Houseboat on the Nile
Publish date: March 30th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 350
Edition language: English
Series: Spy vs. Spook original online fiction (#1)
The rivalry between these two was a bit silly. All because of their employers. Neither wanted to own up to their attraction. Boys!
Re-read on July/2014This story had previously been a DNF for me, but I have taken the time to limit my DNF shelf and I decided to finish this story to see if I liked it better. Sadly, I didn't. The alternating redundancy of the same events by switching POV's became exceedingly annoying and only serv...
This book deserves and then some!!! The plot was thrilling, I liked that the MCs worked for different and rival organizations. The rivalry made for some very funny moments :DI liked that Mark Vincent was all prickly, misunderstood and soo paranoid , but also so sweet when it came to his sweethear...
3-3.5 starsI liked it. Right? Sometimes too much info is too much and then not enough? Do you get what I'm saying???Anyways, I really LIKE Vince. And I really like Mann. And I like the sarcasm, the witt and maybe I like the games? I didn't like reading the same thing over again in the 2 different PO...
4 stars...maybe, I have no idea if that is an honest reflection of how I feel about this book or not. It seems right. This book was weird. Like weird. I mean...most cop/Spy/CIA/FBI, etc books have some kind of plot relating to some big case going down, some terrorist cell to get rid of or a smugglin...