Book Review: Just Another Day at the Office by Amber Lynn

Just Another Day at the Office is the second book in the Avery Clavens series by Amber Lynn.

After the success of her first mission in Not In My Job Description, Avery is back and this time working as an FBI agent.  Nate has sort of moved into her apartment, and he is her new partner.

Their first assignment as FBI partners sees them sent to a small government think-tank town in the middle of Montana.  It seems that someone has been stealing and selling secret advances in technology that the scientists have spent a lot of time, money and effort on.  So Nate and Avery are going in undercover to find out who is behind it and stop them.

It sounds easy…

I really enjoyed the first book in the series but was pleasantly surprised to see a paranormal twist in this one, which only made the story more interesting and entertaining.  I have found these books very readable, and I have been completely pulled into the series.

Over the course of the story, we meet an eclectic group of people, and a very intelligent robot named Vinnie, and the strange town in which the story is set adds another layer of interest.  Avery’s quirky personality is unusual for a main character and yet she can be quite amusing, and Nate’s patience with her is endearing.

I can’t wait to read the next book in the series, Working Through the Weekend.  I downloaded a copy of Just Another Day at the Office by Amber Lynn for free from Smashwords.


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