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  • An adventure into Sedona with Alines and romance

    Another of Christine Pope's adventures. The series start with the story of Persephone and follow through to the family in Sedona. Each book is the story of the family and their meetings with the aliens trying to invade the earth through an area in Sedona. Each book deals with another member of the family and her destiny in this world of aliens and super natural abilities. This is science fiction, fantasy and romance at its best. For all who likes a bit of saucy in with mystery and science fiction. Christine Pope is an amazing writer that keep you attention all the time, at the end of each book you cannot wait to see what the next will bring. A must read

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  • Brilliant intro to the worlds of Christine Pope!!

    BAD VIBRATIONS This is an alien invasion series and is a mix of adventure, conspiracy theories and alien hunting! It was a great break from reality! It's fast paced and had me hooked in no time! Persephone is a psychic, a real one, and with her spirit guide Otto, she has made a name for herself dealing with Hollywood types and steering them away from disasters in their careers. When an new client tells her about the strange antics of his girlfriend, she gets pulled into the mayhem of alien hunting! Paul is an academic and alien hunter. His beliefs got him binned from his Astrophysics position at university and he is now part of the underground network dealing with aliens usurping certain bases and using humans as disposable test subjects. When Otto leads her to Paul they end up on the run and meet up with others in the network in Sedona: Kara, Kiki, Lance and Matthew. They make an awesome group of alien hunters, each with their own ideas on what is happening and each with a little something extra to make them invaluable to Paul and Persephone as the danger mounts. The plot is well paced and as long as you like alien type stories you will get sucked right in! Please disconnect from reality and enjoy this adventure with awesome characters and the eponymous Men in Black (there is definitely more to them than the usual government agent). Chosen This was a different read for me. I usually like straight up paranormal romances, which this is, but with a liberal dose of apocalypse. Jessica is a Postgrad and a pretty average girl. A new disease strikes quickly and indiscriminately in the world and Jessica quickly loses those she loves. She is guided by a voice in her head, hich comes to her in moments when she doubts herself or when she is about to walk into a dangerous situation. The "voice" also physically intercedes on occasion. She is led to an isolated house which is packed with the necessities. The story then evolves into a love story with the arrival of Jace. I don't want to tell too much more of the story line. Suffice to say this is a very atmospheric story, and I genuinely had hairs on end at parts. I loved the references to current TV shows which had a similar feel to the book, the Walking Dead for example. Jessica is a strong, sympathetic but capable female lead. Jace is perfect as the mysterious stranger. Is he one of the good guys or bad guys? I thoroughly enjoyed this and am looking forward to the next in the series.

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  • Desert Trio

    All were okay, but getting horribly repetitious. Finding a new verb for thrum would be a Godsend, and if the author doesn't find different actions, particularly "tasting" one another during love making. The best love scene in any book written so far is in "Chosen". That was hot. Overall, very imaginative except for parts very repetitious.

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  • Mixed feelings

    I enjoyed the first two stories, but quit the Djinn Wars partway through chapter 4. A bit too end of the world for me, especially with COVID these days.

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