Those who read and loved the earlier books in this series will absolutely love this book as well. For those of you who haven't started this series yet: Go get the first three books now and you'll be all up to speed for Alien Proliferation once it's released in December.
We'll impatiently be counting the days until the release of book 5: Alien Diplomacy Apr 04, Holly rated it it was amazing. Kitty is ready to have her baby, not without complications of course. I wish she remembered all that stuff but neither did Reader. Jamie is quite special and shows it from the start. While still in recovery Kitty uncovers some serious issues with Christopher that lead them into yet another conspiracy within a conspiracy which also happens to include one of her childhood friends, Amy. All the women seem to be pregnant and therefore out of commission for field work and Kitty is chomping at the Kitty is ready to have her baby, not without complications of course.
All the women seem to be pregnant and therefore out of commission for field work and Kitty is chomping at the bit to be out of bed and part of the action as well. Jeff is typically over protective and especially now so that Jamie has arrived. But once again people are not only after Kitty but her baby and she has to come to the rescue of the men. Love her with her new powers, and especially her with her new partner White. ACE is a great somehow childlike omnipotent being.
The poofs are still great of course. Abigail and Naomi get in on the action some more which is pretty cool, I have a feeling one of them might shack up with Chuckie LOL. Sep 20, Stephaney rated it liked it. I was pretty disappointed with this installment 2. I think there are too many characters now, which when added to the too many crazy plots, is just too much all around.
It starts to read like a first grader is telling you about something that happened to them. We did this. He did this. Then we all went here. Then person x opened the door. Then persons y and z walked through it. He tripped and fell. Then we all laughed. Then person x Anyway you get my point. It was a like a play by I was pretty disappointed with this installment 2. It was a like a play by play of events rather than a novel.
Also, the everybody loves kitty, Kitty is so great, Kitty is so wonderful, let's constantly talk about how amazing kitty is and how everyone wants her inspired some eye rolls on my part, and I actually do love kitty! I mean you have to kind of give these a pass on a lot of stuff because they are just supposed to be funny and goofy. But this one wasn't as funny as the previous ones, so I guess it was harder for me to overlook the other stuff. Mar 11, Michelle added it.
Kitty's getting to be too much for me. She has a baby, nearly dies, not a spoiler, it's in the blurb and when everyone is showing concern she just blows them off. She hasn't really matured at all over the series, she's still like a squirrel on crack. It was amusing at first, but it's getting old, especially since she's a mother now.
But what has really killed it for me is the fact that she claims to have not one, but two soulmates, neither of which are her husband. I get it, different world, Kitty's getting to be too much for me. I get it, different world, author can set it up however she wants, but that doesn't mean I have to read it.
I'm getting sick of her cavalier attitude about Jeff's jealousy, because I'm with him on this one. So, the first books in the series were great, but I'm done with them overall. May 16, Natalie Ram rated it liked it. This series is a lot of fun to read. Quick in pacing, exciting and non-stop from start to finish. This book was no exception. It was some of the content that just really drove me insane this time.
Like Kitty, I'm a new mother and I guess some of the preposterous insanity which is always there just bugged me. The ease in which she goes from giving birth to pumping gallons of breast milk to galavanting around Paris sans recently born child. Also the constant constant constant reference to the This series is a lot of fun to read. Also the constant constant constant reference to the "torpedoes" was really irritating. And what finally did me in was the comment about The baby eating like a horse and Jeff was hung like one so it made sense.
I'll keep reading the series but this one was mostly a miss for me. Mar 31, Carolyn F.go site
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I could not finish this book. I got to page 86 and I was so not into this book at all. There are all these aside jokes, and "girlfriend" from any gay that happens to be nearby, and after dying twice during childbirth, she'd rather talk about music she likes than push. Finally everyone around yells, "Push! Okay, what in the hell. This is like slapdash comedy, not the new version the years ago version. I thought maybe it got better at the end but no, it's Kitty standing in front of everyone I could not finish this book. I thought maybe it got better at the end but no, it's Kitty standing in front of everyone going off on one of her tangents that make sense to maybe one other person and that for sure is not the reader.
I'm done with this series.
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Feb 11, HJ rated it really liked it Shelves: sci-fi. For some reason, I just love this series. Slightly corny, action packed, Men-in-Black meets Lara Croft character, not profession.
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Kitty and Jeff alien hottie are now married and here comes the baby. As usual, there's no time for laying back and enjoying the new family as bad guys are out to get all of the Alphas and take over of course. Armed with her handy dandy iPod and newly formed powers, Kitty's not going to sit back on maternity leave. Oh, no. She ends up in the middle of it all, and For some reason, I just love this series. She ends up in the middle of it all, and saving the day of course. Aug 22, Brianna rated it liked it.
Some parts really dragged on, and I definitely took notice of Kitty's ego this time around.
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It got a bit annoying. There were also a few parts in the book that were really slow, when everyone was talking and Kitty basically had to explain everything to all these really smart guys. So it was slow and a bit unbelievable. Still, though, I found myself liking the action, and Jamie is one interesting baby! Mar 16, Stella added it Shelves: for-review , romance , sci-fi , And once again Gini Koch did not disappoint: the breaak-neck action and witty banter are all back just like the yummy A-Cs and cutie Poofs.
As usual so many things happened in a whirlwind you have to hang on not to get lost as not just the A-Cs but Kitty, the mysteries and everything happens like at hurricane-speed. Fantastic new addition to the series, loved it and as always: can't wait for more! May 16, June rated it liked it Recommends it for: Kitty Katt fans. Shelves: alternative-world , adult , romance , sciencefiction , aliens. Getting a little tired of some of the themes-jokes so not a 4, but maybe a 3.
Can't remember if it was this one or the last one - wish I could have slowed down and marked or written down the quote on evil.
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View all 8 comments. Dec 04, QueenB rated it really liked it. Fun, fierce and action packed. Full review to come :D. Mar 29, Kathy Davie rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , sci-fi.
Fourth in the Katherine "Kitty" Katt science fiction-romance series revolving around a former advertising manager and her alien husband. My Take It's like reading the comics in text form without the graphics! I have to confess, as much as I loved my comics as a kid, I do prefer this format. Whoa, lots of changes in this one with an emphasis on Chuck's strengthsdetecting conspiracies. And reading this story just makes me so confused…!
It's a Keystone Kops of round and round about. It's also an Fourth in the Katherine "Kitty" Katt science fiction-romance series revolving around a former advertising manager and her alien husband. It's also an adventurous bridge novel with Kitty's pregnancy, rooting out the bad guys, and changes in both the command structure which lead to lots and lots of changes. Betrayals on betrayals, mind wipes, train chases, and explosions galore. Yet more reveals and backstories.