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3.46  ·  Rating details ·  1,526 ratings  ·  205 reviews
Halfway through her first year on the job, Melissa Montclair decides the best part of teaching is winter break.

And the best part of break is the Perfect Ten she meets in a bar on New Year’s Eve. Why not celebrate a semester under her belt with a Perfect Ten in her pants? The one night affair is all she hoped for, until she walks into school a week later and sees Mr. Ten is
Published January 21st 2016 by Kayti McGee
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Cara Nicole
Jan 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Oh my, I didn't know a book would be able to make me cringe, blush, laugh out loud, and my cheeks hurt from smiling so much.
UnderCovers is a hilarious and unique tale of two people who meet at the wrong time (ahem... bar... New Year's) but are perfect for each other. Melissa and Spence think they are out to have one good night, and then never see the other one again. Fate has other laughable ideas in place instead. Namely, a teacher who is mortified to find out the best sex of her life is now
Ang~Dirty Laundry Review
Oh my Kayti McGee. I thought I knew you. Clearly, I did not! I always knew you were hilarious, and you make me laugh every single day, but I really had no idea how dirty you can be. You are one dirty dirty girl, and I love it!

I don’t even know where to start with this review! I just want to shout from the rooftops about how UnderCovers is the most perfect of perfectness, the funniest of the funny, and so fucking hot! I am in love with Spence and Melissa! Kayti McGee just nailed it. She has a
Brianna at Renee Entress's Blog
4.5 Stars!

I adored this book. Kayti McGee delivers a book to her readers that is sexy, cute, sweet, quirky with a touch of suspense. This author is brand new to me and someone I will look for in the future. Told in dual point of view, Melissa and Spence will keep you on the edge of our seat until the end. And bonus, this book is a complete standalone with an ending that will have you smiling ear to ear.

This is Spence and Melissa's story. It was only supposed to be a one night stand. He is
Feb 13, 2016 rated it did not like it




And, yes, he sure as shit asked that.

Moving on..

The FMC & her friend immediately drooling like a dumbass over the MMC like they are 12-years old...


The banter , ie cheesy pick up lines, exchanged set to the tune of even more giggling inner 12-year-old thoughts...


Ah, three minutes into them meeting, the MMC serenades her with the "Top Gun" theme song, complete with stranger backup singers and beer bottle mics...


Him calling her beautiful in every fucking piece of dialogue he
Angie - Angie's Dreamy Reads
This book had me laughing like crazy.
It's completely hilarious.
Mel's inner freak outs were PERFECTION. SO FUNNY.
UnderCovers is a great, sexy, and quick read with a touch of taboo that's not really taboo. LMAO!
ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review

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UnderCovers by Kayti McGee is your literary version of 21 Jump Street!!! In this off beat romantic comedy, Ms. McGee weaves humor, romance, and a bit of guess who. When Melissa Montclair meets Spence at a bar, they instantly hit it off and after all their flirty exchanges, a one night stand occurs. One night of hot passion where none of them exchanged last names or numbers. It was just to be one night. Well unfortunately for Melissa, her
Habiba Hasabo
Jan 19, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: arc

What did I just read? And no, not in a good way.
I had high hopes for this. Like really really high. And I was disappointed. I just thought it would be a mix of romance, funny moments and some drama along the way.
But I found no romance, little funny moments and zero drama , just Melissa overreacting 99% of the book.

I didn't find any connection between the characters. It was a flat book for me - if this term does even exist-.
I almost didn't finish it, but I
Dec 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Good gravy! Kayti is one great, ZANY romance writer; plus, her mind is a very filthy place that will make a reader blush - Woot! This read is flat out hilariously silly and sexy sweet. If you liked Play, by Kylie Scott, Confessions of a Shopaholic, by Sophie Kinsella, or Wallbanger, by Alice Clayton, this one will be right up your alley. Throw in - what my husband claims is straight up legit - the calling upon of baseball statistics so Spencer can make Melissa the happiest of women, and you've ...more
Jan 10, 2016 added it
Shelves: arc

Nope. Can't do it.
Three Chicks
Feb 03, 2016 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars
Review by Jen Skewes

Melissa is out with her best friend for New Year’s Eve and enjoying her current break from teaching her first year. She meets Spencer at the bar and sparks begin to fly. She noticed how hot he was when he first walked in the bar. And the minute he saw her, Spence went right for her. They enjoyed each other’s company, having the same sense of humor, and funny pick up lines. That lead to Spencer going home with Melissa for a hot night of passion. When morning came they
Jan 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
i really enjoyed this book. It was hilariously funny. Imagine- experiencing a night of sexual bliss with a hot stranger, then seeing him as a student at the school you teach at! Horrifying! Spence is undercover but can't let Melissa know, so his only hope is to convince her he's over 18 so that there's a slim possibility that the bliss can continue. On top of that, there's the job he's working on and the horrible chance that she may be a suspect. At the same time, she's aware of the drug problem ...more
Lea (Between fantasy and reality)
This was really funny
3.5 stars

Very funny in parts but sometimes made it OTT.

An easy little lighthearted read
Karen Mc
Jan 07, 2016 rated it really liked it
A fun, flirty, and fabulous fire cracker of a comedy, Under Covers by Kayti McGee is a must-read romantic comedy that clutches you from the very first page. I loved every hot and humorous minute! This light, laughable, and lust-eliciting book is the perfect escape, a guilty pleasure, and a delicious date akin to decadent chocolate cake that’s oh-so sinfully good.

