger than grief for a woman who believed she was Mikhail’s one and only. But the body on the table doesn’t resemble the man that Jagger and Poppy shared, and the two Russian ‘thieves’ set on destroying Poppy’s apartment have decided that our couple is worth more dead than alive.
UNDERCOVER is a very quick read; an introduction that sets the stage for espionage, ménage relationships and the possibility that Mikhail Chernov is not the man Poppy and Jagger have come to believe. The premise is entertaining but light on details; the characters are colorful and dramatic.
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Oooooh I like this book. This book is the first part in the Poppy and Jagger's stories.Read more