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Galaxy Girls

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2012


    Apprentice den

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  • Posted September 24, 2011

    Another great Edie Ramer book!

    After having read Cattitude and Dragon Blues, I had no problem jumping into Galaxy Girls. Edie Ramer has a light engaging voice and her plots and characters are always fun. The last line on her blurb says it all '...the Tea & Comfort shop is about to get shaken, stirred and screwed.'

    If you are looking for something unique, engaging and fast paced this book is for you. Try it, you won't be sorry.

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  • Posted September 21, 2011

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    This book was sweet! It pulled me right in, another paranormal novel but leaning closer to sci-fi than actual witches. The Galaxy girls are really 2 sisters and their daughters. The story mainly revolves around one of the daughters. She is ovulating with a vengeance when they get to earth. Turns out it's a better weapon than a gun.

    Phyrne uses her pheromones to allure and distract the guys with guns, she then turns it onto an FBI agent who comes on the scene and it gets away from her. They must copulate...SHE must copulate with him. And as she was bred to do, she gets pregnant. 6 years later in the story she has a gorgeous little girl and Hawk has spent the entire time looking for Phyrne, not even considering there might be a child involved.

    When he finds her, she needs his help to save her family from the FBI and Kergeron males who have come to take them back home. Hawk thought he wanted revenge, but really he wanted more Phyrne and now that he knows he has a daughter he must decide what to do with his life.

    I really enjoyed this book, it was sexy and fast paced, even though at first I thought it was long with 350 pages. I read this in a couple of nights, and enjoyed it all. The story doesn't ever slow down for a minute, not once in all those pages. And let me say I can enjoy a long story, The Stand by Stephen King is my favorite book of all and it's wordier than the Bible. But sometimes with all the independent e-books coming my way, anything over 250 has good odds to get a little slow in spots.

    Very pleased with this novel, and I have to add Edie Ramer to my growing list of fabulous authors that are writing stories better than you find on the New York Best Seller List. I really should start a list and call them the "Hidden Gems" - don't steal that, that's mine! (lol)

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  • Posted August 21, 2011

    Definitely recommend!

    This book is not something I'd normally read, but Edie Ramer hooked me on a blog by comparing it to an alien Gilmore Girls. I must say I was not disappointed and very impressed! I really enjoyed the banter, I loved the relationships, and yay on the ending! I'm looking forward to Edie Ramer's next book.

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    Posted July 15, 2011

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