Elizabeth Bevarly
Overnight Male
April 13, 2018 Comments.. 658
Overnight Male Is there any mission dangerous than a hot one night stand In the world of international espionage Lila Moreau is as tough as they come But she s finally ready to trade in her secret double life for d

  • Title: Overnight Male
  • Author: Elizabeth Bevarly
  • ISBN: 9780373772148
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • Is there any mission dangerous than a hot one night stand In the world of international espionage, Lila Moreau is as tough as they come But she s finally ready to trade in her secret double life for domestic bliss That is, after she takes care of one last vendetta to bring in rogue agent Adrian Padgett before he unleashes disaster.But to find him and his band of meIs there any mission dangerous than a hot one night stand In the world of international espionage, Lila Moreau is as tough as they come But she s finally ready to trade in her secret double life for domestic bliss That is, after she takes care of one last vendetta to bring in rogue agent Adrian Padgett before he unleashes disaster.But to find him and his band of merry hackers, Lila must infiltrate small, snooty Waverly College All while breaking in her sexy new partner, Joel Faraday Sounds like a challenge even for a superspy.Soon Joel starts to distract her in ways than just the professional And he s determined to lure Lila into the most impossible mission of alllove.

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    1. jenjn79 says:

      Rating: 2.5 / 5This will be a shorter review than I normally write because I just can't think of much to say about this book. It didn't grab me and mostly just bored me.Overnight Male is the long-awaited third and last book in Elizabeth Bevarly's OPUS series. This one features the mysterious Lila Moreau. Lila is a total hardcore loner bad-ass with a reputation as a kick-ass secret agent. For years she, and the rest of OPUS, have been trying to capture Adrian Padgett, a former OPUS agent who turn [...]

    2. Kimberly says:

      This book was just ok I wasn't to keen on the characters. Lila is a kick butt kinda women rethinking her life sure I get that but the one she falls for Joel is a wuss Yes he is supposed to be the geek part of the partnership but come on he gets kidnapped by 3 geeks who biggest activity is playing video games and in another instance he fights one man while Lila has to save him and get the other two or rescue him from the kidnapping come on didn't he go thru spy training too???

    3. Amanda says:

      This review will seem familiar because the same review will go for every book in this series, and that's not a bad thing. It was a fun and fast read. I would recommend to anyone who was looking for something that didn't require a lot of thought. It was cute and worth a beach read or a rainy day read to fill your time. I am giving it a two star even thought I would like to give it a two and half star because even though the book wasn't very deep it was still greatly entertaining.

    4. Laura says:

      Final in the series. Okay ending, but not my favorite series of books. They all took me longer to read than most other books. I just couldn't get into the books so much. Sometimes it seems as though too much time is spent describing the scenery and it doesn't really add to the book.

    5. Ann (Noumena12) says:

      I enjoyed this fun series!

    6. Sylvia says:

      Modern

    7. Santha says:

      didn't finish ituldn't really get into it.

    8. Lisa says:

      The finale book for the OPUS series, this continues the story of Lila Moreau, super agent. Fun story, but you should read the rest of the series before this one.

    9. ChampagneL8T says:

      Good mystery Hot romance.

    10. Mary Pat says:

      Far out espionage, at least I hope it is far out

    11. Carol says:

      This was a satisfying if slightly sappy ending for all of the characters in the OPUS series. But in the end it is more romance novel than spy thriller, so that's okay.

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