Thursday, 21 August 2014

Blonde Ops Review

Blonde Ops by Charlotte Bennardo and Natalie Zaman

“Sometimes justice was too sweet”  

Rebecca Jackson or Bec just got expelled from boarding school for hacking into the system to change her grade, her parents are too busy to take care of her so her mother ships her of to Rome to be with Parker, a friend. Parker is an editor for some fashion magazine and Bec will be an intern there.

Before every chapter there’s like a little section telling you different fashion statements or styles which not only relates to the basis of the book but also the main character. Bec has her own sense of style and is quite engrossed with the fashion industry which is unusual with female main characters.

Throughout the entire book Bec sneaked around and hacked into files and yet she had no clue to who was behind the accident. Just when the culprit is about to tell her how he did it does she guess everything. What a mystery novel.

Can Bec catch the person who's after the First Lady, solve the mystery of Parker's accident, and juggle two cute boys at the same time? 

No, no she can’t. This books focus isn’t on the mystery, solving the crime, fashion or Rome it’s on the romance. Our poor heroine is left with the choice of choosing between two guys, oh what a tragedy!

“Dante was fair, Taj, dark. Smiling came easily to Dante, smirking to Taj. Dante  was warm and safe. Taj felt dangerous. And I liked them both.”

Wait a minute; a good guy vs a bad boy. Now it’s gonna be impossible for her to choose.

But all that aside I surprisingly enjoyed the novel; I don’t really know why but it was a fun read and I do sort of want a sequel.


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