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30 review for Code Name: Blondie

  1. 4 out of 5

    Blue Rose

    Another great book in this series. I liked getting to know Miki better after being introduced to her in the previous book. Max was new and very well done. Truman was the star. Such a good doggo. I can't wait to finally read Izzy's story. I hope that's next. Another great book in this series. I liked getting to know Miki better after being introduced to her in the previous book. Max was new and very well done. Truman was the star. Such a good doggo. I can't wait to finally read Izzy's story. I hope that's next.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Robin Reynolds

    Right off the bat, I was caught up in Miki’s adventure. We met Miki in the previous book, as she is Kit’s best friend and spent some time with Kit and her dogs during their story. The way Miki and Kit’s brother, Trace, were arguing at the end of that book, I anticipated him being her hero. But now we’re introduced to Max, a newer member of the elite team that Wolfe and Trace belong to. Miki is on a remote island taking photographs for a calendar. On the last day of the shoot, the crew and the mo Right off the bat, I was caught up in Miki’s adventure. We met Miki in the previous book, as she is Kit’s best friend and spent some time with Kit and her dogs during their story. The way Miki and Kit’s brother, Trace, were arguing at the end of that book, I anticipated him being her hero. But now we’re introduced to Max, a newer member of the elite team that Wolfe and Trace belong to. Miki is on a remote island taking photographs for a calendar. On the last day of the shoot, the crew and the models take off in one of the two helicopters. Miki’s boss, a complete ass, insists on her taking a few more scenery shots before they board the second helicopter. Which ends up crash landing in the ocean, killing the boss, and wounding the only other person on board, the pilot. Max is on another remote island, with his service dog, Truman, tracking Cruz, the villain who has managed to escape capture in the previous books. He sees the crash, and rescues Miki and the pilot, bringing them both ashore. But he’s suspicious of them, thinking Miki may be working for Cruz, so he promptly ties her up and hustles her and the unconscious pilot to his hidden bunker. While the pilot drifts in and out of consciousness, Miki spends most of her time trying to figure out how to get away from Max and find help, only to be recaptured. Having nothing to do with Cruz of course, she doesn't understand his questions or accusations, or much of anything since Max doesn't tell her why he’s on the island or what he’s doing, giving her a simple cover story of “microscope and chemical assay for hire, world wide”. Like the men and dogs in the previous books, Max and Truman are both genetically enhanced. Max’s special skill is touch and odor recognition – when he touches someone with his bare hands, he can detect, for instance, lotion or perfumes used recently, stress, etc. He can also touch the ground or a door and pick up chemicals and clues as to who’s been there before him. To be honest, the whole storyline with Cruz kinda went right through me, without my retaining most of it. My attention was more riveted on Miki and her interactions with Max and Truman. Overall, this entry in the series is more entertaining than the previous one, and I’ll definitely continue with the last book, which is in my TBR pile.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Linda George

    Another great entry in this Seal series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This book was a bit underwhelming. It was more action and "special ability" development than character driven. I think it could have been a more complete book with more character development. I just felt like the author barely touched base on referring to the heroine's back-story, and there was the same lack of depth for the hero. How can two people fall so deep on such weak grounds?! It was too superficial. Also, the whole bonding on a deserted island thing is not very believable. I have read o This book was a bit underwhelming. It was more action and "special ability" development than character driven. I think it could have been a more complete book with more character development. I just felt like the author barely touched base on referring to the heroine's back-story, and there was the same lack of depth for the hero. How can two people fall so deep on such weak grounds?! It was too superficial. Also, the whole bonding on a deserted island thing is not very believable. I have read other books with this plot line that were done much better. because they addressed the issue of adapting to life off the island. It gave the characters a chance to develop the relationship in a real, every day, environment. Which is more believable for me. Its all fun and good with the fantasy island aspect, but with no hard reality it is just a little too unbelievable. So basically, for me, it was a nice quick read and could have been more.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jessi

    Miki is an underpaid photographer doing the photo shoot from hell. Her boss is an asshole who sends everyone off the island and then wants to have sex with her. To cap things off, as they are finally (after she sets the boss dude straight) flying toward home, a storm sweeps in and crashes the plane. She and the pilot are rescued by a mysterious stranger, Navy SEAL Max Preston, and taken, with his dog, to a cave. Now, Max is on the island to capture and uber-baddie and he's not sure if Miki is in Miki is an underpaid photographer doing the photo shoot from hell. Her boss is an asshole who sends everyone off the island and then wants to have sex with her. To cap things off, as they are finally (after she sets the boss dude straight) flying toward home, a storm sweeps in and crashes the plane. She and the pilot are rescued by a mysterious stranger, Navy SEAL Max Preston, and taken, with his dog, to a cave. Now, Max is on the island to capture and uber-baddie and he's not sure if Miki is involved or not, but he knows that she's wicked hot. Part of the "Code Name" series, I am not a huge fan and will not buy the books, but if they fall in my lap... I'll read them. This one was not as good as Code Name: Nanny, but they are going to be given the same number of stars since I can give half-point ratings.

