Alien Contact for Kid Sisters

Edward Hoornaert

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Alien Contact for Kid Sisters

Alien Contact for Kid Sisters Fleeing rebels the queen s sister finds a hero to save her Or is he kidnapping her Marianne is sick and tired of being just the kid sister of the famous queen of Kwadra Island Although she daydreams

  • Title: Alien Contact for Kid Sisters
  • Author: Edward Hoornaert
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fleeing rebels, the queen s sister finds a hero to save her Or is he kidnapping her Marianne is sick and tired of being just the kid sister of the famous queen of Kwadra Island Although she daydreams about being a warrior, when rebels bomb the royal ball she s shunted to one of the many tunnels that honeycomb Kwadra, where she awaits a captain of the valiant Royal GuardFleeing rebels, the queen s sister finds a hero to save her Or is he kidnapping her Marianne is sick and tired of being just the kid sister of the famous queen of Kwadra Island Although she daydreams about being a warrior, when rebels bomb the royal ball she s shunted to one of the many tunnels that honeycomb Kwadra, where she awaits a captain of the valiant Royal Guardians Quinn, a scam artist fleeing the police, dons the uniform of a Royal Guardian killed by a tunnel collapse When Marianne mistakes him for her bodyguard, Quinn can t decide whether to save the feisty maiden, fall in love with her or kidnap her With bloodthirsty rebels pursuing them and a treasure map in his pocket, what will he choose A worthy sequel to Alien Contact for Idiots, this book stands on its own as a grand adventure of science fiction romance in the spirit of Romancing the Stone.

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    1. Jo(Mixed Book Bag) on said:

      While this is a romance it is also a story of how two people change and grow as they are forced to work together. Throw in a young spoiled bratty character who adds to the spice in the story and it gets even better. Marianne loves her older sister while yearning for something meaningful for herself. Quinn is a con man who finds that he wants to live up to the uniform he took from a dead man. Together they go on a journey where they grow into better and different people as they work together. Loo [...]

    2. Lilyn G. (Scifi and Scary) on said:

      Color me all sorts of impressed. Alien Contact for Kid Sisters is a solidly written book. The main character, Marianne, is battling a mental illness and the author makes sure its not magically righted or brushed aside instantly. (Although I will say it seems to be written in this magical in between time where she’s not really super affected by it. Of course, at one point I was diagnosed as bipolar (I disagree.), so maybe she just seems normal to me for a reason. Hmmmmm.) A recurring theme is M [...]

    3. Amy Braun on said:

      Super fun sequel focusing on fiery, rebellious Marianne. I enjoyed the first book– ALIEN CONTACT FOR IDIOTS– but I like this one way more. The action was more prominent and intense, the tension was stronger, and I loved the chemistry between the characters. Everyone had a great level of depth that I loved, even the little girl, Elfy. I loved the spirit and life in Marianne, and Quinn is an excellent bad boy with a good heart, which helped make the romantic scenes more exciting. Definitely [...]

    4. InD'tale Magazine on said:

      An unusual science fiction romance, “Alien Contact for Kid Sister” is an adventure and story of growth all in one. Read full review in the 2015 September issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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