The Spy Who Kissed Me

The Spy Who Kissed Me Isabel Stan Stanley s mother has been hoping a man would fall in Stan s lap But when a handsome spy dives through the sunroof of her car in a hail of bullets Stan s sure this wasn t what momma had in

  • Title: The Spy Who Kissed Me
  • Author: Pauline Baird Jones
  • ISBN: 9781603182256
  • Page: 115
  • Format: ebook
  • Isabel Stan Stanley s mother has been hoping a man would fall in Stan s lap But when a handsome spy dives through the sunroof of her car in a hail of bullets, Stan s sure this wasn t what momma had in mind Bad guys beware Stan s packing a glue gun and she knows how to use it Sort of.

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    About "Pauline Baird Jones"

    1. Pauline Baird Jones

      Pauline Baird Jones likes to wander among the genres, trying a little of this and a lot of that, rampaging through her characters lives like Godzilla because she does love her peril when it s not happening to her Never fear, she gives her characters happy endings Well, the good characters The bad ones get justice.

    717 thoughts on “The Spy Who Kissed Me”

    1. If I was to sum up this book in three words, it was: sweet, fun, and ADORABLE. A rollicking rom-com from beginning to end, with a dash of corny James Bond in the mix, it was so well written that it reads like a movie that I really wish existed! It's about an author named Isabel Stanley, called Stan because she didn't feel pretty enough to be an Isabel, who is approaching mid thirties and has no hopes of catching a man. And then one falls into her lap, literally. After taking a wrong turn into an [...]


    2. Oh, goodness. I'm going to feel really badly about this if I'm wrong, but I get the feeling that this was meant to be a satire of the mystery-romance type genre. Why do I feel this way? Perhaps it has to do with the seven gents presented as love-interests for our main character. Or with the fact that one ends up dating her sister and another ends up dating her mother. Or maybe it with the three-to-one date with the band guys, each of whom was in the early twenties ("We've been reading Cosmopolit [...]


    3. The book was very funny, the conflict was interesting and well-developed. The characters were likable, the language was clean and the romance was clean. I was hesitant to continue the book after Stan (aka Isabella, aka Bel) and Kel met, because it sounded like it was not going to be, but other than references to Stan lusting after Kel, it was clean.The author has quite a sense of humor and a way with words that made reading this story quite enjoyable.


    4. This was a super fun read, with many moments leaving me laughing out loud from the incredible dry wit. Isabella or "Stan" was someone you felt like you could really relate too, with her ordinary life thrust into such exciting circumstances. She was sparky and sassy, and her inner monologue was the best. Between avoiding a matchmaker mother and wielding hospital soap as a deadly weapon, she won me over.The mystery throughout the story was surprisingly good. I had most of it figured out, but there [...]


    5. This is a most entertaining tale about a woman who has little going for herself except that she is the caricaturist of a children 19s book. She does not appreciate this success however, especially since her twin sister is married and has teen kids to account for.Her life changes dramatically when a bleeding man drops in her lap from the open sunroof in her sister 19s car and she has to flee or take a shot herself. This man brought with him a stirring in her heart and confusion to her mind. Her p [...]


    6. I am a fan of Ms. Jones' writing style, especially her humor. The Spy Who Kissed Me is funny, smart and quite the adventure. Plus, it has an historical setting. Well, maybe not all that historical, because the setting occurred in my lifetime. But that was the fun of it. If you are old enough to remember watching the first Gulf War on TV, taking a typing class, rewinding an answering machine tape, and not having a phone in your pocket, you will appreciate the culture in The Spy Who Kissed Me. Plu [...]


    7. If Janet Evanovich wrote straight romance, this would be it. I had some issues with the main character's constant mentioning of her religious background, but this was the writer's first book, which makes me more forgiving. Also, she had this weird thing about hating Congress, which I totally didn't get. Oh, well. I still thought it was an incredibly fun and enjoyable book.


    8. Ok so I'm a little biased on this one. Pauline is my mom's cousin. But she is hilarious in this book I just LOVED reading it. It was a fast read. For those of you that worry about it there is some language in it, no F Bombs. And nothing that would keep me from entering her realm of humor again which I plan to as soon as I get my hands on another one!


    9. I enjoyed the suspense part of this book and the interaction between the heroine, her family, and the hero. The mystery was a bit convoluted and the heroine's interactions with the guys in her band was a bit odd.


    10. I loved this book, it was so funny. I laughed through the whole thing. It was right up there with Janet's "Stephanie" books.



    11. This was innocent chicklit- very light and silly. I was hoping it would develop more charm, but it stayed the same to the end. Virginal 30 year olds and typewriters in 2000?


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