The Bad Boys Guide To The Galaxy [NOOK Book]

Overview

Take me to your leader. Come to think of it, just take me.

Planet Nerak was perfect until an expedition to Earth brought back an unwanted guest. Enter one talented Nerakian named Lara, sent on a special fact-finding mission in the vast region called Texas. Fortunately, police officer Sam Jones has offered to help. Unfortunately, Sam's skill at sex is quite distracting. . .

Crazy, that's what Sam is. What sane man would voluntarily isolate ...

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The Bad Boys Guide To The Galaxy

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Overview

Take me to your leader. Come to think of it, just take me.

Planet Nerak was perfect until an expedition to Earth brought back an unwanted guest. Enter one talented Nerakian named Lara, sent on a special fact-finding mission in the vast region called Texas. Fortunately, police officer Sam Jones has offered to help. Unfortunately, Sam's skill at sex is quite distracting. . .

Crazy, that's what Sam is. What sane man would voluntarily isolate himself in the Texas woods with an alien, not to mention a female one with a superiority complex, legs that won't quit, and a penchant for walking around buck naked? And when Lara wastes no time getting into his bed, he goes where no man has gone before. Of course, when you're from Texas, nothing—not even an entire planet—is going to stop you from getting what you want.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780758242488
  • Publisher: kensington publishing
  • Publication date: 8/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 1,130,643
  • File size: 568 KB

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  • Posted April 24, 2011

    W o w

    i hope the author gets hit by a train

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2013

    Is this suckish

    It seems dumb

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2008

    a funny delight

    The Bad Boys Guide To The Galaxy is another fun and romantic story from Karen Kelley. ________ Lara a highly regarded healer from the planet Nerak, comes to Earth after one of the Elders becomes sick. When earthlings snuck back to Nerak after the last expedition they brought back an illness. Lara must enlist the help of local cop Sam Jones to search for healing plants. _____________ Sam Jones just wants a must needed vacation. When his partner Nick asks for his help with is girlfriend¿s sister he can¿t refuse. Sam thought he was prepared for another alien woman but there is something about Lara that pulls him into her world. It doesn¿t hurt that Lara likes to run around naked. _____________ Lara and Sam are total opposites that are out of this world sexy and wickedly funny. __________ Karen Kelley has created some of the funniest books on any planet.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a humorous science fiction romance

    Texas police officer Sam Jones sort of knows what to expect from a Nerakian so he wants to say no, but he reluctantly agrees to escort Lara to his cabin. In spite of his expectations, Sam is stunned by his reaction to Lara and her nakedness.----------- Lara has come to Earth on a mercy mission she seeks the cure for a beloved sick elder her planet is unused to illness having none. Before arriving on earth she was aware of the temptations, she vowed to ignore all especially chocolate. However, she is unprepared for spending a weekend with Sam especially since she believes Nerakians are superior beings. -------------- The latest Nerakian ET invasion is like its predecessors (see CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF A SEXY KIND) a humorous science fiction romance. The zany story line is fun to follow as the earth cop and the ¿medical¿ alien are unable to adhere to their personal pledges due to the magnetic attraction of opposites being stronger than the greatest force in the universe: chocolate. Fans of the series will especially enjoy this fine entry as Karen Kelley provides insider information re planet Nerak. ----------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2008

    Hot, Spicy, Humor

    This is Karen's third book in her Alien series, but it also can be read as a stand alone. Although if you have not read any in this series you have missed a real treat. Karen has given the reader a hot, fantastic read, but with her trademark humor shining through.**********Sam Jones, a cop, was headed for a well deserved holiday with nothing but rest and relaxation, at his cabin in East Texas or so he thought. The best laid plans can go astray as he is about to find out when he stops at his partner's apartment first.**********Lara, a healer from the planet Nerak and a sister to Kia, Sam's partner Nick's wife lands on the roof of the apartment block in her craft. This alien had come to do research for plants that would heal one of the Elder's. Plants that could not be found in the City, but Sam was headed for the country so it would be no problem for her to go with him.**********Now the fun begins, Lara has never been off the planet Nerak, so many new things are encountered and must be tried in the name of research . She was beautiful and rankled Sam to no end with her haughty attitude. How could you want to kiss her, comfort her and kill her all at the same time. Now if she would only keep her clothes on, how was a man to resist her. The antics that follow will have the reader laughing out loud, with each introduction to new things - chocolate, sex, alcohol, and did we mention sex. We also find out that there are more aliens in the area, and the story takes an unforeseen twist - where aliens are involved one should always expect the unexpected.**********Karen has put together an fantastic read. It has scenes so hot that it scorches the pages, so funny that you laugh out loud, unexpected turns with interplanetary travel and the planet Nerak. I would recommend this read to anyone, and am eagerly looking forward to the next book to see where this talented author is taking us. If you have not read the first two books, Close Encounters of the Sexy Kind and Cosmic Sex then you have missed two other great reads and will not be disappointed.

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    Posted July 19, 2011

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