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    Better than great once you acclimate

    This book demands you approach it with a sense of humor and the understanding that it is meant to be a fun, silly care free story. I started it without reading the blurb or checking out any reviews (something new i'm trying)and all i knew was that it was meant to be a romantic crime novel. When the government agency the protagonist worked for was called B.L.I.S.S (which btw's nowhere does it say what that stands for KMT),her dick head colleagues name was actually 'Dick Hedde' and the whole premise is that shes a inventor tracking her kidnapped neighbor via tampon with her weapons of choice being vibrators and truth serum perfume. I felt like the author was basically screaming this is the written version of the sappiest, corniest, tongue in cheek type- of - funny romcom you've ever seen. Once i accepted that it became hilarious! the play on words with the names like my favorite Dirk Ensicksy (ie Dark n' sexy),the unbelievable situations the characters got caught in like Abel with his towel and Mr Tibbs or better yet my favorite scene with the 'shrinking condom' Though its very different from the Argeneau series we all know and love, you can still very much recognise the authors unique voice All in all i'd say it was a quick light read that i'd recommend to anyone trying to unwind or to people like me who've grown too appreciate the curious/terrified look of people on the bus when i burst out laughing with a tablet in my hand :P
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    loving daylights

    well thought out but just a little juvenile for my tastes but still a good read possibly for the teen girl reader
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    Funniest spy romance book

    Cracks me up.
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    The Loving Daylights

    I am a huge Lynsay Sands fan, so when I had the opportunity to review this re-release, I jumped at the chance! I was a little surprised at the craziness of the story. There’s action, adventure, mystery, romance, house pets, a sexy accountant, cantankerous grandma and quirky and sex-deprived weapons developer for a super-secret agency. Take Get Smart and add the hijinks of Scooby Doo and you’ve got THE LOVING DAYLIGHTS. I thought it was light and silly and a little too over the top for my taste. But I think other readers will enjoy this fun-loving story. ***I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
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