Love Spell, Apr 2003, 6.99, 367 pp.
Jane Spyrus is the top inventor for B.L.I.S.S. Her work enables those working in the cold to succeed in very dangerous endeavors. For that the ultra shy Jane is highly regarded by her employers though some males might be a bit fearful of some of her gadgets that could cause a cramp or more to the family jewels.
Edie Andretti believes there is something illegal at her place of employment Ensecksi Satellites. Someone believes she knows too much and kidnaps Edie, who just before her abduction had taken a tampon from Jane's supply. However, that is no ordinary tampon as Jane has hidden a tracking device inside. With Edie's brother Abel and Jane's wheelchair bound grandma Maggie, Jane follows the signal, but not before contacting B.L.I.S.S. Abel and Jane fall in love, but first must rescue his sibling before they can act on their feelings.
Inane? Absolutely, but who will care as those beautiful ladies with their sex gadgetry save the world from evil doers. The third B.L.I.S.S. espionage romantic satire is fun due to the antics of timorous Jane and able Abel. Lynsay Sands spins a delightful story that is silly escapism entertainment for the Jane and James Bonds of the Casino Royale movie world.
This report prepared by Harriet Klausner