I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Gini Koch
Released: December 4, 2012
Published by DAW
I wish I could quote my favorite lines, but I think I would end up quoting the entire book instead. ~ Under the Covers
If there is one thing I have taken away from this book it’s that I WANT TO BE KITTY!
Gini Koch delivers a stellar installment to the Katherine “Kitty” Katt series. Filled to the brim with action, politics and humor, you’ve got a story that is ready and waiting for your consumption!
Just as Jeff and Kitty are settling into their position as Alpha Centurion Diplomats, pictures are surfacing of Kitty in a compromising position. Kitty knows that these pictures have been doctored, but that doesn’t ease the wariness in her chest. Jeff, on the other hand, doesn’t seem too fazed by the photos of his wife having an illicit affair. It seems a little funny since Jeff is known as the jealous type. After being separated for a month, Kitty is dying to have some alone time with her husband, but it seems that that will have to wait until more pressing matters can be addressed. One thing about this book is the strong romance, yet there is sooo much more to this book as well.
Androids and what seems to be like all the birds in the universe are just the least of Kitty’s problems. Especially when Jeff and Chuckie vanish without a trace. It’s up to Kitty to get them back all while keeping her baby safe and being badass while doing it!
Koch infuses this book with so much humor that it had my laughing out loud in hysterics. I wish I could quote my favorite lines, but I think I would end up quoting the entire book instead. Kitty’s POV is so entertaining and delightful, making her so relatable. Reading about Kitty either makes you want to be her new BFF or actually BE HER. She’s simply too badass and I love her for it! Gimme gimme more Kitty!
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