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Spies, Lies, and Allies

Summers are supposed to be fun, right? Not mine. Ive got a job at my dads company, which is sponsoring a college scholarship competition. I just found out that, in addition to my job assisting the competing interns, Im supposed to vote for the winner. Totally not what I signed up for.My boss is running the competition like its an episode of Survivor. Then theres Carlos, who is, well, very distractingin a good way. But I cant even think about him like that because fraternizing on the job means instant disqualification for the intern involved.As if thats not enough, an anonymous informant with insider intel is trying to sabotage my dads company on social media...and Im afraid it's working.Much as Id love to quit, I cant. Kristoffs Never Quit is our family motto. I just hope theres more than one survivor by the end of this summer....

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ISBN : 9781633756984
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Number of Pages : 300 pages
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Spies, Lies, and Allies Reviews

  • Melliane

    Mon avis en Français

    My English review

    I did not know at all about this novel nor the author but I admit that I was immediately intrigued by the synopsis! I must say that I am very happy to have discovered this story because I really had a great time with it!

    Laurel is a young girl who wants to go back to when she could spend time with her father. Since his company has grown up, she wants more than anything to spend time with him, but it is more difficult than expected. So here she has a plan, and
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  • Ariana

    Deliciously cute! 4.5 stars

    Such a delightful (light and sweet) contemporary story about family, friendship, wrong first impressions and love. I stayed up late to finish reading it and I don’t regret one second of those sleepless hours.

  • Nicole

    First things first: I received this book through NetGalley.

    This book comes out May 4th, and you should totally check it out!!!

    Summary: Summers are supposed to be fun, right? Not mine. I’ve got a job at my dad’s company, which is sponsoring a college scholarship competition. I just found out that, in addition to my job assisting the competing interns, I’m supposed to vote for the winner. Totally not what I signed up for.

    There’s a crazy guy running the competition like it’s an episode of Survivor.
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  • Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids

    A fun sweet romance with friendship, and family at it's core. SPIES, LIES and ALLIES is a Breakfast Club meets The Apprentice during the summer time. Set at Laurel's dad's highly respectful office, this book is full of enjoyable characters all of whom I enjoyed getting to know.

    FULL REVIEW https://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/2018/...

    3.5 stars

  • Raven_Blake (dreamy addictions)

    Same Review Also posted On My Blog: Dreamy Addictions

    I loved Lisa Brown Robert’s Playing the Player and when I heard of this book, I knew I had check it out because it sounds so fun. Well, It did not disappoint me. I quite enjoyed the story. It was an adorable read filled with cute romance, humor, friendship, family and lots of geeky references. I liked the plot. The characters were totally fun and I enjoyed the friendly banters between them. The main characters Laurel and Carlos were super cute
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  • Laura's Book Addiction

    When thinking about Spies, Lies and Allies, I think survivor, The Apprentice and a sprinkling of The Bachelor.

    Laurel was a fascinating character to read about and had a realistic voice. The whole premise of the novel was wonderfully executed and all the characters were the perfect add into the mix.

    I need to get hold of all the authors other books, I was thoroughly impressed.

    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for letting me review this title for my honest opinion.

  • Katherine Paschal

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    Wanting to spend more time with her workaholic father, Laurel comes up with a plan (and a lot of begging to get it approved!) to work with him at the office. Her job is to "assist the interns" but in actuality she will be a huge part of the selection process to choose who will be the winner of the full ride scholarship- the catch is that none of the interns know. Laurel gets to battle the lies, heartache, drama and crushes that come her way this s



    I also thought that it was really sweet that the entire reason Laurel got herself into this mess was to spend time with her father- she was willing to set herself up for any kind of job at his company for the opportunity to spend a little more time with him, even if it meant only during the commute. You could easily feel how important family was to central plot of this story and I am always a fan of YA that stresses familial love and support. Along the way she found herself some romantic love as well as friendship, two other kinds of live a person needs, and the last two that Laurel was expecting.

    I don't want to give too much about the book away because the development of relationship and the surprising turns Laurel took with her choices was most of the fun of the book, finding out that first impressions may be the wrong impression and to not be so judgy because people have the propensity to surprise you! As a side note, Trish snuck up on me with her snark and bold actions, so much so that she became one of my favorite characters.



    This was my first book by Lisa Brown Roberts and I enjoyed her cute characters and fun plots. I would gladly read more from her in the future, especially if I am looking for a romance with heart and banter.

    ​I am voluntarily reviewing an advance, complimentary copy of this book. ​

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  • Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥

    ***4.5/5 Stars***

    Spies, Lies, and Allies had me a laughing, sighing swooning mess!
    This was such an adorable book and it almost had a Breakfast Club feel to it at times, which I absolutely loved! When I finished that last page, I realized that Lisa Brown Roberts has become one of my favorite authors. Each time I pick up a book by her, I not only fall in love with the characters and story line, but I always have the hugest smile on my face while I'm reading. I did just that with Spies, Lies and

    “Did anyone ever tell you your eyes look just like Hershey’s Kisses?”

