I received this an an ARC from the author after reading and reviewing the first book in the series, Spotless. And being a total airhead, I totally forgot to post my review until I got an e-mail about the upcoming third novel in the series. So I apologize to the author, I don’t have any other excuse other than to say I was busy trying to convince Krakky to pick the lotto numbers for me.
This book is the second in the Spotless series and picks up a few months after we left Island Chaptal. She has seemingly gotten on with her life after she was kidnapped and learned that everything she knew about her life was a lie. She has a new job that she enjoys and she has found a nice, normal boyfriend, Alex. She is still healing from her broken hart, having had it broken at the hands of March. The hit man sent to kidnap her and who ultimately helps her unravel the secrets of her life.
Island has been working on Ruby, a revolutionary software project for the banking industry. Her boss is soon found dead and all evidence points to him stealing a vast fortune using Ruby and then erased all records of the transaction and the software itself. Of course it falls to Island to clear his name and set his legacy right. And of course she needs to turn to the one man who broke her heart to help her. But can she trust him again?
Once again this book is hilarious. A romance novel that doesn’t take itself too seriously and allows the reader to laugh at the plot, the characters and ultimately themselves. A truly tongue-in-cheek approach to “Chick-Lit” that makes you smile every time you pick up the book. It’s a romance novel that makes fun of the entire genre. Every outlandish situation is one that makes you smile. You know that nothing like this would ever really happen in real life, but that’s the whole idea!
Once again this book had everything. Romance, intrigue, epic battles and a scene with a baby octopus that simply cannot be missed.
I love the characters in spite of myself. You really do have to suspend belief because there cannot possibly be people like this in the real world. Though, if there were, I think I would love to meet them!
If you want a romance that doesn’t take itself or the characters too seriously, definitely pick up this series. As long as you read them in the spirit that they were written, you will not be disappointed.