Best Read [Jessica Brody] ↠ Love Under Cover || [Travel Book] PDF ☆

By Jessica Brody | Comments: ( 496 ) | Date: ( Aug 24, 2019 )

Can a former fidelity inspector tear herself away from her old calling for the sake of the perfect guy, or is the temptation to conduct love under cover just too strong Jennifer Hunter never saw herself as the relationship type After all, she d spent the last two years of her life as an undercover fidelity inspector, hired to test men s faithfulness not exactly the kind oCan a former fidelity inspector tear herself away from her old calling for the sake of the perfect guy, or is the temptation to conduct love under cover just too strong Jennifer Hunter never saw herself as the relationship type After all, she d spent the last two years of her life as an undercover fidelity inspector, hired to test men s faithfulness not exactly the kind of job that lends itself to intimacy But when Jamie Richards walked into her life, everything changed, and Jennifer vowed to trade in her undercover lifestyle for something normal That s why she formed the Hawthorne Agency five full time fidelity inspectors, hired to carry out Jennifer s mission while she manages the process from a safe relationship saving distance Jen s business is booming, and just when it seems like things can t possibly get any better, Jamie proposes Despite her lifelong issues with trust and commitment, Jen says yes But can a woman who s seen nothing but failed marriages ever come to terms with tying the knot herself And when Jen receives a frantic phone call from one of her employees in trouble, she s forced to make a choice A choice that lands her in an all too familiar place a strange hotel room, kissing another man And she knows that nothing will be the same.


  • Title: Love Under Cover
  • Author: Jessica Brody
  • ISBN: 9780312383640
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Jessica Brody

Jessica Brody knew from a young age that she wanted to be a writer She started self publishing her own books when she was seven years old, binding the pages together with cardboard, wallpaper samples, and electrical tape.After graduating from Smith College in 2001 where she double majored in Economics and French and minored in Japanese, Jessica later went on to work for MGM Studios as a Manager of Acquisitions and Business Development In May of 2005, Jessica quit her job to follow her dream of becoming a published author.Since then, Jessica has sold over twelve novels for teens, tweens, and adults including 52 Reasons to Hate My Father, The Karma Club, My Life Undecided, and the three books in the Unremembered trilogy, the first of which is currently in development as a major motion picture by the producers of The Vampire Academy, Zero Dark Thirty, Life of Pi, and Slumdog Millionaire In 2016, she will release two new contemporary novels, A Week of Mondays August and Boys of Summer April , and in 2017, her debut middle grade novel entitled, Addie Bell s Shortcut to Growing Up, will hit bookstore shelves.Jessica also writes books for the Descendants School of Secrets series, based on the hit Disney Channel Original movie, Descendants Jessica s books are published and translated in over twenty foreign countries Click here for a full list of foreign sales and publishers She currently splits her time between California and Colorado.



Comments Love Under Cover

  • Kimberly Jones

    This is the first book I have read by Jessica Brody and I enjoyed it. Once I got started I had a hard time putting it down. It really puts a whole new meaning on "Love Under Cover."


  • Virginia Mooney

    I was lucky enough to win a copy from First Reads!I loved The Fidelity Files. I read it in one day when I was home sick. In Love Under Cover, Jennifer aka Ashlyn sets up the Hawthorne Agency and hires fidelity investigators to do the inspections since she is now seriously dating Jamie. She promises not to do anymore fidelity inspections, and their relationship progresses and Jamie proposes.In the midst of Jen freaking about planning a wedding and settling down, a situation soon arises where Jenn [...]


  • Leah

    Jennifer Hunter returns in the sequel to Jessica Brody’s first novel The Fidelity Files. Now running her own business, The Hawthorne Agency, Jennifer has a team of fidelity inspectors and has unofficially retired. She’s in a happy relationship with Jamie and it’s all going swimmingly – until a twelve-year-old girl walks into the office and asks Jennifer to fidelity test her father. Will Jennifer say yes? And if so, how will that affect her relationship with Jamie?I loved Jessica Brody’ [...]


  • Nadia Escareno Pelayo

    Jessica Hunter is President of the Hawthorn Agency; a not so ordinary business. It’s not often you hear about a team of five fidelity inspectors with the sole objective of revealing low down and dirty cheating men and the occasional dishonest woman. Jessica Hunter promised her boyfriend never to take on another assignment where she’d potentially become an intentional mistress and she does so without a difficulty- for a while. She resists the urge to become personally involved in her work ins [...]


  • Emily

    This is the sequel to the The Fidelity Files which is a book that I love, I have read it a few times even and I don't read books twice lately. There is rumor that this book and the original at being made into the premise for a tv show and I think that could be amusing. This book picks up around where the afterwards, few month later section of The Fidelity Files ends. Jennifer Hunter has given up inspecting herself for a relationship with Jamie. She runs an agency now and sends her inspectors out [...]


  • Stephanie

    I didn't read the first book in this series so at first, I was wondering if that would somehow disrupt my way of reading. Forutnately, however, though the two books are related, you definitely don't need to read the first novel to understand this one.I thoroughly enjoyed this book especially with the idea of being a fidelity inspector. It was lots of fun to read how Jennifer and her co-workers would "seduce" men or women to make sure that they are loyal to their spouse. Though it was unsettling [...]