    Omigod. That was my outside voice.


    In hopes of spending more time with her dad, Laurel Kristofferson got a job at his company over the summer. She would be assisting the new interns and at the end of the project she would help vote for which intern would win a $100k scholarship. You guys.... I loved Laurel right from the start! Yes she was Star Wars obsessed, huge heads up about that, but she had me laughing from the nicknames she gave people, to her Facebook stalking, to her reactions to something as simple as someone else leaving notes in her notebook. But she was so much more than a teenage girl who made me laugh. I felt as though I got to grow up right along side her. So many of her feelings and insecurities took me back to moments in my past where I felt just like her.

    I sneak a peek at Carlos. If I had to vote today, I’d vote for him. He was so passionate when he spoke, and he did so much research and he— he— My brain shuts off as he raises his head and meets my gaze, one corner of his delicious mouth quirking up.

    Delicious
    ? What is wrong with me?


    There was four summer interns - Carlos, Elijah, Ashley and Jason - competing for the scholarship. And alongside them was Trish, whose father worked at the company. They were all so different from one another and their first project was to work together as a team. They had rocky moments with each other, especially Trish and Laurel. But we watched as they tried to put aside their differences and take those first few awkward steps to form a friendship. It wasn't easy and mistakes were definitely made along the way. But I loved watching them all figure out how to mesh together as a team. It was so entertaining and smile inducing!

    I’m indignant , but my body is also buzzing from the adrenaline of this… this whatever we’re doing. Are we just joking around? Or are we flirting? Whatever it is, I don’t want it to stop. But it has to. I’d never forgive myself if he was disqualified because of me.


    When Laurel was at work, she constantly found herself drawn to Carlos. They could joke so seamlessly together, but it always had this undercurrent of electricity. Sparks flew any time Laurel and Carlos were around each other and I found myself gripping onto every word they said to each other. It made me feel like I was falling in love for the first time, all over again. But nothing could happen between them. There was a no fraternizing rule at work and if it was broken Carlos would get kicked off the team and lose his opportunity for the scholarship. Sigh. I have to say that Carlos was so easy to love. He was thoughtful, smart, and such a hard worker. He also stood up for Laurel and every once in a while a little bit of jealously would peak through. I loved everything about him. But Laurel? She could be so clueless at times since she didn't have much experience with boys.

    “And you’re a lot smarter than I thought you were.” An ironic smile curves her lips. “You’re still a princess, but you’re more of a Fiona than a Sleeping Beauty.” - Trish to Laurel


    There was so many hidden gems in this story about friendships and family relationships. I absolutely loved the interactions between Trish and Laurel. Trish could be so bitchy towards Laurel and they seemed like polar opposites. Yet I loved watching Laurel find her backbone and I have a feeling that a lot of people are going to love this part of the story! But I also loved watching her relationship with her dad develop. It was funny, awkward, and had moments of hurt and love all rolled together. Laurel and her dad came to become one of my favorite father/daughter relationships in any book I've read. It warmed my heart and there was so much emotion between the two of them. So if you adore relationships outside of the couple, you are definitely in for a treat!

    “But we’re not supposed to fraternize. Rule number eight. Remember all the exclamation points?”

    He takes a long sip of water, so I take the opportunity to stare at his mouth.

    “I see rules as suggestions.” He sets his glass on the table and his lips take their sweet time curving into a tempting smile.


    There is so much I'm not even touching on, but pick up this book and you'll discover my love for Elijah, or the ridiculous daily jokes Laurel told Miss Emmaline or even the mystery that was in this story. But my favorite thing was that I couldn't make it more than a few pages without busting out laughing or having the hugest grin on my face. And I won't ever forget how a scene towards the end made me cry. I absolutely loved Spies, Lies and Allies! So if you adore YA Romance, you definitely have to give one of her books a try!

    I wish I was like Rey in The Force Awakens , brave and tough. Or Princess Leia, snarky and brilliant. But right now, I feel like a young Anakin Skywalker, when no one thought he was capable of piloting his own Podracer, let alone winning a race.


    PS I have to give a heads up that there were A LOT of Stars Wars references, she even calls her dad Vader. And at first I was definitely confused. You see, I've seen six of the movies but that was forever and a day ago. And besides kinda knowing the characters names and what they looked like, that's it. Yup, sorry lol. So when we kept getting Stars Wars references I thought this book may not be the best fit for me. But I was completely wrong. Even if there were probably a few things I completely missed....I totally had to Google stuff like Alderaan....I still loved every single minute of it. Oh I didn't get the Harry Potter references too. Yes I know I'm an awful human being lol. But hey I got The Big Bang Theory reference ha!

    PPS There were a few moments between Carlos and Elijah that I would have died to be able to know what they were saying!! Does anybody else feel that way too??

    *I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book, provided by Entangled: Teen. All thoughts and opinions are my own.*

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