  6. 4 out of 5

    July

    Code Name: Blondie, Miki is a photographer on location in a remote Island when her boss make a disgusting pass at her. He tries to blackmail her telling her that if she doesn't do the dirty with him she will loose the rights to the pictures she has taken in the last week, when he precedes to put his hands on her again she simply breaks his nose by giving a great round kick. Awesome. While flying back the plane looses an engine and dives into the ocean. Mike is saved by a Navy Seal Max who is on Code Name: Blondie, Miki is a photographer on location in a remote Island when her boss make a disgusting pass at her. He tries to blackmail her telling her that if she doesn't do the dirty with him she will loose the rights to the pictures she has taken in the last week, when he precedes to put his hands on her again she simply breaks his nose by giving a great round kick. Awesome. While flying back the plane looses an engine and dives into the ocean. Mike is saved by a Navy Seal Max who is on his own mission to save the world from scum Cruz. Miki is now in his way and time is running out for him to finish his mission. I liked this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    The military has been souping up their SEALs and service dogs with genetic alterations and microchips that enhance their natural abilities and make them unstopable. Unfortunately, one of these SEALs has gone rogue and is being hunted by a former teammate. Enter Blondie, who mysteriously ends up in a plane crash in the ocean, smack in the center of it all. The usual suspicious behavior and battles again the outside ensue before it all comes to a head.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ferne

    This is the second title that I have read by Christina Skye. The first title I read was Code Name: Baby. I enjoyed the character Miki but I'd classify this title as a 'beach book'...an easy summer read without much substance. Unfortunately, I have so many books on my 'wish list' to read, I don't need to read more 'beach books'. :) I also found some errors that copy editors should have easily discovered and that's distracting and disappointing. This is the second title that I have read by Christina Skye. The first title I read was Code Name: Baby. I enjoyed the character Miki but I'd classify this title as a 'beach book'...an easy summer read without much substance. Unfortunately, I have so many books on my 'wish list' to read, I don't need to read more 'beach books'. :) I also found some errors that copy editors should have easily discovered and that's distracting and disappointing.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    This book was the best of the Code Name books and there is action from the very beginning. We have met Miki before in earlier books but this time she is stranded on a deserted island with a SEAL who is on his own mission. Max Preston isn't sure weather or not he believes Miki but he wants to. Great book This book was the best of the Code Name books and there is action from the very beginning. We have met Miki before in earlier books but this time she is stranded on a deserted island with a SEAL who is on his own mission. Max Preston isn't sure weather or not he believes Miki but he wants to. Great book

  10. 4 out of 5

    Pamela(AllHoney)

    The eighth book in the SEAL and Code Name series by Christine Skye. It didn't work as well for me as I had hoped it would. It was alright but the humor and romance were not to my personal taste. The eighth book in the SEAL and Code Name series by Christine Skye. It didn't work as well for me as I had hoped it would. It was alright but the humor and romance were not to my personal taste.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lychee

    Generally entertaining, although neither main character made much sense to me. Will give the series another try, but not holding my breath. I've already forgotten what kept me interested enough to finish (other than it was a relatively short book). Generally entertaining, although neither main character made much sense to me. Will give the series another try, but not holding my breath. I've already forgotten what kept me interested enough to finish (other than it was a relatively short book).

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ty

    full of suspense and a fresh approach to blonde guts in a mystery story. This is the second book in the series but if you choose to read this one first you will be fine because the characters are new and when the previous characters are brought in it works.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brianna

    pretty good. I like the whole agent getting genetically modififed to save the world and the girl who gets stranded on the island with the guy. I relly like the dog that was trained to help the agent find whatever he need on the island.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Harkins

    I thought that this romance was less rushed, and more realistic. If that can be applied to a book about a secret government sect of the Navy SEALS. I liked at the end, when there wasn't a marraige proposal, I thought that was a nice end to the story. It made it feel more real. I thought that this romance was less rushed, and more realistic. If that can be applied to a book about a secret government sect of the Navy SEALS. I liked at the end, when there wasn't a marraige proposal, I thought that was a nice end to the story. It made it feel more real.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    I really like Christina Skye... And I enjoyed this book too... the reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars? Izzy Teague wasn't in it enough and if you read Skye's books you know why people love Izzy!!!! I really like Christina Skye... And I enjoyed this book too... the reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars? Izzy Teague wasn't in it enough and if you read Skye's books you know why people love Izzy!!!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is part of a series. It can be read alone, but reading the series in order is the preferred way to enjoy these books. The characters flow from one book to another. Another good story from Ms Skye. I enjoy reading about Navy SEALs and this one didn't disappoint. This is part of a series. It can be read alone, but reading the series in order is the preferred way to enjoy these books. The characters flow from one book to another. Another good story from Ms Skye. I enjoy reading about Navy SEALs and this one didn't disappoint.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Larissa

    This was a really quick read! I started it Saturday night and finished it Sunday morning.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Again, I'd give more stars on a beach read scale -- but not in comparison to "serious literature". :) Fun book Again, I'd give more stars on a beach read scale -- but not in comparison to "serious literature". :) Fun book

  19. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    This was another book with Foxfire which I don't particularly like but the rest of the story was pretty good. This was another book with Foxfire which I don't particularly like but the rest of the story was pretty good.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    torn between 3 or 4 stars. Fun book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ana

    Desert island fantasy of the first degree. I'd say there were parts that were unbelievable but that would be a little ironic considering the overarching plot. It was pure escapist fun. Desert island fantasy of the first degree. I'd say there were parts that were unbelievable but that would be a little ironic considering the overarching plot. It was pure escapist fun.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Edie

    Wow. She can really write about sexual encounters!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Dodson

    I'm never dissapointed with a Codename: book by Christina Skye. Loved it! I'm never dissapointed with a Codename: book by Christina Skye. Loved it!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Weird.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mollie *scoutrmom*

    I liked the plot. The rest of the writing, the characters, the dialogue, the setting, the exposition, pretty much was OK but not very good.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    This is actually Book #4 of the Code Name series. This was a really good book and was fun to read!!! :)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    3.5 stars

  28. 5 out of 5

    David Amodu

    d previous book is tempting me to read this one

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kay Mcleron

    Did not enjoy this book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angie Heick

    fun characters and smart dogs. what's not to like? fun characters and smart dogs. what's not to like?

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