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  1. andie andie says:

    Reviewed for TeensReadToo

    Kaitlyn Nichols doesn't have your typical parents. Her father is a member of the FBI secret service and is often gone for long periods of time. Her mother is a sex (excuse me, relationship) columnist, and her research frequently involves piles of thongs and condoms lying around the house. However, despite what one might think, her parents' work doesn't usually affect Kaitlyn too much. Until now.

    Enter Blaine Donovan, AKA Gordon, AKA the son of a Texas billionaire, AKA major hottie. Blaine's father is in the middle of a big business deal, and his rivals have started threatening the family. So, Kaitlyn's dad has put Blaine in the Witness Protection Program as Gordon Dennis Nichols, Kaitlyn's third-cousin who has come to live with her family and go to school with her for a few months. Now Kaitlyn is responsible for keeping Blaine safe and watching for anything suspicious. She brushes up on her spy tricks by watching Alias, The Bourne Identity, and James Bond, and she feels ready to handle anything that comes her way. But when she starts to fall for Blaine, she realizes that she's broken the number one rule of being a secret agent: she's gotten emotionally involved.

    I've really enjoyed all the books in the Simon Romantic Comedies series, and LOVE UNDERCOVER is a great addition. The spy stuff doesn't overwhelm the book, but it's just enough to be fun, and Kaitlyn deals with problems that every teenager faces: liking the popular boy who doesn't know you exist, dealing with mean popular girls, and occasionally keeping secrets even from best friends. I definitely hope that Jo Edwards contributes more books to the Romantic Comedies series – and soon!


  2. Geli Geli says:

    I found this book to be very cute. Its very simple but still fun. the whole spy part of the book made it more interesting. I love the characters and the story line. This is a fun quick read that should be part of your collection.


  3. J.B. J.B. says:

    This is an entertaning, fast-paced book, GREAT BOOK!.


  4. Tiffany Tiffany says:

    This had the potential of being a very cute story but was weighed down by other factors I didn't care for. Her mother is a sex columnist which causes many unneccessary sexual topics. There was also more swearing then normal in these Simon Romantic comedies. I also don't care for stories where a couple meets a crush develops but the story lacks information of them getting to know each other well. These two seemed to know each other pretty well but there was the lack of that part of the story within the story.


  5. Mimi Mimi says:

    I did not get past the first chapter or two in this book. It begins by discussing the teenager's parents' careers. The dad is an FBI agent, and that's fine. But the mother just became the sex columnist for a newspaper, and the teenager goes on about all of the embarrassing topics her mother is writing about. Then the book goes on about how all teenagers do is talk about sex.

    Obviously, I was not interested. I do not recommend this book.


  6. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    This was pretty cute but very juvenile. Things were forced, awkward or just weird in places.


  7. °☆.。.:*・Arianna°☆.。.:*・ °☆.。.:*・Arianna°☆.。.:*・ says:

    The actual rating is 3.5 stars.


    The beginning was intriguing how the author introduced the book. It was really entertaining, especially with the suspense combined with a little romance. Compared to the other mundane Simon Pulse books I have read, where they use the same general format for love, this one was different. It actually had some drama going on outside of the romance happening in the story.

    It gets a little slow until, one day, Kaitlyn thinks that her dad has come home from doing his usual boring desk job, until all of a sudden he takes in Blaine, this hot stranger. Turns out that her dad's new assignment is to keep Blaine (aka the hot guy, also temporarily known as Gordon [his undercover name]). For his transfers to her school, Kaitlyn must watch out and protect Blaine from any suspecting people that wish to harm him.

    All is well, with getting Blaine adjusted to school life. Blaine and Kaitlyn are getting along great and are even becoming good friends, that is until Amber, (view spoiler)[ Kaitlyn's sworn enemy (since Amber and her friends laced her best friend, Morgan's Gatorade with Ex-Lax, before tryouts for forward), swoops in. Amber finds out that Gordon is going to be attending school, and she doesn't waste time to get the hot new guy by her side.

    Blaine may be a nice guy who happens to be hot and rich, but I cannot believe how blind he is to Amber's ways. You would think that he would think that there was a reason that Amber is her mortal enemy, but no he thinks that Amber is a really sweet girl when she is actually a she devil in disguise. I just don't get how he just believes Amber and then doubted Kaitlyn, and doesn't even hear her out. Wish he saw Amber when she showed her true colors, especially when she revealed all the things hat she did; because I really hate that chick, especially when she said, You know something? I've never broken up a family before. Friendships, yes, boyfriends and girlfriends, yes. But a family? That's a new one. Should be fun. Made me want to slap her.

