This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
Summary: “Fans of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum will absolutely adore Davis Way and her many mishaps.” – RT Book Reviews
On behalf of USA TODAY bestselling author Gretchen Archer and the entire Henery Press crew, welcome aboard flight DOUBLE UP. Fasten your seatbelts for non-stop action as stiff competition blows into town and the resulting turbulence threatens to take down the Bellissimo Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. Super Secret Spy Davis Way Cole, who lives on the twenty-ninth floor of the hotel with her CEO husband and newborn twins, takes it hard. If the casino goes belly up, she won’t be a stay-at-home mom because she won’t have a home. Not to mention her husband won’t have a job.
Davis can’t find a way to stop the inevitable end of the Bellissimo life she loves until her ex-ex-mother-in-law shows up, unexpected and definitely uninvited. Davis makes the best of a bad Bea Crawford situation and recruits her for a little corporate espionage work, which would’ve been great, had Bea not turned out to be the world’s worst spy.
Seatbacks and tray tables in their upright positions as we prepare for a bumpy ride with babies, bankruptcies, besties, and shrimp. (Shrimp?)
Enjoy your flight.
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
I have been laughing with Davis Way for over a year now and I always, always, ALWAYS look forward to more Davis adventures.
Davis is the South’s answer to Stephanie Plum and you have to love her. Love a book that is set in a casino in Mississippi!
While Davis was busy carrying the twins, giving birth to the twins, then taking care of the twins- a new casino was planning a sneak attack on the Bellissimo. Davis, for many reasons, feels at fault. She missed the signs. Her team is broken. Everything that she held near and dear to her at Bellissimo is changed and in Davis’s eyes close to tainted.
So, when her ex-ex-mother in law comes strolling into town, it’s another problem for Davis. Except it’s a good problem. With Bea’s help, Davis gets the kick in the booty she needs to get her casino back in business.
Because over at the Blitz- trouble is a-brewing and Davis is going to figure it out.
What I liked:
The interaction between Davis and Bea. Bea usually is a pain in the neck, but this time Bea is doing good things for Davis. I see them approaching friend-isssssssh territory. Maybe.
The ending. Wow. That’s all I’ll say.
Bottom line: Looking for a fun read? Meet Davis Way!
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*
Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T