Hello, Gorgeous!

Hello, Gorgeous!

Large Print - 2007
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Okay, here's the situation: One minute Caitlyn James is out with her sovority sisters; the next, there's a terrible accident (no, not her friend Stacey's tragic outfit), and suddenly Caitlyn's waking up in some weird clinic with the Eggheads du Jour explaining to her that she's now officially a human cyborg and, like it or not, she's working for them now. You know, super-spy style...stopping people from perpetrating evil and all. Now did Caitlyn ask for anything like this? Of course not. After all, she's got a beauty salon to run. If those bad guys need highlights and a pedicure, sure, call her. Otherwise, she'll be at the bar. Granted, it is cool to be able to move faster than a Ford Mustang when she needs to, even if it's totally hard on her shoes. But Caitlyn just wants to get back to her old, normal life. It's just that The Boss--yes, that's really his name--wants her to bring in another human cyborg on the run. And here's the thing about this other cyborg: He's totally gorgeous. Smart. Funny. And as for his, er, "enhancements"? Let's just say he's not faster than a speeding bullet. So what's a former party-girl turned spy-cyborg supposed to do? Arrest the hunk? Turn him in? Neutralize him? As if. Not when the cyber-fun's just getting started. Meet Caitlyn James: the government's new secret weapon. Lord help us. Laugh-out-loud funny and deliciously erotic, Hello, Gorgeous is MaryJanice Davidson's most entertaining and unpredictable romance to date.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Wheeler Pub., 2007, c2005.
ISBN: 9781597224000
Branch Call Number: DAVID
Characteristics: 257 p. ; 21 cm.


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Dec 12, 2012

This was a so-so effort from Davidson. Neither as funny, nor as romantic, as her other stories, with a large dash of creepiness because the heroine has to be unwillingly "re-engineered" by the US government.

foolie4195 Sep 06, 2011

Funny and quirky, a great read on a rainy day

Jun 02, 2010

Funny. It was an easy read. Caitlyn is a fun character and she doesn't pull any punches in saying what she's thinking!

Feb 19, 2010

This was cute and funny. On the light, very light, side.

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foolie4195 Sep 06, 2011

foolie4195 thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over


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