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The Manolo Matrix

The Manolo Matrix

USA Today bestselling author of The Givenchy Code Julie Kenner reloads for her second novel of high-heeled thrills as another woman gets pulled into a mysterious world of extreme gaming where she must play or die.

Aspiring actress Jennifer Crane knows all about games -- the games girls play to get a guy; the games actresses play to land a part; and the good old game of credit-card roulette. (How else is a girl supposed to afford her shoes?) But she never expected to be playing a game with life-or-death consequences. Unable to successfully score an acting gig, she has, instead, been cast in the role of reluctant bodyguard to a real-life assassin's target -- a dashing FBI agent of all people! -- and must embark with him upon a scavenger hunt across Manhattan in search of the ultimate prize: survival. Before this, Jenn's definition of fighting dirty has been elbowing her way to the front of the line at a Manolo sample sale. Now, if she wants to stay alive, she's going to have to learn a few new uses for her stilettos. . . and they ain't pretty.

Fast, flirty, and full of great footwear, The Manolo Matrix is another electrifying adventure in this breakout series for fashionistas who love a perfectly appointed mystery.

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J. Kenner (aka Julie Kenner) is the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, Wall Street Journal and International bestselling author of over seventy novels, novellas and short stories in a variety of genres.

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  • Vicki

    Picking up where the Givenchy Code stopped it takes us even more into the crazy game that Melanie and Matthew find themselves. They once again are chasing all over New York, while they have no idea wh...

  • Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!}

    Disclaimer: Snark and gifs and adult language.Rating: 2.5 starsThe characterization was one-dimensional and relied on stereotypes. Sloppy writing.One of the characters was a Sociopath and a serial kil...

  • Michelle H

    I usually don’t love sequels as much as the original but there was something about the kitsch of the Broadway clues that sucked me in. I also loved that Jen was the protector this time....

  • Shalor T.

    Before I say anything else, let me say that I loved this book as much as I did the first one. It's incredibly intertaining, but unfortunately it just wasn't as good as the first one. Following in the ...

  • Adriana

    The Manolo Matrix by Julie KennerThis was my favorite of the Codebreaker Trilogy. The description of the book I am listing below is from the back jacket of the book. I'm adding it because I believe th...

  • DeadRoseSam

    While this wasn't bad, it wasn't what I had been expecting. Perhaps I should have read the first book (which I might do since I like Mel more), but the clues in this book, while definitely well-resear...

  • Antof9

    This is the perfect book for sitting on the back deck in the sun! I read it on Monday(6/5/06), and loved it. Of course, now I want to read The Givenchy Code, but I'm pleased to report it is totally no...

  • Mary Grace Nakao

    I bought this book from a "thrift bookstore" (Im not really sure how you call it XD) and thought that I really got my money back. I enjoyed reading this the whole time, there were some actions and som...

  • Mandy

    I remembered really liking the first book, but this one was a little slow for me. The romance was too instant and forced. It was hard to believe that Devlin went from being so depressed that he didn't...

  • Sharon

    I had read the Givenchy Code (which is apparently the first book of a trilogy) and enjoyed it. I gave this bood a low rating because I felt I was reading the same story again, but instead of Melanie h...

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