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text 2017-03-19 18:36
Quantum by Erin Kellison 99 cents!
Quantum: Red Rock Alien Mail Order Brides 1 (Intergalactic Dating Agency) - Erin Kellison

Ex-soldier turned space pirate Tey Raider is visiting Earth to steal a fortune and use one of the Red Rock vortexes to escape into the deep black. When he bumps into Sophia West, he has no idea the human woman will throw a wrench into the hyperdrive of his master plan, and spin him, his storm cruiser, and his heart out of control.

Sophia doesn’t believe in aliens until a Sedona-based dating agency mixer puts her in direct contact with out-of-this-world clientele. She’s undercover trying to locate her brother—abducted and tortured by the big-brained bully, Nimbus. She strikes a hard bargain with Tey Raider to help her find and free her brother. Never mind that the haunted ex-soldier makes her want to reach out and make an alien connection.

The mission leads to a close encounter, and when the red dust settles, neither will be the same.

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review 2017-01-12 18:24
Review: Until Dawn: A Dragons of Bloodfire World Novella by Erin Kellison
Until Dawn: A Dragons of Bloodfire World Novella - Erin Kellison

Vampire Cal is on a mission. Find out who’s trying to harm reality tv star (and witch) Judith and eliminate the threat if necessary. This author kept the illusion that it was going to be a simple tale but the story was so neatly told and full of surprising turns that before it was over it was obvious it was nothing I thought it would be. I liked her different take on vampires and how they ranked among the other beings in this world. For such a short story it had plenty of action, drama, and a sweet ending. I hope there is more from this couple or at least from Judith's “coven” because they sounded like fun.
3.5 stars rounded to 4.

*A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion*

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review 2017-01-01 03:18
Quantum: Red Rock Alien Mail Order Brides 1 (Intergalactic Dating Agency) - Erin Kellison Sophia has arrived in Sedona looking for her lost brother, what she doesn't expect to find is that aliens are real, her brother is neck-deep in with them, and that she is about to fall in love with a pod made ex-soldier turned space pirate. Tey Raider is an ex-soldier that was abandoned by his people when they lost the war. Him and his fellow brothers, all genetically created to be "cannon fodder" in the war, have become obsolete and thought all terminated. Tey has found his way to Earth in hopes of stealing a means for him to have a life of his own, and a real name, see his name literally means "third raider" due to his role in the war. He wasn't even worth a real name and that is what he wants most out of his freedom and life until he bumps into Sophia. Their adventure thrusts them together and they become unlikely partners; he will help rescue her brother and she will return the crystal that he stole and hid in her purse. Their story was cute, they fell in love way too quickly, but the plot and action were enjoyable. The characters were interesting and the conflict entertaining. I liked it, though I would have liked to see them slow down on the falling-in-love part.
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text 2016-11-28 18:09
REVIEW BY MERISSA - Paradox (Red Rock Alien Mail Order Brides #3) by Erin Kellison
Paradox - Erin Kellison
Paradox is the third book in the Red Rock Alien Mail Order Brides, and we meet Hacker in more depth. He is the third of the Pact Soldiers, and does exactly as his name suggests. Ellen is a soldier working for the Verum. They come together as Pact and Verum try to see if they can trust each other. The vortex moves for Hacker when he first meets Ellen, but she acts coldly towards him, which in turn, just makes him hotter for her. There is also a mission to the future, which brings into play the 'paradox' of the title.
Although I love this series, this one just didn't work as well for me. The relationship between Hacker and Ellen seemed to go from a flat-out NO, to them being together with nothing in between. I did love the story with Alex and Cindi, but I won't go into any further detail on that, except that I loved how it all panned out. 
Very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading flow, I still enjoyed this story, and have no hesitation in recommending this book, or the series.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
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review 2016-11-25 04:16
Paradox (Red Rock Alien Mail Order Brides #3) by Erin Kellison
Paradox - Erin Kellison

Paradox is the third installment in the Red Rock Alien Mail Order series and it’s best to read all 3 in order.



Ellen is a soldier, trained to fight for Earth while carrying the burden of knowing what the future holds and that it could be changed but unable to do anything about it. Hacker is also a soldier but now his only mission is to stop the Consortium of Light, a group of aliens that’s destroyed countless of worlds and that’s now fast approaching Earth.


The interaction between the two was a riot, especially when the couples from the previous books were present. When Hacker and Ellen first met, he instantly realized he had found his “mate” however, Ellen being the strong-willed woman she was, refused to believe her love life was already determined by some pre-destined fate. Hacker was a charmer and a cutie under all that computer and data knowledge exterior and apparently didn’t resent that she would be in command when it came to missions. Really, it was only a matter of time before she realized what she’d be giving up if she didn’t accept him.


I thought the story in itself was good but it lacked a bit of the intrigue and sense of adventure of the first two. It also gave me more insight to the organization created by the good guys and what they did. The ending was ok but I felt there were some things that the story could have delved more on because I felt there were some voids that needed filled. I really hope this is not the last one in the series if only because I’d like to know more of what happened after the group’s last mission.


*** I received this book from one of the authors at no cost to me and I volunteered to read it; this is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher.***

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