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  • Star Trek meets Twilight

    “You are mine no matter what, just the way you are.” Totally swoon-worthy! Sef is a Krinar Guardian who has been sent undercover to Lawrence, Kansas, to investigate possible resistance in the small Midwest town. To Harper King, the younger sister of two potential resistance leaders, “Seth” appears to have been created from thin air “from the fantasies of women around the world” and his serendipitous arrival means much needed help in her garage and King’s Bar. In classic Krinar World fashion, it’s lust at first sight. I loved Sef and Harper’s chemistry! They are so sexy together! And the way Sef romances her, too? Panty-melting! What elevated this love story beyond my expectations was the Krinar world building that Emma Chase boldly delves into. Ethical themes of Autonomy (ours) vs Benevolence (Krinar) are explored in detail as Sef, Harper, and the King brothers struggle with their competing viewpoints of human/alien coexistence. Krinar technology is featured as we learn that Harper has exceptional aptitude for engineering despite being encumbered by a severe learning disability. This topic is treated with such compassion and acceptance that I envy the post-Arrival humans. It’s like Star Trek meets Twilight. The story was so thoroughly developed that it felt longer than an average novella. Absolutely outstanding!

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  • Not developed enough

    This book had a nice start, but after the raid it was was clearly loosing because it was too closely following expectable patterns and dissolved any conflict too fast into happiness. This was the reason it got only 3 stars from me. I read this volume before the first one with the president's daughter, but after this book, I am not tempted to read the first volume. If you like a smooth story without too much surprises you still might be happy with this.

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  • Magnifisent

    When I started reading I couldn't put it down.Emma Castle is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this books.Can't wait for the next book.

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