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A Geek's Worst Nightmare: Going Back to High SchoolReturning to high school is not something I ever wanted to do over—it was awful the first time around. So why do I have to go back as part of a new undercover assignment? Because the universe loves playing jokes on me, obviously.I've been ordered to go all 21 Jump Street and track down the students who are breaking into thA Geek's Worst Nightmare: Going Back to High SchoolReturning to high school is not something I ever wanted to do over—it was awful the first time around. So why do I have to go back as part of a new undercover assignment? Because the universe loves playing jokes on me, obviously.I've been ordered to go all 21 Jump Street and track down the students who are breaking into the computer system, changing grades, and causing all kinds of havoc. Although I'm not thrilled about my new gig, at least it gives me something to do other than worry over the fact that I now have a boyfriend. And no freaking idea what to get him for Christmas.Or it did give me something else to worry about, until I stumbled across a more sinister threat. I was shocked to find distinct traces of a group of international hackers inside the network. Why would dangerous cyber mercenaries be interested in a high school in the middle of Washington, D.C.? What exactly have I gotten myself into?Don't miss Lexi's first case in No One Lives Twice!81,000 words...

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no test for the wicked Reviews

  • Abra
    2019-03-09 15:15

    I received a free copy of this book at the Romance Times Book Lover's Convention.This is a really exciting book and I was very unhappy when I had to put it down to interact with real life. The characters are well drawn and the pace is fast.Since this is the only book in the series I've read and it's book five, I've definitely missed out on a fair amount of backstory, but that didn't affect my enjoyment. As of this book, anyway, Lexi is working for X-corp, a cybersecurity firm. She's a super smart computer geek and not very intuitive with people, but unlike most heroines of her type, she's not a great fighter and she's never shot a gun. I really like that she can't do it all and has to work with other people to solve problems.At the beginning of No Test for the Wicked Lexi is assigned to a case involving a private school for the technically gifted. Some students are causing problems by hacking into the school computers. She decides to go under cover and join the hackers so she can scare them straight. Lexi is 25 and apparently looks young for her age so it works. During the course of her investigation terrorists take over the school and Lexi, a few students, and her best friend Elvis (who has a good reason for being there) have to try and stop them. As I mentioned before, Lexi can't do everything herself and she doesn't. In this book other people have skills and initiative as well.Since Lexi got the guy in the previous book, the romance in this one is limited to her trying to navigate her first relationship. I love romances so it means something when I say that I really appreciated that there was no alpha male chest thumping, no emotional crisis in the middle of an actual crisis, and not a lot of pointless navel gazing. Sometimes in the book after the girl gets the guy the author feels the need to add pointless drama to keep the relationship going. Not in this case. It was perfect.

  • A.K. Lindsay
    2019-02-23 14:26

    I finished this book tonight and the end is resonating with me so strongly I can't sleep. It ended in the perfect way, cementing Lexi's romance with Slash in such a poignant, heartfelt manner. This book, which I read after re-reading all the others in the series, kept me turning the pages. Ms. Moffett has a talent for keeping me up into the wee hours of the night as I promise myself just once more chapter...This book is her strongest yet. I say this knowing full well that book one, No One Lives Twice, is the perfect introduction to the series, with the perfect balance of action, mystery, geekiness, comedy, and romantic tension. I say this even though book three, No Place Like Rome, is my personal favourite since I've been on Team Slash from the beginning. But No Test for the Wicked is deeper, more personal than either of those books. Each book gives a deeper glimpse into Lexi's personality and emotions. This one took me through the wringer. See, even though I love Slash the best, I've always thought that Elvis was more perfect for Lexi. Many parts of this book still support that theory. (view spoiler)[When Elvis jumps to Lexi's moral support when she is freaking out about dyeing her hair? That shows me, even more than when he puts himself in harm's way to save her life, that he will always be there for her, that he treasures her. (hide spoiler)] However, the way the book ends brings Slash's virtues into full light, the way that he loves and values Lexi above all others. (view spoiler)[I'm not sure how I feel about the idea that Elvis might move on and make a lasting connection with someone else, but I love the way Slash steps up to comfort her in what is truly the most fitting way imaginable. (hide spoiler)]Although her meddling mother is offscreen for the book, I loved the way Lexi connected with her at the end in a way she never has before. I have a close relationship with my mother, and love to see that kind of a loving relationship in this book as well. This book had me holding my breath for over half of it. It was just one life-threatening moment after another, and it really made the characters' true colours shine in the end. I know the end of this book will stay with me for a long time...which is a good thing, because the next book isn't out for another month. The anticipation for the next book may kill me.

