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  • Posted January 19, 2009

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    Clone Wars: Armageddon by Kaitlyn O'Connor

    "Armageddon" is Kaitlyn O'Connor's first book in her 'Clone Wars' series and I loved the book, but hated that now I will be sucked into buying all the rest of the 'Clone Wars' books! There's just something about her writing, even when it's cliched, that works for me and I don't think I've read any of her erotic stories that I didn't like.<BR/><BR/>Lena was orphaned and then adopted by a kindly old geezer who spent his time ranting about government conspiracies so when her latest visit to her 'father' results in her seeing a totally changed man, she's sure she must be going nuts. But when she kills the clone sent to replace her, she suddenly finds herself in a secret prison fighting for her life. When another prisoner helps her escape, all she wants is to go back to her calm life...and it doesn't take much time for her to realize that's not only not possible, it's downright murderous.<BR/><BR/>Dax has been a leader of the rebellion for quite a while. When he leads the mission to rescue Lena, he's unprepared for the way she makes him feel. He's confused too...because he's not totally convinced that the Lena he rescued isn't a clone sent to gather information on rebellion activities. But how can Lena 'prove' she's really Lena?<BR/><BR/>Sounds crazy, but read like an action-packed dream. O'Connor fans will do a happy dance that she's started another series to feed our addiction.<BR/><BR/>WARNING: Contains scenes of multiple partners, sharing, and sexual acts described in frank language.

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