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The Mckenzie Artifact

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2005

    Another thrilling sg-5 story

    Alison Kent¿s The McKenzie Artifact grabs you on page one and doesn¿t let go.***** Eli McKenzie¿s undercover SG-5 agent is trying to stop the selling of young girls by Spectra. A major thorn in his side is PI Stella Banks. Eli was poisoned several months ago and is just now coming back to the rebel camp. He finds Stella being held captive and subjected to the men from the camp. Eli joins forces with Stella to save the girls and to get out alive.***** Eli and Stella are a perfect match, both in determination, wits and passion. The McKenzie Artifact is a fast paced story, it¿s another gem in the SG-5 saga. Though it¿s a short story it¿s packed with intrigue, steamy sex and friendship. Everything I look for in an Alison Kent book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2005

    Another great SG-5 tale!

    I was sure that I wouldn't like this book as well as The Beach Alibi, my undoubted favorite in this series. It proved me wrong while further proving to be the most earthy, most gritty and the edgiest of this series to date. Eli McKenzie is attempting to rescue young girls who have been kidnapped and are headed for an uncertain future. Stella Banks is on a mission to retrieve the missing daughter of her housekeeper when she herself is taken captive, necessitating Eli's interference with her captors in order to keep her safe. Eli and Stella are naturals together and they go together like a hand and glove, perhaps the most compatible couple in this series. Thankfully there are continuing stories yet to come from Ms. Kent's incredibly talented mind, I am eagerly anticipating each one!

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