Down Under with the Hottie

Down Under with the Hottie Ten days in Sydney Australia with my first boyfriend My Spring Break couldn t be better Sure it s a mission for GASI but we lucked out with our cover story We are boyfriend and girlfriend traveling

  • Title: Down Under with the Hottie
  • Author: Juli Alexander
  • ISBN: 9781502874153
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ten days in Sydney, Australia with my first boyfriend My Spring Break couldn t be better Sure, it s a mission for GASI, but we lucked out with our cover story We are boyfriend and girlfriend traveling with a group of American high school students.I mean, sure, we have some terrorists to stop And some of the teens on the trip aren t the nicest Then there s this guy, AaTen days in Sydney, Australia with my first boyfriend My Spring Break couldn t be better Sure, it s a mission for GASI, but we lucked out with our cover story We are boyfriend and girlfriend traveling with a group of American high school students.I mean, sure, we have some terrorists to stop And some of the teens on the trip aren t the nicest Then there s this guy, Aaron, who seems to be watching us With Grandma, Nic, Christie, and some help from the Australians, how can we lose Except some of our help is actually a hindrance and we re down to the wire on stopping the terrorists from blowing up the Sydney Tower The brutal truth is that missions fail, but can we live with ourselves if we don t succeed

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    • Kristina says:

      Down Under with the Hottie by Juli Alexander is the third book in the Investigating the Hottie series. It is spring break and Amanda has a new assignment. She is going to Australia. Her long-distance boyfriend, is also going as well as her Aunt Christie and her partner, Nic. Amanda and Will Middleton will be joining a tour group called Go Big Tours that is going to Sydney (and see the sights). Their mission is to stop a terrorist plot to take down Sydney's economy. GASI's believes that Avaritia [...]

    • Liliana says:

      Reviewed on Lili Lost in a BookWill and Amanda's next mission is in Australia where they're trying to stop some explosions from taking place. Luckily for them, this time around they're going undercover as boyfriend and girlfriend! Oh yeah! ;)I loved it so, so much! It was very exciting and adventurous and just so sweet and romantic! I did feel like we didn't get enough of Christie and Nic though. There's just something up with them, and I don't know what HmmmI really liked the new characters we [...]

    • Katarina says:

      I like this series, and this book does not disappoint. I foudn the main character, Amanda, to be smart and sassy. She's still a teen, and she deals with typical teen drama (friends and boufriend), in addition to being a spy. I love the premise, and really enjoyed reading this book. Enough laughs, drama and action to captivate to the last page.

    • Shaeley Santiago says:

      This time, Amanda and Will are sent with a high school tour group on a trip to Australia, where there is a terrorist threat. This time, it's Grandma's turn to get kidnapped, and everyone is not who they seem.

    • Colette says:

      Another fun read from Alexander, I enjoyed the other books more, but this one was still great. I cannot wait for the next Stirring Up Trouble book!

    • Moonlight says:

      *Received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*3.5 STARS!Slightly disappointing in comparison to the second novel! I am not a fan of the covers, they are rather cheesy, but you definitely need to look past them as the content is certainly brilliant.When Amanda and Will are sent on their third mission to Australia, they finally get to be themselves… sort of. On a mission to stop a group of terrorists, they need to help figure out when and where they are going to strike. Alongside thi [...]

    • Stacy Sabala says:

      Book Review- Down Under with the Hottie by Juli AlexanderAmanda and Will are back and on a mission to help the Australian government stop an attack on the country. They are posing as student travelers on a tour of the country. They are hoping to stop an attack that could affect the economic system of the country.The tour is proving to be a challenge for their undercover work. One student constantly seeks them out and the chaperone known as Coach won’t let them do anything together alone. Their [...]

    • Amy says:

      3.5 Stars.Full Review:Note: I received an eARC copy of this title in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was not paid to write this. This is also book 3 in a series.Down Under with the Hottie by Juli Alexander was another fun, short read in the Investigating the Hottie series. In this installment Amanda and Will along with Christie, Nic, and Will’s Grandma head to Australia to try and stop a terrorist attack.There were a few minor aspects to the plot that had [...]

    • Lady says:

      Spring Break Terror PlotThis series must be read in order. The first book is Investigating The Hottie. The second book is Undercover With The Hottie. This is the third book. I can't wait to see what happens next!Amanda and Will are on their way to Sydney,Australia to thwart a terrorist attack for GASI. Their supervising agents are Amanda's Aunt Christine and her partner Nic. Weirdly enough Christine and Nic are playing a married couple AGAIN What's up with that?! Does GASI know something they do [...]

    • Candy Laine says:

      Life is much better on this assignment during Spring Break for Amanda and Will. This book in the series has them actually playing in love, a huge improvement from the last time they were forced to play siblings.What's not so cool is the fact that there are terrorists out there targeting a number of Australian landmarks. Now they need to figure out who the bad guys are, and what the plan is before the strike.Nic and Christie are still denying their relationship, but the affection is peeking throu [...]

    • Gina Basham says:

      Wrapped up fastI enjoyed it but the ending was very disjointed. I had to go back and make sure I wasn't missing pages. I am still not sure if missed something. Excellent YA. Over empowering for young girls. I would recommend, especially for teens. Gbash

    • Hay says:

      This was good but very confusing and anticlimatic at the very end. I liked how it moved into Australia though because I'm an Aussie and not many books are set in Australia.

    • Connie says:

      FTC Disclosure: I received this book free from hoping I would review it.

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