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doc ð Spies Lies and Allies ✓ Paperback read ç Summers are supposed to be fun right? Not mine I’ve got a job at my dad’s company which is sponsoring a college scholarship competition I just found out that in addition to my job assisting the competing interns I’m supposed to vote for the winner Totally not what I si’s not enough an anonymous informant with insider intel is trying to sabotage my dad’s company on social mediaand I’m afraid it's workingMuch as I’d love to uit I can’t Kristoffs Never uit is our family motto I just hope there’s than one survivor by the end of this summe 455 StarsSpies Lies and Allies had me a laughing sighing swooning mess This was such an adorable book and it almost had a Breakfast Club feel to it at times which I absolutely loved When I finished that last page I realized that Lisa Brown Roberts has become one of my favorite authors Each time I pick up a book by her I not only fall in love with the characters and story line but I always have the hugest smile on my face while I'm reading I did just that with Spies Lies and Allies and I can't recommend it enough “Did anyone ever tell you your eyes look just like Hershey’s Kisses?” Omigod That was my outside voice In hopes of spending time with her dad Laurel Kristofferson got a job at his company over the summer She would be assisting the new interns and at the end of the project she would help vote for which intern would win a 100k scholarship You guys I loved Laurel right from the start Yes she was Star Wars obsessed huge heads up about that but she had me laughing from the nicknames she gave people to her Facebook stalking to her reactions to something as simple as someone else leaving notes in her notebook But she was so much than a teenage girl who made me laugh I felt as though I got to grow up right along side her So many of her feelings and insecurities took me back to moments in my past where I felt just like her I sneak a peek at Carlos If I had to vote today I’d vote for him He was so passionate when he spoke and he did so much research and he— he— My brain shuts off as he raises his head and meets my gaze one corner of his delicious mouth uirking up Delicious ? What is wrong with me? There was four summer interns Carlos Elijah Ashley and Jason competing for the scholarship And alongside them was Trish whose father worked at the company They were all so different from one another and their first project was to work together as a team They had rocky moments with each other especially Trish and Laurel But we watched as they tried to put aside their differences and take those first few awkward steps to form a friendship It wasn't easy and mistakes were definitely made along the way But I loved watching them all figure out how to mesh together as a team It was so entertaining and smile inducing I’m indignant but my body is also buzzing from the adrenaline of this this whatever we’re doing Are we just joking around? Or are we flirting? Whatever it is I don’t want it to stop But it has to I’d never forgive myself if he was disualified because of me When Laurel was at work she constantly found herself drawn to Carlos They could joke so seamlessly together but it always had this undercurrent of electricity Sparks flew any time Laurel and Carlos were around each other and I found myself gripping onto every word they said to each other It made me feel like I was falling in love for the first time all over again But nothing could happen between them There was a no fraternizing rule at work and if it was broken Carlos would get kicked off the team and lose his opportunity for the scholarship Sigh I have to say that Carlos was so easy to love He was thoughtful smart and such a hard worker He also stood up for Laurel and every once in a while a little bit of jealously would peak through I loved everything about him But Laurel? She could be so clueless at times since she didn't have much experience with boys “And you’re a lot smarter than I thought you were” An ironic smile curves her lips “You’re still a princess but you’re of a Fiona than a Sleeping Beauty” Trish to Laurel There was so many hidden gems in this story about friendships and family relationships I absolutely loved the interactions between Trish and Laurel Trish could be so bitchy towards Laurel and they seemed like polar opposites Yet I loved watching Laurel find her backbone and I have a feeling that a lot of people are going to love this part of the story But I also loved watching her relationship with her dad develop It was funny awkward and had moments of hurt and love all rolled together Laurel and her dad came to become one of my favorite fatherdaughter relationships in any book I've read It warmed my heart and there was so much emotion between the two of them So if you adore relationships outside of the couple you are definitely in for a treat “But we’re not supposed to fraternize Rule number eight Remember all the exclamation points?” He takes a long sip of water so I take the opportunity to stare at his mouth “I see rules as suggestions” He sets his glass on the table and his lips take their sweet time curving into a tempting smile There is so much I'm not even touching on but pick up this book and you'll discover my love for Elijah or the ridiculous daily jokes Laurel told Miss Emmaline or even the mystery that was in this story But my favorite thing was that I couldn't make it than a few pages without busting out laughing or having the hugest grin on my face And I won't ever forget how a scene towards the end made me cry I absolutely loved Spies Lies and Allies So if you adore YA Romance you definitely have to give one of her books a try I wish I was like Rey in The Force Awakens brave and tough Or Princess Leia snarky and brilliant But right now I feel like a young Anakin Skywalker when no one thought he was capable of piloting his own Podracer let alone winning a race PS I have to give a heads up that there were A LOT of Stars Wars references she even calls her dad Vader And at first I was definitely confused You see I've seen six of the movies but that was forever and a day ago And besides kinda knowing the characters names and what they looked like that's it Yup sorry lol So when we kept getting Stars Wars references I thought this book may not be the best fit for me But I was completely wrong Even if there were probably a few things I completely missedI totally had to Google stuff like AlderaanI still loved every single minute of it Oh I didn't get the Harry Potter references too Yes I know I'm an awful human being lol But hey I got The Big Bang Theory reference haPPS There were a few moments between Carlos and Elijah that I would have died to be able to know what they were saying Does anybody else feel that way too?? 