Spy Girl by Jillian Dodd ~Blog Tour w/ Review & Excerpt



What happens when you get pulled out of spy academy before graduation because you look good in a bikini?

Your mission, should you choose to accept it:

Get close to the hottest Prince on the planet.
Keep him safe.
Uncover the plot to assassinate him.
Kill the bad guys.
Don’t blow your cover.
And don’t fall in love.

She’s been trained kill a man with a paper clip, tail a mark without his knowledge, is a master of disguises, and once during a training jumped out of a five-story building using nothing but an embroidered hankie as a parachute. She’s the star student at Blackwood Academy. Only instead of excelling at normal collegiate activities like keg stands and frat parties, she’s an expert marksman, speaks seven languages, is skilled at covert affairs, and can hack into any computer. She’s only a few months away from graduation and, hopefully, a coveted spot as an agent for the underground anti-terrorist agency, known only as Black X. But is Spy Girl ready?

And at what cost?


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Storyline: 5
Angst: 1
Tissue: 0
Value: 5
Panty Scorching: 5
Over All Rating: 4.5 Stars
Kindle eARC provided by Author
Reviewed by Robin

Huntley, at least that’s what she’s known as now, attends a secret spy school but shortly before graduation she gets pulled for a mission. With her “brother” she must protect Prince of Montrovia and find out who wants to harm the royal family and “take care” of the threat. But is she ready for duty? Or is she falling for a prince?

“The Prince and I have a lovely dinner, then he challenges me to a game of chess, so we sit across from each other at the table in his private study and start the match.

After a few moves, I take one of his pawns.

‘Mierda,’ he says, taking off his shirt and throwing it over to the couch.

‘You have a scrumptious chest, so I’m not complaining, but why did you just take your shirt off? Are you hot?’

‘Did I forget to mention that we’re playing strip chess?’

‘I didn’t know there was such a thing.’

‘Well, if there wasn’t, there is now.’ He uses his rook to take my knight and then raises an eyebrow and smirks at me. All I have on is a dress and a pair of heels. I will be stripped in no time.”

I adored this story! I love mystery/suspense books and Spy Girl was great with Huntley being raised to be a spy. She’s thrown on a mission but there’s a mystery about why she was even trained as a spy and who her parents were. How and why did they die? This is going to be a fabulous series and I know we’ll find out more about Huntley and her past as she goes on mission after mission, slaying hearts along the way. How will I wait until the next installment?

If you loved That Boy or The Keatyn Chronicles, you are going to love Spy Girl. It’s a fun romance with suspense thrown in there. Just a really fun read.



I know the drill. Open my orders, commit them to memory, destroy them.


Your mission, should you choose to accept it:

Protect the heir to the throne of Montrovia, uncover the person or persons behind the plot to assassinate him in order to take control of this geographically important sovereign nation, and eliminate the threat.

Get close to the hottest Prince on the planet and work for Black X, the double-black covert group so secret even the President of the United States is on a need-to-know basis?

I accept.

I think about what he said about me looking good in a bikini. Do they want me to hookup withthis Prince in order to protect him? Are you kidding me? I’m valedictorian. I have the school’s highest scores in everything from parkour to the number of ways I can kill a man.

I frown as I’m burning my orders in the fireplace. “Sir, may I speak freely about my assignment?”

“I’m afraid I’m not privy to your orders. My job was to help choose the student best fitted for the task based on the parameters given to me.”

“And one of those parameters was that I look good in a bathing suit?”

He chuckles. “In this situation, my dear, they need an operative who is not only the best and brightest but one who can also demand male attention. Your handler is waiting for you outside.

You leave immediately.”

“But I need to go pack. Tell people goodbye.”

“I’m afraid there’s no time.” He stands up and, in an uncustomary show of emotion, hugs me briefly. “Godspeed, X.”




Spy Girl is an intrigue filled, exciting ride through a world you’ll wish you were part of and want to know more about! – J. Sterling, NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author.

“Spy girl was fun and fabulous! Jillian Dodd had me turning the pages as I was taken on an action-packed ride filled with mystery and secrets, not to mention a super sexy cast I fell head over heels for. I loved every second!” – A.L. Jackson, NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author

“X” to me was a younger version of a kick ass Angelina Jolie that had all the moves to back up her reputation as being the best. With gadgets and gizmo’s aplenty this book will appeal to the spy in all of us and brings together a fun, flirty, thrilling read. – The Romance Cover

“My favorite read of 2016! Spy girl is 007 meets Gossip Girl level decadence, charm, and badass! 5+ stars!” – KA Linde, USA Today Bestselling Author


Jillian is the USA TODAY bestselling author of thirteen contemporary romance novels, from the The Keatyn Chronicles and That Boy series to Vegas Love. She grew up on a farm in Nebraska, where she developed a love for Midwestern boys and Nebraska football. She currently lives in Florida.

Checkout Jillian’s website for added content and sneak peaks at: http://www.jilliandodd.net and be sure to sign up for her newsletter there.

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