Alien in the Family

DAW, dist. by Penguin. Apr. 2011. c.480p. ISBN 9780756406684. pap. $7.99. SF
Marketing manager Kitty Katt (Touched by an Alien; Alien Tango) is set to marry the alien of her dreams, Alpha Centaurian Jeff Martini, until she discovers he is about to become Emperor of his home planet—and she is not precisely the girl his parents want as empress-to-be. The intrusion of Amazonian terrorists from outer space adds more trouble to an already tense family situation.
VERDICT Aliens, danger, and romance make this a fast-paced, wittily written sf romantic comedy.

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