The Spy Who Kissed Me

The Spy Who Kissed Me

by Pauline Baird Jones

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BN ID: 2940151698078
Publisher: Pauline Baird Jones
Publication date: 08/30/2013
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 613,979
File size: 517 KB

About the Author

Award-winning, USA Today Bestselling author, Pauline never liked reality, so she writes books. She likes to wander among the genres, rampaging like Godzilla, because she does love peril mixed in her romance.

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Spy Who Kissed Me 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
AnnadelC. on LibraryThing 5 months ago
This is a most entertaining tale about a woman who has little going for herself except that she is the caricaturist of a children¿s book. She does not appreciate this success however, especially since her twin sister is married and has teen kids to account for.Her life changes dramatically when a bleeding man drops in her lap from the open sunroof in her sister¿s car and she has to flee or take a shot herself. This man brought with him a stirring in her heart and confusion to her mind. Her peaceful existence was torn apart and her life changed forever.This book had me glued to the pages with the witty ways the author tells her tale. I finished it in two days. The protagonist finds herself in many situations that not only turn her blood cold but make her heart and cheeks hot. The use of the English language is superb and you can share the feelings the characters are having in a very real way. Not many authors can convey to their readers these feelings, but Pauline did a superb job in this book. I recommend The Spy Who Kissed Me to anyone over eighteen and to all who want to have a warm fuzzy feeling while reading.
AnnadelCDye on LibraryThing 5 months ago
This is a most entertaining tale about a woman who has little going for herself except that she is the caricaturist of a children¿s book. She does not appreciate this success however, especially since her twin sister is married and has teen kids to account for.Her life changes dramatically when a bleeding man drops in her lap from the open sunroof in her sister¿s car and she has to flee or take a shot herself. This man brought with him a stirring in her heart and confusion to her mind. Her peaceful existence was torn apart and her life changed forever.This book had me glued to the pages with the witty ways the author tells her tale. I finished it in two days. The protagonist finds herself in many situations that not only turn her blood cold but make her heart and cheeks hot. The use of the English language is superb and you can share the feelings the characters are having in a very real way. Not many authors can convey to their readers these feelings, but Pauline did a superb job in this book. I recommend The Spy Who Kissed Me to anyone over eighteen and to all who want to have a warm fuzzy feeling while reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a fun little book to resd. I really enjoyed ir.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was great!
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AnnadelC-Dye More than 1 year ago
The Spy Who Kissed Me This is a most entertaining tale about a woman who has little going for herself except that she is the caricaturist of a children's book. She does not appreciate this success however, especially since her twin sister is married and has teen kids to account for. Her life changes dramatically when a bleeding man drops in her lap from the open sunroof in her sister's car and she has to flee or take a shot herself. This man brought with him a stirring in her heart and confusion to her mind. Her peaceful existence was torn apart and her life changed forever. This book had me glued to the pages with the witty ways the author tells her tale. I finished it in two days. The protagonist finds herself in many situations that not only turned her blood cold but make her heart and cheeks hot. The use of the English language is superb and you can share the feelings the characters are having in a very real way. Not many authors can convey to their readers these feelings, but Pauline did a superb job in this book. I recommend The Spy Who Kissed Me to anyone over eighteen and to all who want to have a warm fuzzy feeling while reading.