Living with Spies

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
From the author of I Married a Pirate, this is a witty romp through expat life in Brussels. Suzie and Lyndon have the perfect marriage, but Suzie just can't help fantasising. Wouldn't it be more fun to be someone else? A WWII spy, a woman of mystery, a dangerous liaison agent? But when she meets an American secret agent, everything shifts gear. Who is he? And a weekend in Paris? More
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Review by: Augustine on June 01, 2014 :
Samantha David takes you on a hell of a ride. I completely fell in love with her flawed, funny and loveable characters. Finally chicklit at its best, without stereotypes and with a truly surprising ending. Only problem you won't be able to put it down, on the plus side you might get some abs from laughing!
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Review by: Dee A Mony on May 23, 2014 :
Samantha David is an outstanding author. She somehow manages to infuse the ordinary with just a touch of whimsy that makes you wonder, 'could this really happen?' Of course it can. I wasn't even sure msyelf who was playing spy and who wasn't, until the very end. An awesome read that will make you hold your breath until the very last page --unless you are laughing or tittering along with her lovable characters.
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Review by: CJ Michaels on May 11, 2014 :
“Living With Spies” precisely captures the comedic essence of living as an expat. Samantha David’s keen observations make us smell the wet cobbles on the streets of Brussels and walk us through the Parc du Cinquantenaire as Suzie, in her imaginary guise of Blanche, yearns for an existence more colorful than reality. The wondering of where Samantha would travel after “I Married a Pirate” is answered and I can’t wait for her next outing.
(review of free book)

Review by: syp0ra on May 11, 2014 :
This book is great, it's funny, gripping, and having bought I Married a Pirate, I love the pictures Samantha creates in her writing! Her subject matter is intriguing and easy to imagine and I can't wait to read In The Doghouse,
(review of free book)

Review by: billrees999 on May 09, 2014 :
Subtly paced, the story is a clever mix of the domestic and the daring business of spying. It’s a novel take on the liberating role that imagination may play in a couple’s relationship.
(review of free book)

Review by: BookWorm303 on April 22, 2014 :
This book is so fresh and bubbly it will keep you awake all night and when you finally get to the end, you'll just start again at Chapter One like I did. Thank goodness Samantha David is still writing!
(review of free book)

Review by: Peter on April 22, 2014 :
This is a fun read, yet another from this author who manages to find the humour in the everyday. From a gentle start the story develops into an unstoppable farce, keeping you guessing but also delivering on the smushy sweet that we all wish we had in our lives (go on, admit it!) Not all that predictable tho' we all know evil will triumph in the end (no spoiler here, sorry!) And I might be lying...
Approaching the end I found myself right in there rooting for out heroine and hoping, wishing it would turn out alright. Oh well can't win them all.. or can you? Put it down once, for ablutions.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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