Evie Undercover Paperback – 7 Jul 2015
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About the Author
After graduating in Law in the UK, Liz moved to California where she led a very varied life - from cocktail waitressing on Sunset Strip to CEO of a large Japanese trading company. Upon returning to England, she completed a degree in English and then taught for a number of years before developing her writing career. She is published by Choc Lit. Her debut novel, THE ROAD BACK, was voted Book of the Year 2012 by US Coffee Time & Romance, and in the same year, EVIE UNDERCOVER was published, first on kindle, and recently in paperback. A BARGAIN STRUCK, published in September 2013, was shortlisted for the RoNA for Best Romantic Historical, and later in the year, THE ART OF DECEPTION, a contemporary novel set in Italy, was published digitally. A WESTERN HEART, a novella set in Wyoming 1880, was published digitally in spring 2014. THE LOST GIRL, her most recent full-length novel, was brought out in 2015. Liz has a story in each of Choc Lit's anthologies: ANGEL CAKE in Choc Lit Love Match, and CUPCAKE in Kisses & Cupcakes. Each anthology is a collection of short stories by Choc Lit authors, with a recipe accompanying each story.
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I understand this was the fault of the narrator and not the writer) ........but the language was the writers choice!
Why, for goodness sake, do we have to have this vulgar language in print, and the spoken word in audiobooks, are we not bombarded with it enough in other forms of entertainment, and in the streets these days, is it really necessary to use it to show emotion of anger, surprise or incredulity in a book or anywhere else, surely there are better alternative words in the English Dictionary to describe any emotion in a far better way.
I know that my Family and I may sadly be in the minority these days, but feel that to buy and read a book is for enjoyment in ones own personal space, and without filthy language throughout, is not asking too much of authors.
But if there is no alternative, then please show on the front cover that vulgarity is used, so we can choose not to purchase, also giving us a fair choice in our reading material.
The setting was so beautiful and made for a perfect background to the love story.
If you like a good romance, beautiful scenery and a well written book, then this is the book for you!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, even though EVie's character didn't seem as well put together as she could have been by this I mean that she seems to chop and change the way in which she reacts to things and although the book started with her relaying to us much of what was going going on in her head in the first scorpion scene, by mid way, the book stopped doing this as much.