    It was interesting when the car was following them. It was exciting and I liked the father-daughter moment Kaitlyn has with her dad. It was nice having them bond over their cautious actions against danger. It also got kind of exciting when Mr. Dimitri takes Blaine and Kaitlyn tries to save him. (hide spoiler)]


  8. Jennifer Wardrip Jennifer Wardrip says:

    Reviewed by Andie Z. for TeensReadToo.com

    Kaitlyn Nichols doesn't have your typical parents. Her father is a member of the FBI secret service and is often gone for long periods of time. Her mother is a sex (excuse me, relationship) columnist, and her research frequently involves piles of thongs and condoms lying around the house. However, despite what one might think, her parents' work doesn't usually affect Kaitlyn too much. Until now.

    Enter Blaine Donovan, AKA Gordon, AKA the son of a Texas billionaire, AKA major hottie. Blaine's father is in the middle of a big business deal, and his rivals have started threatening the family. So, Kaitlyn's dad has put Blaine in the Witness Protection Program as Gordon Dennis Nichols, Kaitlyn's third-cousin who has come to live with her family and go to school with her for a few months.

    Now Kaitlyn is responsible for keeping Blaine safe and watching out for anything suspicious. She brushes up on her spy tricks by watching Alias, The Bourne Identity, and James Bond, and she feels ready to handle anything that comes her way. But when she starts to fall for Blaine, she realizes that she's broken the number one rule of being a secret agent: she's gotten emotionally involved.

    I've really enjoyed all the books in the Simon Romantic Comedies series, and LOVE UNDERCOVER is a great addition. The spy stuff doesn't overwhelm the book, but it's just enough to be fun, and Kaitlyn deals with problems that every teenager faces: liking the popular boy who doesn't know you exist, dealing with mean popular girls, and occasionally keeping secrets, even from best friends. I definitely hope that Jo Edwards contributes more books to the Romantic Comedies series -- and soon!


  9. Vivian Vivian says:

    Kaitlyn has a father who works as a secret agent. Sounds cool right? Actually, no. It's not as exciting as it seems. Usually, he's just filing papers or doing some kind of office work. BORINNG.. But then one day, he unexpectedly brings home Blaine, a witness in need of a safe house to stay in until he is no longer in danger. Kaitlyn's dad enrolls him in her high school with a fake identity as Kaitlyn's cousin, giving her the duty of protecting him as well as reporting any suspicious contact. But then as Kaitlyn and Blaine get to know each other, Kaitlyn becomes emotionally attached to him, but..how can she love him when he's suppose to be her cousin?

    A humorous and cute read, but if my experiences with Simon's romantic comedies stay true, it will not be very memorable. It's probably not the best out of the stack either but it's certainly a page turner. I finished this in just two days, which is fast for my usually slow as a turtle reading pace :P . The plot is simple and not cliche. The characters are quirky but likable, especially Kaitlyn. Blaine is adorable but oftentimes is too polite to be realistic. Also, some of his dialogue comes off as a little fake. Idunoo.. doesn't seem to me like a teenage boy would shout OH No! after he gets caught awkwardly dancing along to a song on his ipod. So like I mentioned before, it's no Nicholas Sparks, but the romance is there and it's a really fun and cute read to pass time.


  10. Nina Zheng Nina Zheng says:

    I really like this book because it is really interesting and humorous. It is pretty easy to read and understand so it really is fun to read when you are bored and would like something fun to do. This book makes you crave for more. So much that you hate it when it ends and makes you wish that it was a series instead of one book. This book is a little different than what I usually read in that it doesn't include the supernatural but it is similar in that it includes romance and the surreal although it can happen just that I don't know anyone that it can happen to since it includes things that are not part of my life. Not that it's bad in anyway since it does make the story more interesting.
    The main character in this story is Kaitlin. In the beginning of the book, she introduces her mom and then goes to her friend, Morgan's house for a sleepover where she thinks about the things her mom said. However, something surprising happens and she has to go home where she finds a stranger in her house. Thinking that he might be a robber, she gets ready to defend herself. Unexpectedly, the stranger was a major hottie and he is going to be living with her for the time being due to certain circumstances.


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Love Undercover (Simon Romantic Comedies) [KINDLE] ❁ Love Undercover (Simon Romantic Comedies) ❄ Jo Edwards – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk 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 , and danger is nowhere o 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 , and danger is nowhere on the horizonBut all that changes when Mr Nichols brings home Blaine, a seventeenyearold 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 himd the guys who want him dead Meanwhile, Kait's about to discover that there's one little thing she can't protecther heart.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Love Undercover (Simon Romantic Comedies)
  • Jo Edwards
  • English
  • 19 January 2017
  • 9781416924654

About the Author: Jo Edwards

Jo Edwards also writes under the name Johanna Edwards.