Gia Keats works both sides of love’s dirty business. Some days are spent at Silhouette Bridal Boutique, helping brides prepare for their delusional walk to happily ever after. Other days she clocks hours for Duplicity, spying on cheaters and crushing their plans for future trysts. The two jobs are a solid reminder to ignore the dead thing inside her chest and to stay out of love’s sight. She never expected to get caught.
Love is also pretty far down on Mark Foster’s priority list. The closest thing he’s had to a relationship was two nights with a hottie tourist looking for an unforgettable vacation bang. But after he catches a gorgeous local spying on a public make-out session, his sour view of long-term turns a little sweet. He’ll even ignore the odd coincidences that follow her for a taste of the L word.
Falling for Mark’s charm would be easier than choosing a single item from a dessert menu, but Gia knows love’s never that simple. When an anonymous Duplicity client hires her to target a Silhouette bride and groom, both sides of the business collide. And Mark’s ties to the bride are the icing on the screwed up cake.
Looking for a quick, funny, romantic read? Look no further than J.M. Miller’s Spied. This was my first book by J.M. Miller but it won’t be my last.
I wanted to be friends with these characters. Gia’s dual jobs made me chuckle-I can’t imagine many people working at a bridal boutique and working a second job spying on people to see if they’re cheaters but it totally works. She gets caught spying by our hero, who assumes she’s a voyeur who enjoys watching other couple’s together. Of course Gia has no plans for getting romantically involved with Mark-at least until after she completes a job- but our hero has other plans.
Mark was a fun hero for me. I liked the banter between him and our heroine, I liked how he related to his family. He was just a likeable guy and he made me swoon. Our heroine thinks she goes so unnoticed but Mark always noticed her-which definitely made me fall for him.
I really enjoyed this story from start to finish. It made me laugh out loud and made me swoon, which is exactly what a romantic comedy should do. I would definitely recommend this book.
J.M. Miller currently consumes her coffee in Florida. When she isn't busy being distracted by social media sites, she writes Young Adult and New Adult romance novels that vary in genre from contemporary to paranormal.
Aside from spending time with her family, she loves to travel and will jump at the chance to go anywhere, whenever life allows.
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