One last fling (with danger) before the ring?
Nothing’s that simple when you’re a geek girl. Julie Moffett’s beloved Lexi Carmichael mystery series returns with No Questions Asked.
Lexi Carmichael: saving scientists one snake at a time.
Weddings aren’t my thing—never have been. But eloping would break my mother’s heart, especially since the president of the United States put in a good word for me with his daughter’s wedding planner. I’m going to have the wedding of the year…whether I like it or not.
Before we can say I do, Slash and I are flying off to the Brazilian rain forest. Our mission: stop hackers from stealing a vaccine that could save millions of lives. I thought it’d be easy, but from the moment we step off the plane, I’m up to my neck in trouble.
After an attack by drug-runners, being kidnapped and discovering that the bad guy is even worse than we’d imagined, I’m pretty sure someone in our group is working for the enemy. And they’re succeeding. I’ll have to use all my geek skills to stop the bad guys if I’m going to make it home in time to tie that knot.
And don’t miss the rest of Julie Moffett’s Lexi Carmichael Mysteries, available now from Carina Press: No Stone Unturned, No One Lives Twice, No One to Trust, No Money Down, No Place Like Rome, No Biz Like Showbiz, No Test for the Wicked, No Woman Left Behind, No Room for Error, No Strings Attached, No Living Soul and No Regrets.
This book is approximately 110,000 words
One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise: all the romance you’re looking for with an HEA/HFN. It’s a promise!
More fun than a roller coaster!
This series is like a visit to the amusement park! A little bit of terror mixed with surprise and laugh out loud fun all wrapped up with a set of characters who learn about themselves and stepping out of their comfort zones.
No Quesrions Asked
I am hooked on Lexi Carmichael and so enjoyed that she is becoming the woman she should be. Lots of insight into her accepting uncomfortable challenges, and less lack of self confidence. Like this grown up Lexi better and enjoy the creativity in locations and action. Keep them coming!
Simplistic and sappy
This book is on a fourth grade reading level at best. If you’re after a cyber thriller this isn’t it. It’s more a romance novel as created by a middle schooler with no real world experience.