  • Heidi
    2019-03-17 16:12

    I met Lexi when I read No one Lives Twice and fell in love with the geek girl who couldn’t seem to figure out how to be social but she knows her computers. The most recent book No test For the Wicked Follows Lexi to the one place most geeks never want to see again High School.Lexi is hired by a private high school to figure out who is messing with the schools computer programs but what started off as a simple tasked turned into international terrorism and only Lexi and a handful of high schools are the difference between life and death. I can’t wait to see if our terrorist will make another appearances in the Lexi Carmichael Mysteries because he is interesting and that is all I am going to say.Lexi grows so much in the book and the reader will feel her growing pains but those pains also make for some laugh out moments with her best friend Elvis and lack of clothes. I promise you will laugh so hard tears will be rolling down your face. The book covers issues with bullying once again but this time it was done in the setting of high school making the story strong and believable. Lexi tries hard to fit in but when also can’t step aside watching someone get hurt without stopping it. That is why I think Lexi an amazing female protagonist that girls can look up too. The author Julie Moffett keeps the story and relationships advancing forward wondering where Slash and Lexi will end up later down the road. No Test for the Wicked kind of reintroduced Elvis to the reader and you watch as he will do anything for his best friend Lexi.Another win for Author Julie Moffett and Lexi readers all over.ARC from Netgalley.I'm not a huge fan of the new cover art.

  • Anika
    2019-03-10 12:20

    This series is most a mystery but I love Lexi and now she has a boyfriend Slash. But I wonder if it would last because of Elvis. I guess I have no choice but to keep reading to see how things go. This book was intense, an excellent read and packed full of drama. I'm so looking forward to the next installment.

  • Trisha Bullock
    2019-03-20 11:16

    I'm honestly not sure if this is the best book I've ever read or the worst, at least insofar as the toll it took on my emotions. While I was reading it I had a difficult time remembering to eat, bathe, I had to force myself to put it down to sleep, it was enthralling, and I actually read it in two days or it might have had negative effects on my health had it been any longer.Lexi Carmichael is hired by a private school to dissuade the more brilliant of the "geeks" to cease and desist from hacking, cracking, and other forms of destructive behavior which now seems innocent enough to their bored minds, but they don't realize the repercussions it could have on their futures. Lexi decides to go undercover as a high school student and fits in all too well as a student, even after the elite school begins to have strange visitors in spite of its high security.This is a page turner, a nail biter, and without providing any spoilers it provides some of the best character development I've ever read. I was in near weeping in some scenes, and my suspension of disbelief is not all that great anymore.I had to seek out and read something light-hearted after it was over just to make sure there were no surprises in anything I read afterward. To say it was a powerful read is an understatement. So I guess it was good. I just won't be reading it again anytime soon.

  • Bungluna
    2019-03-19 12:10

    I skimmed through the previous entries into this series because I liked the voice of the heroine. This is the first one I read all the way through. I liked her and it was easy to follow the back story of all the ongoing characters in the series. I enjoyed Lexi's adventures back in high school. The action was non-stop and grabbed my attention. I will be trying to read the next installment.

  • Amanda
    2019-03-01 13:08

    Favorite!Not sure I can explain why, but this book is on of my favorite in the series. I'm rereading the series right now and I was feeling the same as last time. I just love Lexi and Slash.

  • Jeanne M. Jacquet
    2019-03-25 11:21

    Spy hardLexi is truly amazing! I'm sorry that the book ended so soon. It is amazing that she has survived all of the books so far. I cannot wait for the next one.

