Thursday, June 29, 2017

Review: My Summer Job

 
I received a copy through YA Bound  Book Tours for review. This in no way affects my review.

Siobhan Murphy is an average teenager: smart, hardworking, ambitious… and a bit of smart aleck. She has a terrific family and great friends. She also has out of control curly red hair, freckles on top of her freckles and a less than model like body. Siobhan has decided that this is her year to land the perfect summer job—a job that pays a ton of money, is a lot of fun, and will give her valuable experience to add to her resume.

After a chance encounter with the very stylish Natasha Romanoff, Siobhan is offered a job as her assistant. What she doesn’t realize, until she actually starts work, is that the very stylish Natasha runs an escort service.

Her job is pretty uncomplicated: type letters, book appointments, walk Natasha’s massive pair of Great Danes… the usual. But then Natasha and Lucius—her former husband and current business associate – ask Siobhan to befriend a couple of the escorts whom they suspect of indulging in a little hanky-panky on the side. Strictly against agency rules, BTW. Always game for an adventure Siobhan puts on her Sherlock Holmes hat and befriends the girls, but what Siobhan—along with her bestie and fellow sleuth, Marcy—discover is that there’s an awful lot more than just hanky-panky going on.
 
 
I really enjoyed this one! I don't often read stories like this, and normally don't even like this type of content, but this was a perfect summer time read! Funny, entertaining, and well written! I enjoyed reading about these characters, and the plot was well handled. I also loved the surprises that Siobhan was constantly encountering!  Haha! I was never quite sure what to expect, and I loved that!

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