Review of Crazy, Undercover, Love by Nikki Moore

Published: 24th April 2014
Publisher: Harper Impulse
Pages: 296


Uber-feisty career girl Charley Caswell-Wright travels to Barcelona for a weekend assignment as PA to the gorgeous Alex Demetrio, CEO of Demetrio International.

But she’s there under entirely false pretenses: to get her life back on track. Having lost the job she worked so hard to earn, she’s determined not to give it up so easily, especially when she didn’t deserve to lose it in the first place.

Mr Dreamy CEO is her only chance of clawing back her career – and her reputation. So she has to keep things strictly professional… boy, is she in trouble!


Thank you to Nikki for kindly asking me to review her debut novel.

Charley has accepted a job but she’s lying. From the beginning, it’s not made crystal clear what she’s lying about exactly. But be patient, because all is revealed in perfect timing.

The plot quickly heats up when the very attractive but arrogant Alex is introduced. The brakes slam on and the two collide. At first, it’s strictly business but who knows what’ll happen? Will they? Won’t they?

Sometimes with the plot, I had to go back a couple of sentences to re-read as they weren’t made 100% clear but other than that, I found that Nikki’s debut will make her a well established author. The narrator’s voice was clear, the chemistry was perfect and most of all, it was gripping.

Twitter: @NikkiMoore_Auth 


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