  • Donna
    2019-03-10 12:35

    fun, fast read

  • Bree T
    2019-03-15 16:34

    Lexi Carmichael has a new assignment – to find out who has been hacking into the system of a prestigious private school and causing mischief. Although she’s 25, Lexi remembers being a teenager very well. She knows how teenage geeks think and act and this, coupled with her fresh-faced looks lead her to believe that the best way to go about finding out who the culprit is, is to go undercover and enroll in the school as a student.High school was terrifying enough for Lexi the first time and even though she’s graduated University, worked for the NSA and now works for a highly respectable private cyber security company, she still feels no more confident than she did all those years ago. She finds herself a target for the school bully almost immediately after she comes to the defense of someone who is being tormented.But that’s the least of Lexi’s problems. Whilst she’s attempting to find out which of the students are hacking into the system, she stumbles upon something else much more sinister. It looks like an international ring of hackers are inside the network and are possibly connected to someone at the school. As a very dangerous situation unfolds, Lexi has to figure out how to protect everyone in the school and get them all out of it alive.I can’t believe I missed this one being released. I’ve been reading this series since the first one was published but somehow I missed this one coming out at the beginning of December and only came across it when I was grabbing a few free ‘first in a series’ books that are being offered on Amazon and iBooks. I immediately snatched it up – with each installment Lexi gets the job done in terms of the cyber security problem but often finds herself in awkward social situations involving one of the men in her life. She’s very inexperienced and has never actually had a proper boyfriend but in this one Lexi and Slash, hacker extraordinaire are officially dating.To be honest, I’d have liked to see a little more about this in the book. Lexi and Slash have become closer over the past 4 books. In the beginning he was more a legend to her than a person but she’s gotten to know him and he hasn’t been shy about declaring how he feels about her. In the previous book she referred to him as her boyfriend for the first time but a lot of their interactions and “firsts” have obviously happened between books with the reader not really being privy to much. We only get a couple of dates here and Lexi panicking about what to buy him for Christmas for about two minutes. I’m not sure if it’s just because the author prefers the reader use their imagination for most of the relationship or if it’s a classic ‘push-pull’ factor where once Lexi and Slash hook up, he immediately takes a backseat.Because in reality, this was Elvis Zimmerman’s book. One half of the legendary Zimmerman twins, Elvis is shyer and less confident than his brother Xavier, who has been dating Lexi’s friend Basia on and off. Elvis and Lexi are best friends and she can rely on him for pretty much anything – she’s also pretty oblivious to the fact that he’s crazy about her. She often turns to him for advice and as a sounding board or goes to their place simply to hang out, eat pizza and play games. He shows up at the school at a crucial point, when Lexi needs help from someone the most. There’s a reason she cannot contact the outside world so she and Elvis have to rely on other methods in order to put across what’s happening and attempt to get help. They definitely work together extremely well and judging by a few reviews of this book that I’ve skimmed on Goodreads, Elvis definitely has his fans. However, I do have to say that in terms of chemistry in their interactions (including when they’re stuffed in a cupboard thing wearing barely anything), I wasn’t feeling it. To me, they’re friends. Best friends. And they’re an incredible team. But they didn’t come across as two people who could really be lovers.I really do continue to enjoy this series and even though I’m a computer dunce and understand basically nothing about Lexi’s job, it sounds really amazing I like following her as she goes on her various adventures. She’s very confident in what she does, she has great ideas and doesn’t let her tendency to get herself into awkward situations hold her back. That’s kind of why I wanted to see her navigating relationship intimacy rather than have it vaguely summarised for me in one conversation on the phone with Basia. As much as I enjoy Lexi’s professional exploits, I’m also interested in her personal development as well. Because Lexi has room for a lot of personal development!

  • Kelly
    2019-03-06 17:25

    Sooooo. I've only read book 1 in this series. That would be the one where the bevy of potential love interests for our geeky girl were introduced. There was plenty of hot man-flesh to go around in that book, but clueless Lexi wasn't quite ready to dive into the uncharted (for her) waters of indiscriminate dating. Between books 1 and 5, Lexi has found her groove. Sort of. One of her dudes is now her boyfriend. This is a good thing and I LIKE the guy, but... I kinda might feel like there's a little something between her and one of the other guys that REALLY needs to be explored. (and I hope hope hope it is because he sort of stole my heart.)Anyway. Lexi, resident geek girl, goes back to high school to find the hacking masterminds who are mucking up the computer system at a posh private school. Figuring out who did it isn't all that difficult (for her or us), but convincing them it would be in their best interests to stop before they cross a line they can't come back from is another story. And of course, there's that pesky problem of international terrorism to deal with. That problem is a little more physically dangerous than finding some genius high schoolers and talking them down from ruining their future.Meanwhile, there's the relationship issue. I really do like her dude, but he seems almost too worldly for her. Lexi's kinda relationship-clueless and someone a little less...umm, experienced seems more her speed. On the other hand, Lexi's smart and quick-thinking. If she wants it to work, I'm sure she'll find a way. (but I'm still rooting for her and the other guy to explore what's between them. Just so we're clear.)Fun, quirky (because Lexi's friends are a crack up!), and nicely entertaining, I just might have to go back and catch up on everything I missed. You know why? GIRL POWER!-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  • Teena in Toronto
    2019-03-12 17:30