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Summers are supposed to be fun right? Not mine I’ve got a job at my dad’s company which is sponsoring a college scholarship competition I just found out that in addition to my job assisting the competing interns I’m supposed to vote for the winner Totally not what I signed up RATING 435ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my ownI've been on a huge contemporary kick ever since April started read about 6 so far and this is definitely one of my favorites😍❤️High school senior Laurel Kristoff doesn’t want to spend her summer working for her father at his evil empire but if she doesn’t he’s yanking her future college tuition Once on the job Laurel is thrown for a loop when she’s assigned as personal assistant AKA corporate spy to an arrogant crop of college interns competing for her dad’s approval and the grand prize As her summer spins out of control Laurel struggles to pacify the crazy guy running the internship convince the interns she’s not a spoiled daddy’s girl and track down the real corporate spy leaking secret company data on social mediaAll while trying not to fall for the charms of one particular intern who’s determined to win the competitionand herThe plot is really entertaining I loved the friendships that developed and the Star Wars Breakfast Club and Scooby Doo references I don't even like Star Wars sue me but I found the characters' fascination with it absolutely adorable ☺️❤️I liked how the book tackled the topic of sexism in the work environment I think it's important for us young adults to learn about this issue as we enter adulthood I would definitely read a seuel to this Can we make that happen please? Like Carlos and Laurel's relationship started at the very end of the book😪 I hate when that happens it always leaves me wanting which is problably the author's purpose lol

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Spies Lies and AlliesForMy boss is running the competition like it’s an episode of Survivor Then there’s Carlos who is well very distracting––in a good way But I can’t even think about him like that because fraternizing on the job means instant disualification for the intern involvedAs if that First of all I have to say I am not a native english speaker so please I prefer to not be attacked if I made any mistakes Instead of do that it would be nice if you corrected me thank you Most importantly I would like to thank NetGalley and publishers for allowing me to read this book Thank you very much RELEASE DATE MAY FIRST 2018 Summer comes early with this adorable contemporary I needed some fluffy contemporary and I am so happy publishers accepted my reuest Don’t miss this bookIt talks about Laurel a girl who is going to spend the summer at her dad’s company hoping she will spend some time with her dad who is always working In the meantime at the company 4 kids arrive to win a scholarship her dad promised them But only one of them will win Lauriel whose vote will count twice will be their assistant LIKES ✔ I’ll start saying this is my first Lisa Brown Roberts book As I was on Goodreads I noticed she wrote books I have never heard of before If I had to compare her with most popular authors I’d say fans of Jenny Han and Stephanie Perkins will definitely enjoy this book The author’s style is refreshing fluid and funny I have enjoyed all the book but I admit it was a little hard to get used to her style Maybe because when I started the book I wasn’t feeling that great because her style is easy simple and perfect for writing about teenagers falling in love✔ Time to talk about the romance because it is important First of all it’s a slow burning romance one of my favourite It doesn’t matter how I will wait for them to kiss slow burning romances are the ones that I most enjoy reading Beside that the main couple is so adorable I have just caught diabetes I do think it’s a perfect summer read and not only because it’s set in summer ✔ But romance isn’t the only theme treated in the book also the friendship between the interners and Laurel will melt your heart Once Laurel starts getting to know all the interners she will discover how different they are compared on how she judged them on the first day So yeah along with the romance also the friendship is slow burning I loved the bond between each single one of them ✔ Characters are all so enjoyable and cute I don’t think you will hate anyone The characterization isn’t so so much well done buuut I liked it It’s simple and maybe a little bit stereotyped but well written ✔ One of the things I also loved was Laurel and her dad’s bond Parents are a hard theme in YAs and have pretty different roles depending on how the authors want to be their books looking realistic Look I don’t know why but authors seem to enjoy cutting parents scenes If you are writing a YA and talking about teenagers parents are important They are sort of the first example the child receives and most of times the cause of their personality All this to say the author of this book took seriously this important thing and I am glad she did ✔ This book was damn funny and can we just talk about how much I love books that can make you laugh?? Of course books don’t have to be always educating they can be an escape what were you thinking? ✔ Lisa Brown Roberts gave justice to all the nerds by creating such amazing characters as the protagonist and Elijah one of the interns I lived for their Stars Wars references I won’t lie It was nice for once reading of a female – in this book even the protagonist who likes films books and first of all that isn’t stereotyped at all I liked her and that is so weird of me since I always dislike females in books DISLIKES ✘ Lexi Laurel’s best friend was kind of cliché and flat I feel sorry to say this since I liked overall the book a lot but have to Not that I didn’t like her she was just too muck ‘okay’ and not so defined as the others In the book one thing happens – if I told you it would be a spoiler so I keep my mouth shout but it felt forced and completely unnatural for me Above all unnecessary and useless for the story So to buy or to not buy? If you like fluffy contemporaries and slow burning romance then yes if you want a book a little bit demanding therefore try something else Blog | Bookstagram | Google | Pinterest | Tumblr