Book Reviews of The Loving Daylights

The Loving Daylights
The Loving Daylights
Author: Lynsay Sands
ISBN-13: 9780505525277
ISBN-10: 0505525275
Publication Date: 4/2003
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 61 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Actually I was quite surprised at how well this book was written...I secretly was afraid it would be too cheesy...but I actually got involved in the plot and couldn't put it down. It was well thought out and had a great story line, characters, romance, etc.
I'd definitely give it a rave review.

The main character works for B.L.I.S.S. creating items for agents to use...kinda wonky, but when she gets pulled into "field work" is when it takes off and doesn't let go, right through to the end!

Two thumbs up!
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Helpful Score: 1
Shy Jane Spyrus loved gadgets.She could build anything B.L.I.S.S. needed in that organizations's international fight against crime-although its agents weren't exactly queuing up at her door. Some of them thought her innovations were too... wel,innovative. Like her shrink wrajp prophylactic constraints,or her spray on truth serum. But they just didn't realize those items potential.
Of course,you couldn't use the wacky inventions to fix all your proublems;Janeknew that better than anyone. Her neighbor had been kidnapped,driving that point home. She would have to team up with another human being - and Abel Andretti arrived just in time.He would help Jane find her neighbor,stop the evil machinations of Dirk Ensecksi,and most of all he would have to show her how to love the daylights out of something without batteries.....
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Fun read!
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loved it. Reminds me of the harlequin duets I miss SO MUCH!!!
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Shy Jane Spryus loved gadgets. She could build anything B.L.I.S.S. needed in that organization's international fight against crime-although its agents weren't exactly queuing up to her door.....

VERY VERY FUNNY BOOK AND FANTASITIC READING!!!!!!! a MUST HAVE!
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Spies and love-what a good combination!
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The names used in this book really cracked me up.
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Funny quick read.
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Written tongue in cheek, the tale centers around Jane Spyrus, who works developing spy technology for agents in an organization called B.L.I.S.S. Whether it's tracking devices hidden in tampons or truth serum embedded in perfume, she's in her element. A third generation employee, she finds herself - and her wheelchair-bound, retired B.L.I.S.S. agent grandmother - in the field, where her life and the lives of others depend on her ability to find her footing, defeat the evildoers with global mind control on their agenda, fall in love, and keep the dog Tinkle and the cat Mr. Tibbs apart. All in a day's work.....

Actually not a bad bit of fluff that can be read quicker than American Idol can identify its 24 finalists (sigh - I have a teen in the house). It's written as an over-the-top spoof and be prepared to chuckle with that in mind.
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Amusing spoof of spy movies - enjoyable and funny.
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enjoyable is part of a multi author series liked the bliss rocket launcher
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From the back cover:

Shy Jane Spyrus loved gadgets. She could build anything B.L.I.S.S. needed in that organizations international fight against crime although its agents werent exactly queuing up at her foor. Some of them thought her innovations were toowell, innovative. Like her shrink-wrap prophylactic constraints, or her spry-on truth serum. But they just didnt realize those items potential.

Of course, you couldnt use wacky inventions to fix all your problems; Jane knew that better than anyone. Her neighbor had been kidnapped, driving that point home. She would have to team up with another human being and Abel Andretti arrived just in time. He would help Jane find her neighbor, stop the evil machinations of tall Dirk Ensicksi, and most of all he would have to show her how to love the daylights out of something without batteries.
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Shy JAne Spyrus loved gadgets. She could build anything B.L.I.S.S needed in that organization's international fight against crime-although its agents weren't exactly queuning up at her door. Some of them thought her innovations were too...well, innovative. Like her shrink-wrap prophylactic constraits, or her spray-on truth serum. But they just didn't relize those items' potential.

Of course, you couldn't use wacky inventions tp fix all your problems; Jane knew that better than anyone. Her neighbor had been kidnapped, driving that point home. She would have to team up with another human being-and Abel Andretti arrived just in time. He wuld help Jane find her neighbor, stop the evil machinations of tall Dirk Ensecksi, and most of all he would have to show her how to love the daylights out of something without batteries. B.L.I.S.S.