This is the third of the B.L.I.S.S. spy spoofs and the second best (with From Boardwalk With Love being the best). Not as Bond-ish as the first, but way better than the second, this tale centers around Jane, youngest member of the spy-packed Spyrus (Spy-R-Us) family. But Jane is not a field Operative. Instead she works in development, creating the deadly and useful gadgets for the field agents.
But when her best friend disappears, Jane finds herself in the field armed with missile-launching vibrators, shrinking condoms and numerous other innocent-looking items as she and Abel Andretti must take on Dirk Ensecksi and plans to control the world.
This is a fun story with a good plot, interesting characters, gadgets galore, and a pretty good romance. However, unlike the first novel in the series, this one misses the mark on a lot of James Bond stuff. After all, this is supposed to be a parody of the lethal, jet-setting spy. No code numbers here. No casinos, exotic locations, or romantic suspense. But it is definitely a very fun book.