light, fun, no brainer. I enjoyed it and I haven't enjoyed many books lately. I wasn't expecting much, and it delivered a bit more than that. I may get the next one when I need a break from Mc Carthy or the like.
Yes, it's a fun read. Entertaining - and doesn't take itself too seriously.
Any of the other books in the Evanovich/Goldberg series.
The scene where Nick dives off the roof to get away from Kate. It was funny and thrilling.
NICOLAS FOX MAKES BEING BAD SO MUCH FUN.
For a die hard FBI agent and former Navy SEAL, striking a deal and working with a known fugitive was going to stretch Special Agent Kate O'Hare way out side of her comfort zones. Having the talent to get what he wanted made Nicolas (Nick) Fox the perfect man to help do what the FBI and other law enforcement agencies where not allowed to do, get some of the most elusive and wealthy embezzlers.
Book 1..... What a set up for a multiple book series. The concept leaves room for unlimited books, the combination of Janet Evanovich (writer of the Stephanie Plum series) and Lee Goldberg (writer of the Monk series) seems to lend to a interesting and detailed Con game full of interesting characters and fun international travel.
This book was great and the narrator did a fine job. What I don't get, though, is why the narrator was male. The main character is female.
The narrator was awesome and the story was even better. I have purchased all the books in this series and look forward to the new release that's coming out soon. Thank you for the experience!