    Students are hacking into the systems of an elite private school and the school headmistress hires X-Corp, an intelligence and security company, where Lexi works. She decides to go undercover as a student to find out who the hackers are and shut them down. Lexi hated high school, though, and isn't looking forward to repeating the experience. Things get really tense when she stumbles upon terrorists and gets involved in life or death situations.Lexi and Slash, government agent and fellow hacker, have started dating which is adding another layer of pressure on her because he is her first boyfriend and she is trying to figure out the rules of how to be a girlfriend.Though this is the fifth in the Lexi Carmichael series, it works as a stand alone as you are provided with enough background. I'm enjoying the series and liked this book but not loved it. While I liked the writing style and was looking forward to the 21 Jump Street idea, I'm not into stories about terrorism and that took over the story. I would have rather to have seen more of her awkwardly trying to maneuver around high school and focus on finding the hackers. It is written in first person perspective from Lexi's point of view. Her best friend, Elvis, has a major role in this story. Her other best friend, Basia, and Elvis' twin brother, Xavier, are barely in the book as they are vacationing together in Greece. Because the majority of the story takes place in the school, Slash doesn't have a huge role which is fine because I found him a bit irritating in this book as he seems to be so controlling and dominating of Lexi now that they are dating.So not my favourite in the series but I look forward to Lexi's future adventures.Blog review post:

  • Toni
    2019-03-23 16:30

    Lexi Carmichael never disappoints. This is one amazing read. That is probably why I gave it 5 stars. I am so lucky to be allowed to read books like this. I have read one previous book by Julie Moffett and it was too. I bought all the rest of the books in Kindle form and am totally ready for a Lexi Carmichael marathon!I love how the author can take these unassuming teenagers that you expect to hate and watch Lexi tear into and she makes them into these kids that we really care about. None of Moffett's characters are cardboard. They are flesh and blood. You expect one of them to knock on your door for a visit. That is how real they seem. I am in awe of an author that can create on such a high level.I enjoy the awkward interactions between Lexi and virtually everybody. It is something that makes her unique. She is not good on the social scene but she can hack into anything.The suspense was killer too. You find yourself holding your breath as Lexi is confronted by the uber bad guy she refers to as Ice Eyes. There is a lot of action going on behind the scenes too. And somehow the author manages to inform us of everything even when Lexi isn't present. I learn how to be a better writer when I read books like this. If you like mysteries that are a tad on the unusual side, then any Lexi Carmichael mystery is just your cup of tea.5 Stars.I received this as an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) from Net Galley in return for an honest review. I thank Net Galley, the author and the publisher for allowing me to read this title.

  • Pamela
    2019-03-05 19:14

    No Test For The Wicked is the fifth book in the Lexi Carmichael mystery/romance series. It is extremely well written and professionally edited.High school wasn't good for Lexi, cyber investigator, the first time around and when she has to pose as a high school student to investigate hackers at a prestigious private school the second time isn't much better. Especially when the terrorists show up.I love Lexi's character and watching my favorite nerd girl growing as a person. In fact, the funniest and loveliest moments in this book are when she is feeling her way through her interactions with others. I was a little disappointed at the lack of appearance of some of the secondary characters. The break with Finn has been glossed over in the last two books, which really doesn't fit in with his Lexi obsessed and strong willed character in earlier books.The plot was suspense filled and fast paced. It was a believable scenario and I love how it paralleled current events. The ending was poignant, but filled with hope, so I guess I would qualify it as a HFN.I am a major Lexi Carmichael fan girl and I highly recommend this book and series.ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley.

