Love Undercover by Jo Edwards

Posted January 25, 2009 by Kaitlynn in 2 stars, contemporary, review, standalone / 1 Comment

Title: Love Undercover
Author: Jo Edwards
Rating: 2 stars

True love needs no disguise.

Kaitlyn Nichols craves a little mystery and mayhem in her life. Having a secret agent for a father should do the trick, but unfortunately Dad is no 007, and danger is nowhere on the horizon.

But all that changes when Mr. Nichols brings home Blaine, a seventeen-year-old hottie who’s about to enter the Witness Protection Program. Suddenly Kaitlyn’s in the perilous position of protecting the cutest guy she’s ever met!

When Dad enrolls Blaine in her high school, it’s up to Kait to detect the girls who want him…and the guys who want him dead. Meanwhile, Kait’s about to discover that there’s one little thing she can’t protect — her heart.

Overall: Love Undercover was a fun and easy read. The main charcters Kaitlyn and Blaine/Gordon were cute but still a little cliche. Nothing new really happened in this book. The two main character overcame whatever obstacles stood in their way and ended up happily ever after. The ending was definitely predictable and there wasn’t really any mystery in this book. I wouldn’t really recommend this book unless you are really bored and have nothin better to do.

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One response to “Love Undercover by Jo Edwards

  1. I was underwhelmed with this one. The ro-com line has some gems – Jennifer Echols and Niki Burnham come to mind – but they also have some quite average reads. This was one of those.


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