Spotless
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  • 1
    Spotless: Spotless Series, Book 1 | Camilla Monk

    Spotless: Spotless Series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Camilla Monk
    • Narrated By Amy McFadden
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (348)
    Performance
    (328)
    Story
    (328)

    Island Chaptal - nerdy IT engineer by day, romance novel junkie by night - just walked into her messy New York apartment to find Mr. Right waiting for her. No, wait...Mr. Clean. A gentleman professional killer with a bad case of OCD and zero tolerance for unsorted laundry, March isn't there to kill her...yet. He wants the diamond her late mother stole for a sinister criminal organization. Island agrees to help him find it, facing the kind of adversaries who dismember first and ask questions later. Good thing she's got March to show her the ropes. And the guns. And the knives.

    Fabulous!

    Books aren't any better for me. Intelligent story with a perfect narrator, I want more, more, more!

    Reviewed on August 29 2016 by Chela Masters ()
  • 2
    Beating Ruby: Spotless, Book 2 | Camilla Monk

    Beating Ruby: Spotless, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 27 mins)
    • By Camilla Monk
    • Narrated By Amy McFadden
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (258)
    Performance
    (243)
    Story
    (244)

    Life hasn't been quite the same for computer engineer Island Chaptal since March, when an OCD-ridden professional killer burst into her life to clean her bedroom and take her on a global chase for a legendary diamond. Sadly, the (hit) man doesn't just break bones; he breaks hearts, too. Since then, Island has found solace in Alex - the perfect boyfriend - and Ruby, a software project about to revolutionize online banking security...for the worse.

    Caribbean needs work

    Story was as good as the first. So was narrator. However, Caribbean accent was terrible. Narrator should spend more time in Jamaica.

    Reviewed on May 22 2017 by Chocolate Pop Tart (St. Petersburg, FL United States)
  • 3
    Crystal Whisperer: Spotless Series, Book 3 | Camilla Monk

    Crystal Whisperer: Spotless Series, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Camilla Monk
    • Narrated By Amy McFadden
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (254)
    Performance
    (238)
    Story
    (235)

    Perpetually foiled romance heroine Island Chaptal and reformed cleaning expert March - or is it Mr. November? - are enjoying a pleasant break in South Africa, after brushing with death in the inhospitable and platypus-infested mountains of Liechtenstein. That is, until a commercial flight disintegrates over the Atlantic, killing hundreds, and Island's supervillain dad makes the news as the mastermind behind the attack. Old Lion Dries is now on the run, and he calls upon his last ally - and favorite disciple - March.

    LOVE IT

    A man is supposed to keep his woman, well feed, well dressed and well fucked. That is the best line in the book. My first tears came after Joy, Island..Show More »

    Reviewed on December 22 2016 by Yvonne (Southfield, mi, United States)
  • 4
    Butterfly in Amber: Spotless, Book 4 | Camilla Monk

    Butterfly in Amber: Spotless, Book 4

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Camilla Monk
    • Narrated By Amy McFadden
    Overall
    (155)
    Performance
    (140)
    Story
    (140)

    Under a blanket of snow, surrounded by dark woods and a frozen sea, lies an ogre's castle. There lives a little princess, trapped in the maze of her own mind. On a battlefield where the past meets the present stands a fairy godmother and a pirate, an old ice cream man and a knight in shining clean armor. The clock is ticking fast, and to pierce the ogre's secrets and defeat him, Island Chaptal will have to fight to remember...and stay alive. Can the Lions and the Roomba cats be stopped before it's too late?

    Good but not as good as the first three...

    The best part of the book is at the end when revelations are made. Other than that, the plot was a bit slow and the trope used (amnesia) was a bit unn..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 01 2017 by Deborah Boyd ()