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REVIEW: Dr Yes by Lisa Cach

Dear Ms Cach,

5535221.gifI told you this was one of my favorites of your older books and here’s my gushing fangrrl letter about it.

Oh. My. God. This book is a winner. Screamingly funny heroine with a nose ring and a pink dye job is contacted by a secret organization known as B. L.I. S. S. Evil but, surprisingly shy looking, Dr. Alan Archer (a man out of Rachel Calais’s past) is out to find the legendary lost Nepalese mountain valley of Yonam, where a type of lichen grows that can bring any woman to her knees then flat on her back. Yes, my friends, it’s a sex drug.

Along with a grab bag of super cool gadgets, Rachel has Harrison Wiles. He’s a smooth, handsome, B. L. I. S. S. agent with a devastating British accent. Rule Britannia! Can they stop Alan from getting his hands on the Yes drug and ruining the lives of women everywhere? Will they realize how much they love each other as they trade snippy comments across the dangerous mountain passes? Will they pass up the chance to get their hands all over each other on these dangerous mountain passes?

Grab this book and find out as well as laugh your way through a smart homage to the best of Bond movies. I can only be grateful that Harrison’s last name wasn’t something awful like Goodtushie or Good—, no I can’t say it. This is another witty and fresh romance mold breaker. Rachel is smart and sassy and Harrison is to die for while never less than a gentleman. The backdrop of Nepal is wonderful but even though I read the the next installment in the series, I never learned what B. L. I. S. S. stands for! A-


Another long time reader who read romance novels in her teens, then took a long break before started back again about 15 years ago. She enjoys historical romance/fiction best, likes contemporaries, action- adventure and mysteries, will read suspense if there's no TSTL characters and is currently reading very few paranormals.


  1. Jan
    May 11, 2007 @ 17:00:23

    This is my favorite of hers as well. It hit the humor mark from beginning to end.

  2. Jayne
    May 12, 2007 @ 18:26:27

    It’s too bad that the other books in the series weren’t as good as this one.

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