Her phenomenal hit novel by the title Touch by an Alien has been adapted into a sci- fiction movie and along with her several other novels, Kitty, and Jeff exemplifies the real heroes of the aliens. Her alien book series depict the character Kitty as a hero, a leader, and a lover in most of her alien series. Kitty first discovers that the Roswell rumors are true, but with a twist they realize that the aliens are there to help them. Kitty is involved in helping to save the world heroically from a superhuman who posed as a threat to their universe. As this series progress, Kitty joins the third division of Centaurion after she discovered that there were a lot more evil to fight, prevent conspiracies, protect people, guard and save the world. When she stepped out of the Pueblo Caliente courtroom, her attention was caught abruptly by a couple who were having a fight caught her attention.
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Shelves: kickass-heroine , aliens , funny , confusing Getting bored of this series. And that she never knew what her parents really did for a living. Never got over that. Gay best friend who calls her "girlfriend" entirely too much. Ridiculous, but funny plots and situations are no longer that funny.
I might pick this series up again Getting bored of this series. I might pick this series up again later To view it, click here. For Kitty and co its going to be a case of something old, something blue, something borrowed and some inter-galactic wedding crashers.
And it turns out that all that squealing happy-dancing was well deserved, because Ms Koch has done it again. So much happened in the last book. Gini Koch is introducing a whole new crop of characters in this third instalment — from Amazonian assassins to space corgis. Officially, Centuarion unwillingly concedes the C.
Martini closed his eyes. For a long time Kitty thought of Chuckie as her rich, globetrotting bestie — the man she had one spectacular one-night-stand with, and was perhaps even maybe subconsciously pining for. Until Jeffrey Martini came along — in all his suited Neanderthal glory. But Chuckie poses an entirely new set of jealous problems for Martini. Chuckie has known Kitty for longer, they have a romantic history, and in light of recent inter-galactic wedding complications, the human Chuckie could potentially be an easier relationship for Kitty.
Expect to see some very drunk, but very helpful college footballers and a new human addition to the A-C team. The stand-out of any Kitty Katt novel is the relationship of Kitty and Martini. These two are the hottest couple in the universe — the Brangelina of outer space, if you will.
At this point in the series it should be apparent that Gini Koch can do no wrong. Kitty and Martini have one of the most envious fictional relationships and Kitty is the most rockin ass-kicker to grace the space-opera genre.
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