The Beach Alibi

The Beach Alibi

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by Alison Kent
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780758206749
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
01/28/2005
Series:
SG-5 Series, #4
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.52(d)

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The Beach Alibi 4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I was given the collection of Allison's writings by my daughter. It was the best thing she has given me in a long time. I enjoyed reading these books, but the problem was the reading was too fast. They are that good. Looking forward to the next book and more of the same
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kelly John Beach is one sexy spy in Alison Kent¿s The Beach Alibi. SG-5 Agent Kelly John Beach runs into some major trouble on his most recent mission. He needs an alibi and fast. Emma Webster agrees to pose as Kelly John¿s lover. Everything to be caught on tape to provide the much-needed alibi. Emma trusted executive assistant to the head of the Smithson group has had her eyes on the hunky Kelly John for ages. When this golden change to get her hands on him she goes for it. What starts out as an alibi turns into a night of the hottest passion that neither will forget. When Emma is in danger Kelly John puts is life and heart on the line to save her. WOW. The Beach Alibi is another steamy read from the SG-5 files. This story has the intrigue and sizzle that I love in Alison Kent¿s books. Will be waiting anxiously for the next book to come out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Beach Alibi is yet another winner from Alison Kent. So far, this book is my absolute favorite from the SG-5 series. Kelly John Beach and Emma Webster seem to be made for each other and they certainly heat up the pages, a wonderful compliment to the intrigue and suspense in this latest episode about the spy guys of The Smithson Group. Characters from the previous books make appearances, but the characters that we haven't heard much from are a huge attraction as well. This has been a wonderful series and I cannot wait for the McKenzie Artifact's release; it looks to promise the edge and intensity that Alison Kent is known for.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Beach Alibi was just as enjoyable as the first three episodes of the SG-5 saga. The story is readable on its own however it makes far more sense with the background of the first three. If you liked this episode you're sure to like the others.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Engineering Project Consultant to the Smithson Group, Kelly John Beach realizes he botched the assignment when he failed to notice the camera inside the wall clock that taped his illegal break and entry into Marian Diamonds. He sought proof that the firm was fronting a Spectra operation involving stolen diamonds from Sierra Leone. His espionage associate Tripp Shaunessey suggests he needs an alibi to prove he was elsewhere; the best alibi is a woman.--- Risking a sexual harassment case, head of the group Hank Smithson reluctantly asks his assistant Emma Webster to help. She readily agrees and soon learns what she needs to know about these mysterious consultants. Her task is an easy one for her; pretend to be Kelly¿s lover, a fantasy that she has had since they first met. Kelly shares her deep desire as Emma has been the star of many erotic dreams. As they work on THE BEACH ALIBI, they fall in love. However, ¿Professor¿ Oliver Shore of Spectra IT sees Beach¿s alibi as another pawn in the war with the Smithson Group.--- The fourth Smithson Group erotic espionage escapade is a terrific tale that starts with self-effacing profanity, turns into a heated romance, and twists finally into an espionage encounter with an abducted Emma as the trade in. Though the tongue in cheek (literally) story line can be read as a stand alone, THE BEACH ALIBI is more enjoyable to follow after the preceding three stories as previous leads make clever continuous appearances as secondary players. The lead duo and their opponents provide a fine time for fans of I Spy torrid tales with McKenzie up to the plate next.--- Harriet Klausner