  • Ln Winchester
    2019-03-23 11:23

    The best of the series so far.I've really been enjoying the Lexi Carmichael series so far, but this particular book is pretty stellar. One of the problems with Stephanie Plum, whom Lexi has been compared to, is that she doesn't change. She never chooses one guy over the other, she doesn't learn from her mistakes, she doesn't want something better for her. Lexi does.It's been nice to see Lexi evolve as a character and come into her own. Honestly, if she was still playing the blushing, stammering virginal nerd, this was going to be my last book of the series, so it's very satisfying to see her embracing her strengths and letting go of her old insecurities, and offering support and encouragement to others.Onto the next one. I'm so happy this series turned into something truly engaging and admirable. I took off one star because 1) nobody ever believes the five star reviews anyway and 2) I was a tiny bit disappointed that Lexi's romantic evolution was so quickly glossed over. I mean, it was kind of a big deal to her. Not that it had to be explicit by any means, just maybe...a bit more about how it made her feel. That's my only minor criticism.Now I'm going to go buy the next book in the series. :-)

  • Linda Quick
    2019-03-14 18:31

    Another winner! This is one of my favorite series. I love how Lexi is smart and doesn't pretend to be anything less than she is. In this book, Lexi goes undercover at an exclusive high school in the DC area. A group of kids, the WOMBATs (LOVE the name), are creating havoc in the computer system and the school hires Lexi's company to solve the problem.Unfortunately for Lexi, trouble seems to follow her. While she is undercover, the school is attacked by terrorists. Lexi has to find a way to survive and try to stop them. Lexi is complicated and smart, as are most of the characters in the series. It is very refreshing to have a heroine and other characters that are brilliant. This is a great mystery/chick lit. It has plenty of humor, especially as Lexi pushes her social boundaries at strives to understand how to be a girlfriend to Slash. I started this book late in the day and stayed up late to finish it - it was just that good that I couldn't put it down. If I could give it more than 5 stars, I would.Thank you to the author for providing a complimentary ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  • Bookgyrl
    2019-03-16 18:20

    I love the Lexi Carmichael-series. I really really do. And - unfortunately - the last book was not a 5-star for me. So I was a bit worried. NO NEED HOWEVER. I have read this book just now and could not put it down. It was amazing and I will not easily give a 5 star review.Lexi is in a relationship with Slash now and I adore them together. Lexi is going on another assignment, as a high school girl with blonde hair and a school uniform (mmm, Slash loves it) but trouble is never far away. The adventure explodes and keeps up the whole book. So much was happening and it was scary at times.Elvis plays an essential role in the book. I do like Elvis a lot, but I love Lexi and Slash together so I really hope the author will not change the dynamics.I was waiting for this book and have read in in a few hours. And now I have to wait for months for another Lexi book. This might be my favorite one to date, really it is that good. Kudos to Julie Moffett.

  • Jeanie Jackson
    2019-03-07 12:25

    I think No Test for the Wicked is the best of the Lexi Charmichael Mysteries and I absolutely loved them all.Lexi's greatest nightmare has come to life; she is going back to high school! The students of a private Gifted and Technology campus are battling the boredom of the classroom by hacking into the schools administrative system and playing with grades. Lexi is sure she can provide the technology to block them but to end the problem she has to locate the students involved and find a way to convince them that cracking is a bad choice of entertainment.Having to play the role of a student would be bad enough but the problem becomes one of life or death when terrorists take over the school.

  • Tanya Vasylyev
    2019-03-09 14:28

    Absolutely loved it!!! But it made me sad Lexi lost her best friend. IMHO, Slash would never fully substitute Elvis. Lexi and Elvis are soulmates. They function on the save wavelength. It would never be the same with Slash. You cannot be a real friend with James Bond. :) He will always open a door to his world just a crack and he simply wouldn't be able to be there for her every time she needs a friend. And it wouldn't be the same if Elvis is involved with somebody else. It would never be the same for Lexi in the Friendship department. So, yeah, it's sad. But the book's a great I-cannot-put-this-book-down reading.

  • Karen
    2019-03-02 15:31

    Lexi Carmichael has changed her name and her hair color, put on a uniform and gone back to high school. She didn't like high school the first time but she has been hired to stop the students from hacking into the grading system at a local private school and the easiest way to stop the hackers is from the inside. Before she can make much headway, the school is taken over by terrorist and Lexi is caught right in the middle. I haven't read the others in the series but I plan to now. The characters were interesting, especially Lexi and the dialogue and plot weren't contrived, even the terrorists!

