Alien in the Family
Super-Being Exterminator Kitty Katt and the Alpha Centaurian she loves, Jeff Martini, should be finalizing their wedding plans. But that was before she discovers Jeff is in line to become Emperor back on his home world. Kitty knows she is everything a royal family wouldn't approve of, and is... show more
Super-Being Exterminator Kitty Katt and the Alpha Centaurian she loves, Jeff Martini, should be finalizing their wedding plans. But that was before she discovers Jeff is in line to become Emperor back on his home world. Kitty knows she is everything a royal family wouldn't approve of, and is bracing herself for the worst. As it turns out, the royal family is just the beginning. Especially when extraterrestrial Amazonian terrorists are determined to start and end Kitty and Jeff's nuptial festivities with a bang.
Publish date: April 5th 2011
Pages no: 457
Edition language: English
Series: Katherine "Kitty" Katt (#3)
Hmmmm... near the end, while I was taking a break, it occurred to me what the book was reminding me of. You know near the end of Clue, when Tim Curry is recounting the events thus far and the "guests" are following him en mass from room to room? Yeah. That. Only in a good deal larger scale, like fro...
Absolutely fabulous! Review soon...
Another fabulous adventure for Kitty. This one is not only a live or die but also a rite of succession and a wedding. Without giving too much away...we meet some new aliens, have a interstellar challenge and to end it all you guessed it...a very "special" wedding. Loved the action and the humor. I l...
First read: May 30-31, 2012Second read: June 3-4th, 2013As always, a fun, funny, action pack and romantic story, filled with crazy adventures, crazy villains and royal surprises. As always, Kitty is extremely awesome, Jeff is protective, jealous and hot, Reader needs to turn straight, ACE is adorabl...
TLDR: I give this book the series standard 3.5 stars – rounded up to 4 for the alien snark. The story is still outlandish. Kitty is still ridiculously relied upon. Yet, the snark is still ever present and, if you maintain the suspension of belief by the boatloads, the series continues to be a laugh ...
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