Spy Girl by Jillian Dodd


REVIEWED BY Becky Cox


Spy Girl (Spy Girl #1)Spy Girl by Jillian Dodd
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Spy Girl is a young adult mystery, female 007 story. There is a cliffy but the second book is already out so you won't have to wait. Having already ready the second book I can tell you that it explains a lot of the loose ends in this book.

Huntley, was trained to be a spy from a relatively young age after the death of her parents. She is sassy, smart and talented. She is confident in her spy abilities and with her sexuality. Upon receiving her first assignment she finds many things she has been lead to believe are just not so, so she has to work at unraveling those mysteries as well as her protection duty she has been assigned.

The US president's son, Daniel, is an entertaining character even if he is a bit of a ladies man.

Prince Lorenzo, what a catch he would be. Handsome, attentive and next in line to the throne of Montrovia.

I enjoyed this quick fun read. Laughed a few times and smile more than that. The beginning of a fun new series by Jillian Dodd.

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Reviewed by Becky for JoandIsaLoveBooks.


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