A Review of Spied by JM Miller

Title: Spied
Author: J.M. Miller
Genre: Romantic Comedy Standalone
Release Date: October 20, 2016


Gia Keats works both sides of love’s dirty business. Some days are spent at Silhouette Bridal Boutique, helping brides prepare for their delusional walk to happily ever after. Other days she clocks hours for Duplicity, spying on cheaters and crushing their plans for future trysts. The two jobs are a solid reminder to ignore the dead thing inside her chest and to stay out of love’s sight. She never expected to get caught.
Love is also pretty far down on Mark Foster’s priority list. The closest thing he’s had to a relationship was two nights with a hottie tourist looking for an unforgettable vacation bang. But after he catches a gorgeous local spying on a public make-out session, his sour view of long-term turns a little sweet. He’ll even ignore the odd coincidences that follow her for a taste of the L word.
Falling for Mark’s charm would be easier than choosing a single item from a dessert menu, but Gia knows love’s never that simple. When an anonymous Duplicity client hires her to target a Silhouette bride and groom, both sides of the business collide.  And Mark’s ties to the bride are the icing on the screwed up cake.


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🌟🌟🌟🌟 Review for SPIED by J.M. Miller

What does one do when they have become skeptical of true love and lost faith in the trust that goes into a relationship? Why, work in a bridal store, right? Our heroine, Gia, is willing to support her aunt and sister in the family business that is all about weddings, working side by side with them to help brides make their dreams come true—but this is not where she finds passion. In fact, behind the scenes, Gia has begun her own business—Duplicity—in which she works as a PI, spying on cheaters in order to save brides from future hurt and devastation.

Believing herself invisible to most, Gia finds herself in a compromising situation when the man who caught her “spying” on a couple and believes her to be a voyeur walks into the bridal shop. To make matters worse, this man who seems to see her, the man who has captured her attention as well, is too close to the situation in which Gia has just been hired to investigate. Is Gia willing to take a chance on a relationship? And just how far is Gia willing to bend the truth to protect her business and fulfill the job she was hired to do? At what point does she cross the line with her deceit and betray the relationship that seems to be budding?

This delightfully sweet and funny RomCom will have you laughing out loud at not only the situations in which Gia finds herself, but at the banter that drives the tension and chemistry between Gia and Mark. These two are the perfect complement to one another, and Mark will quickly find his way into your list of fun-loving and passionate book boyfriends.


“Do you know what I love? When a book surprises me in the BEST way!” – The Dirty Book Girls 

“If you are looking for a fun, humorous, romantic story then this is the one! A Must Read!” – Alpha Book Club

“I didn’t want it to end. Hilarious, laugh-out-loud moments, swoony moments and overall fun.” – Goodreads review

J.M. Miller currently consumes her coffee in Florida. When she isn’t busy being distracted by social media sites, she writes Young Adult and New Adult romance novels that vary in genre from contemporary to paranormal.


Aside from spending time with her family, she loves to travel and will jump at the chance to go anywhere, whenever life allows.




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