  • Sparkymom
    2019-03-06 11:19

    Absolutely loved itThis was absolutely the best book of the series yet. Since I completely love this series, I don't say this lightly. My favorite people are all there, and everyone is growing, stretching, and changing. Lexi and Slash are a couple, and things are becoming complicated between her and Elvis. The danger level certainly kicks up a notch in this story, but Lexi proves she is up to the challenge...with help from a few friends. As is typical for this series, humor and hilarious dialog abound. This book ( and series) is a great mix off suspense, action, romance, humor, and emotional depth. I am beyond addicted to Lexi!

  • Kate Vale
    2019-02-24 19:09

    What is this book--a contemporary sort-of romance, a New Adult novel, a suspense? Now that I think about it, a little of each. At least insofar as the main character, Lexi, is in her twenties, but has to assume the guise of a high school student in order to take down a group of student hackers wreaking havoc in the school's electronics records systems.In going under cover, far more cyber-terrorism dangers surround the school, including Lexi, the students, and freaking out parents as well as her first boyfriend, an Italian hunk I'd like to meet.Fun and exciting, I think I'll opt for suspense.

  • Cynthia Pratt
    2019-03-23 17:29

    I feel in love with this series early on first because Lexi was so brilliant and nerdy. I have loved all the characters that have been added and the interplay between them all. Its great to see all of them evolve with their experiences. I did think that No Biz Like Showbiz was a little weak but this latest one is one action packed ride as well as some very interesting new characters and full of some very emotional situations for all involved. I immediately preordered the next one and was thrilled to find that author is already got three more books in the planning. I certainly hope it goes beyond there as I am no where near ready to let go of these people.

  • Tara Chevrestt
    2019-02-27 11:24

    I wanted to love this. I'm a huge fan of this author and this series. The laughs in the first three books.... The problem is I've come to expect that from the rest of the series. And it's not working out that way. Book four didn't make me laugh as much as I'd hoped. This one, book five, didn't make me laugh at all. Perhaps the humor has petered out? It just got too technical for me too. It's getting way into computer stuff, which I have no interest in at all. I think some of the fun has gone out of it, also, because Lexi has finally settled down with a love interest.

  • WiLoveBooks
    2019-03-01 15:08

    I <3 Lexi Carmichael. This was the first book I've read in this series and now I want to go back and read from the beginning. Not that I was lost or anything but because I liked it that much. Lexi is smart and socially awkward. She is good at her job. She gets into dangerous situations (according to her boyfriend, trouble follows her like a stalker). She finds her way out with her brains and quick thinking. In this book Lexi goes undercover at a high school (apparently she looks young) and isn't all that excited about it. Danger ensues. I just loved this book.

  • Julie Jones
    2019-02-28 17:09

    After the first page of the first book, I realized this was going to read like a carbon copy of the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich. It's basically the same blueprint, so similar in some cases that I nearly put it down. But I still couldn't help but get pulled in. These books are quick, entertaining reads. I made it through all seven books in a week. I'll read the eighth when it comes out in the fall.

  • Pamela Tracy
    2019-03-05 13:10

    Thoroughly enjoyed this one. I like how Moffett takes interesting scenarios - reality shows, high school - and uses them for her settings.Great characters in this one, and I'm glad her posse was around.I would have enjoyed a bit more high school norm before the take over. Loved the bad guys.Disappointed in Elvis for being too easy. He's supposed to be smart, but sex isn't love and I expected more from him.

  • Sheryl
    2019-03-12 16:08

    I just love the Lexi Carmichael series and savored every moment of this book. It was fun and exciting and very "edge of your seat". Cannot wait for the next one! Keep them coming. Lexi is truly a unique and wonderful character.

  • Yvonne
    2019-03-15 14:25

    I love this seriesWell written, intriguing stories and a smart, woman at the center of it all. The books are entertaining, engaging and always a fun read. Can't wait for the next one!

  • Merrie
    2019-03-04 16:19

    I always enjoy a good Lexi story by my long-time friend Julie Moffett. As always, the book is a compelling and engrossing lead and Lexi is adorably clueless about personal relationships. This wasn't my very favorite of the series, but I really enjoyed it!