Snort-laugh. Swoon. Repeat. I alternated between giggling and gushing throughout this sweet and sexy story that definitely made me
Jan 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
This is a good book. The epilogue really intrigued me so much that I went right into it. The book was enjoyable and pretty funny. Both Hs used a lot of cheesy pick-up lines and jokes which was really lame and hilarious. The plot seemed a little unbelievable since the Hero was a 26-year-old cop disguised as a 19-year-old highschooler. The author did make the story more believable with her writing though.


The story was about Melissa, a 25-year-old history teacher who had a
Jan 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Is it fine to do a review that just has two words? And those two words are actually the same words?

Because if that is fine and totes acceptable then my review would be one of the following:

1. Real review - Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

2. Real review - Hot hot hot hot hot hot hot.

3. Real review - Teacher, teacher, teacher, teacher, teacher

4. Real review - Fuck, it I need to get beyond the word thing.

I have a personal aversion to books where the character has conversations with the reader.
Ivy Deluca
Jan 16, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: _arc-reads, funny
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I run my hands across the small of her back softly, swaying against her as she arches into me. We are dancing without music, a sexy tango of clothes and lips. (See what I did there? Tango. Oh wait, that’s Argentina. Never mind.) And soon she is standing in nothing but lace. I run my hands over the swells of her breasts and relish in her gasps and moans. She's wound tight, and I plan to play her
A Hopeless Romantic's Booklandia
I wanted to read UnderCovers as soon as I saw that it was written by Ms. McGee because I've read the books she's done with Laurelin Paige and absolutely loved them, so I was sure this would be good! And when I actually read the synopsis, I was even more excited for it. It was fantastic and I loved it from the moment I started it!

Melissa is such an awesome heroine! She's funny and sassy, passionate and warm, and she's smart and loves history - just like me although it's safe to say that she
Jan 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2016, arcs, 4-stars
**4 Stars**

Under Covers is a fun and short read. Melissa is a sexy and sassy high school teacher who is out with her bestie for New Year's Eve, when this gorgeous man walks into the bar. Now I know that sounds cliche and we have all probably heard this beginning before but, that beginning has never had the hot, sexy, Spencer Vega in it. And of course he and Melissa hit it off instantly which leads to a very steamy night.

Brushing it off as a one night stand, Melissa and Spence definitely did
Jan 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Under Covers by Kayti McGee is a lighthearted romance with comedic elements. Melissa Montclair, newly employed high school history teacher, is enjoying her winter holiday. On New Years eve Melissa and her BFF go out for drinks and what happens in the bar - a perfect 10 of a man! Melissa says to hell with it and takes Mr. 10 home for a wicked one night stand. Spence Vega was the last person Melissa expected to see on the first day back after break. Posing as a student, Spence an undercover police ...more
Jan 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Reviewing on behalf of relentless book chic’s ramblings and reviews

This was one of the funniest books I’ve ever read, I laughed at almost every page. It’s not the typical teacher/student story you may be expecting.

Melissa is out in a bar on New Year ’s Eve with her friend Jane. The men aren’t up to their standards until a number 10 walks in, Spencer Vega.

Melissa is instantly attracted to him and after a fun night of flirting, she takes him home. It was supposed to be a one night stand but when
Lisa Mandina
Feb 14, 2017 rated it really liked it
Probably closer to a 4.5. My only real issue is probably how neatly and quickly the ending tied up. Although tying up, or handcuffs, might actually kind of be the point of the ending. :-) Full review to come on Lisa Loves Literature soon!
Jan 23, 2016 rated it liked it
First off, great cover design!

Ok, here's my thoughts...I think it started with a bang! I was about 17% in and had already sent a message to a fellow reader that it was really funny. I thought it was great, funny, silly, loving it - up until chapter seven (about 40%) then it just got a bit weird, a bit immature, and a whole lot of ick factor.
The H - The fact that he was 26 year old posing as a 19 year old, just made it unbelievable. The h - The fact that she willingly continued to sleep with a
Deb Carroll
Dec 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing

I loved it! It's so hot I squirmed and giggled like a little girl!

The pickup lines are awesome and I laughed so hard I snorted more than a few times! The inner dialogue Melissa has with herself cracked me up because I have those kinds of conversation with myself. And Spence, holy panty explosion! The things he did will make your toes curl and your heart beat fast! I am not going to lie, I was totally turned on!

This book really should come with a warning!
Melony Hobgood
Jan 22, 2016 rated it really liked it
What would you do if your one night stand turned out to be your new student or your teacher. The way they reason their way through this was so funny I was laughing from beginning to end with Melissa and Spencer.
Ginger Ale
Jul 26, 2018 rated it liked it
3.5 Cute and funny!
This was a really amusing quick read. Enjoyable.
By the end of first chapter I was completely in love with UnderCovers. Melissa's narration was full of quirky thoughts like:
"Have you ever noticed how many nurses smoke? I have a theory that they secretly have the cure for cancer and just aren't sharing it."

The in second chapter POV switched to hero, Spencer. It was typical dirty and cocky na male narration. My elation fell a bit, but at least every second chapter would be great, right? Think again!
Because, honestly, the only good thing in this
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Kayti McGee is a proud Kansas Citian who wishes that Tom Hiddleston would just call her already. Besides writing, her hobbies include napping, daydreaming, and murder shows on Netflix. She also writes as the latter half of Laurelin McGee. Send her wine, and stay sexy.

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