  • Izlinda

    Like her other book, I haven't the faintest idea where this book goes under. It is kind of like chick-lit, but again, I don't have a bookshelf for that. It doesn't seem a romance novel, either. *shrug*The writing style still annoys me a bit. It's written in present tense, but I've read other books in present tense. It's not that common, but something I'm slowly getting used to. I suppose it's the inner musing we're exposed to that irks me. The inner monologue gets to be too much sometimes. I kno [...]


  • V H

    This book was almost painful reading. There was so little trust between the people in it, so much drama, paranoia… It was a bit much to be honest, but with a book about cheating spouses I guess you can’t really expect much more. The way the main character Jennifer acted on occasion was just stupid really. Saying that though the book was also kind of intriguing and I wanted to find out what happened to everybody.Although I think Jennifer was a bit over the top paranoid, part of me did enjoy r [...]


  • Leslee

    Wanted something light and a little mindless to read on an endless car ride and this fit the bill perfectly - maybe a little *too* perfectly. Never really got invested in the storyline, and I found the protagonist to be a little annoying. I never understood why she would give up a perfectly viable business for the man she loved, and I couldn't help but feel there was a bit of a misogynistic subtext in the novel despite being written by a woman because honestly there really didn't seem to be any [...]


  • Debbie DiFiore

    Ending was not good spoilers below First off he left because she continued to work and I understand that. But he still gets what he wanted in the end. And he moved on. But the minute he reads she let the company go then he wants to renegotiate??? I personally think he should have 'renegotiated' before she left the job and before he hooked up with another woman. Yet he waltzes right back in and she marries him never explaining the four months apart. Hate infidelity but I read the book because som [...]


  • Jasmine

    Ugh.I went through so much to get this book and perhaps that is why I was so thoroughly disappointed when it turned out to be much much less than I had expected. Bummer.The premise seemed promising, but ended up being somewhat predictable. And I find it so annoying to read about a whiny self made business woman with love complications that just won't do what she needs to do, worrying about what everyone else wants.Not only that but the receptiveness of information, as if I hadn't just read that [...]


  • Linda Mirvis

    The author leaves nothing unsaid as if she does not trust the reader to draw any inferences. Much of the obvious was stated and restated in other words - felt like a student padding words in a term paper. The only thing never explained was how the fidelity inspections were documented to stand up in court - just on the word of the inspector?!That just bothered me as so much was built on that unlikely premise.


  • Lisa Bork

    Jennifer or Ashlynn, as she prefers for work purposes, runs a fidelity inspection service, which tests prospective and current spouses to see if they really are "foresaking all others." Her choice of profession is linked to her father's cheating ways, and her fiance finds her work concerning--so concerning he may call off the engagement.


  • Jess

    In this sequel to The Fidelity Files, Jen is caught between two choices--keeping her promise to her boyfriend and "retiring" from her compromising job, or going back to work and risk losing him.The plot was a bit predictable, but not enough for me to put it down. Overall, it was a good beach read. I'll be on the look-out for more books by this author!


  • Amber

    I loved this book just as much as I liked The Fidelity Files. I must say there aren't many authors that I envy, but Jessica Brody is one of them. Her writing style is just amazing.This book was a page turner for me. I read it very quickly because I just couldn't put it down. I was sad to see it end!


  • Hannah

    In this sequel to The Fidelity Files, Jen is caught between two choices--keeping her promise to her boyfriend and "retiring" from her compromising job, or going back to work and risk losing him.The plot was a bit predictable, but not enough for me to put it down. Overall, it was a good beach read. I'll be on the look-out for more books by this author!


  • Sarah Harrison

    I really do not understand why this book is getting such low ratings? Are we reading the same book? Have I missed something out? I thought it was great. An inventive storyline with a cute romance intertwined.


  • Meg

    Easy easy reading. Predictable but enjoyable. I think I knew how Love Under Cover would end by the second chapter! But I continued to read and (in less than 24 hours) finished it regardless. Just goes to show.


  • Lindsey

    A fun romance novel


  • Lizzie

    This is an enjoyable, page-turning sequel to The Fidelity Files.


  • Julie

    This is one of the books Laura & Hava gave me for my birthday. It was a quick, light read.


  • Katherine

    A great fun playful read.


  • Katie

    Really good read. Intersting plot altogether--- sortof a blah ending but definitely worth it!


  • Christy

    This was good, but not nearly as good as the first book, The Fidelity Files.


  • Kelayt

    this was a great beach read. easy to read, intriguing enough & not too heavy.


  • Kristy

    cute light easy read


  • Elyce

    Good book, not not too "on the edge of your seat."


  • Ayaan

    I liked this book. It had highs and many lows, but it was really interesting.


  • Xaira Gaznavi

    4.5 stars. Didn't really like the ending - felt a bit weird to me but the rest of the book was really entertaining to read!


  • Judy

    like her other book it was a good read part 2 to the fidelity files


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  • Best Read [Jessica Brody] ↠ Love Under Cover || [Travel Book] PDF ☆
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    Published :2019-05-07T00:24:40+00:00