This book is annoyingly stupid. The premise involves a spy needing an alibi so his boss asks his secretary to pretend to have sex with the spy on film and also be seen in public together. The male lead is boring and the female lead is silly. Ex: When Kelly (the hero) tells Emma (the heroine) he's going to kiss her, she asks if he wants to her to kiss him back. Excuse me, wasn't the purpose of the charade to get others to believe they are having an affair? Then I'd think he'd want her to kiss him back. But then again, he is also an idiot--they are in a cab, having suspicions the cab driver is on the other side, so what do they do? They discuss their charade, out loud. Umm, loose lips?
I don't know what the author was thinking but this book is a mess.
This is a very quick read, only 116 pages. Book #4 in the SG-5 series. This is Kelly John's and Emma's story. She is brought into the group to pose as his lover, but she does more than pose and brings him back to life. Very HOT book.
This is one of my fav's from Alison Kent. Although I think one of the shortest the love story is just as juicy
This is my favorite of the SG-5 series. I love Kelly John Beach and this story is steamy and hot. Great chemistry betwee the main characters and you can't help but fall for KJ just a bit in the end. The whole series is good but this book, by far, is the best of the bunch
All the SG-5 series books are good...quick reads and steamy.
My favorite of the series ... quick read.
A new favorite author. Great Series
Book 4 in SG-5 spy, thriller, romance series. Ultimate spy caught needing an alibi, an alibi starring his greatest fantasy woman.
Book (episode) four of Alison's SG-5 series