B.L.I.S.S. is Dorchester Publishings new Spy Spoof line...female spies that fight the terrible villains of L.O.V.E.R. - League of Violent Economic Revolutionaries - eh, tree-huggers gone radical?? . The other books in the exciting new B.L.I.S.S. line include From Boardwalk with Love by Nina Bangs and The Loving Daylights by Lynsay Sands. I have been sort of going in reverse, having read Lynsay's first - and it's an utter howl. I had broken ribs at the time I was reading hers and it HURT because I was unable to stop laughing. Then I read Nina Bang's. And it was so good!! They are fresh, sexy and so funny!!
I just finished the 2nd in the series, Lisa's...these are a series obviously, but not really dependant upon the other. You will just want to read them all and cannot wait to see what others will follow in this fresh line.
Every time I catch Lisa Cash in writer's chat, she is either coming or going to some exotic locale. She loves to travel, and her wonderful books benefit for her journeys. Dr. Yes, especially. She is rich in details of the faraway places, but she never lets that overwhelm her characters. She always creates quirky, down to earth people that keep you thoroughly entertained.
In Dr. Yes, her character, unlike Lynsay's Book and Nina's book, is not a B.L.I.S.S agent. Rachel Calais is a guide in Nepal, and dashing Harrison Wiles come to her with a request to lead an expedition in the Himalayas on behalf of B.L.I.S.S. to stop the evil villain of the moment. In this case, the seemingly boyish, shy Dr. Alan Archer, the former lover of Rachel, and she knows he is searching for the lost city of Yonam and the rare plant that when refined turned every woman in sex slaves. She knows she must stop him, so she accepts the request to help B.L.I.S.S save the women of the world. They equip her with all sorts of "Q" gadgets and give her Harrison as back up. There is suspense, humour and lot of sizzling sexual tension.
I highly recommend ALL THREE in the B.L.I.S.S. book. Each are gems!!