Gabby is planning to take things to the
next level with super hunky nerd Reed the night the big
buffoon calls off their relationship. She is stunned and when
he says that it is due to the fact he needs more excitement.
Excuse me. Well, about the time she poured her wine over his
head, she could almost see straight again.
Reed can’t believe the fire in the little
woman, and an accountant at that. Hmm, and where was his back
up when he was being assaulted in a nice restaurant? Probably
laughing himself into a stupor. Now that he though that he
had needed backup anyway. It was more like someone just
spying on his conversations. Well, he did his job. He kept
her safe while gathering intel that she wasn’t involved in
anything shady. Now he is really in a bind, as he is told she
is still his assignment and he needs to get back together with
her. How is he going to do that? It was hard enough avoiding
her with that wide smile and those shapely curves. Heck, his
partner refers to her as “Legs”. Can he even grovel enough to
get her to take him back?
Well, if she takes him back, it will be
on her terms, and if he brings food, all the better. But why
does he never seem to be at work? Her co-workers at the
secret branch of the government don’t think he is all on the
up and up. What will happen when he starts to think the same
thing about her co-workers?
When you sit down to read Right
Here, Right Now, you need to be prepared. First, you
need a box of tissues, so that when you start laughing so hard
you cry, you are all set. Second, you don’t want any soda or
milk near you. You so don’t want to repeat those laughing so
hard soda or milk comes out your nose incidents, do you?
Ms. Dimon takes a super-humorous look at
the world of business intrigue and just how funny some of it
could be, looking in from the outside. She has created a
group of loveable, funny characters (I would love to see Doug
get his own story) and with winning dialogue has made a story
that I can’t wait to recommend to everyone I know. After
repeatedly telling my husband why I was laughing out loud he
said “I guess that one will be Joyfully Recommended”, and I
wouldn’t want to disappoint him. Therefore Right Hear,
Right Now is Joyfully Recommended and I look forward
to Ms. Dimon’s next book!