No Strings Attached by Julie Moffett {Kelly’s Review}

Posted 17 August, 2016 by Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

No Strings Attached by Julie Moffett {Kelly’s Review}No Strings Attached by Julie Moffett
Series: Lexi Carmichael Mystery #8
four-half-stars
Also in this series: No One Lives Twice, No Test for the Wicked, No Woman Left Behind, No Room For Error
Genres: Contemporary, Romantic Suspense
Format: eARC
Source: NetGalley
Kindle
Goodreads

Oops, I did it again…

Leave it to me, Lexi Carmichael, to become a target for an elite organization of cyber criminals simply by being in the wrong place at the right time. As if I weren't already freaking out about planning my best friend's bachelorette party, I now have to keep my eyes peeled for people trying to kill me.

After accidentally intercepting a dangerous hack into the NSA and discovering the involvement of a foreign country in said hack, things begin to get seriously complicated. Diplomats, danger and spies, oh, my!

With Slash and my loyal friends by my side, I'm in a race against time to stop a team of sophisticated hackers on a deadly mission. My team of geeks is brilliant…but derailing an international plot for revenge will take everything we've got.

Lexi can’t keep out of danger!

Thoughts on No Strings Attached

Lexi always finds a way to make me smile. Whether it’s with her endearing social awkwardness or the way she unwittingly stumbles into THE WORST situations, I get a kick out of this lady. She’s smart and determined and it doesn’t matter if she sometimes says the wrong things at the wrong times, she eventually figures things out.

I LIKE THAT!

Smart heroines, man. They do it for me. It doesn’t hurt in the slightest that her man is crazy about her and has the training to help her out when things go south. It also doesn’t hurt that she has a group of friends who are willing to bend time and space itself (if they could) to help her. She’s this goofy, awkward, super smart trouble magnet and it WORKS. I love that she’s intelligent enough to see her own limitations and ask for help when she needs it.

*slow nod*

So. This time around, Lexi ends up hip deep in some seriously nasty stuff. Well, wait. That’s not uncommon. She ends up in a rough spot, but she has her genius friends and her boo to help her. Between all of them, they’re well equipped to handle anything thrown their way. Sure, it’s touch and go for a while–especially with that bachelorette party–but THEY HAVE THINGS UNDER CONTROL. Mostly.

Fast-paced and fun, Lexi is going places. Probably dangerous places, but who am I to judge? Besides, she entertains me. So bring on the danger!

Kelly Loves Books... and you!

four-half-stars

Filed under: ESR: 9, Review: Kelly, Romantic Suspense,

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