OUT OF THE BLUE by KATHERINE DEAUXVILLE
Maryellen isn't sure whether to call the Men in Black or
the men in white coats--all she knows is that she is having
an incredibly alien experience. The voice that comes out of
her mouth isn't hers (she certainly wouldn't swear like
that!) and though the hand exploring her breast is her own,
she's never had the urge to do that before. Her sister says
Manhattan is finally getting to her. She claims Ur Targon
is simply the last alarm bell of Maryellen's biological
clock. But how can either of them deny a golden god who
promises to make her see stars? Maryellen has to get Targon
out of her body and heart. If he needs her enough, he can
find his own way back in.
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"Hillarious Tale of Alien Possession"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted May 30, 2002
The morning Maryellen Caswell woke up, and realized that
the pleasant baritone voice she was hearing was coming from
her own mouth, she thought she was dreaming. When her hand
began a curious exploration of her own body, against her
will, she thought she was having a nightmare. But when Read more...
"outrageously funny paranormal romance"
Reviewed by Cynthia Eckert
Posted May 19, 2004
When Maryellen woke up in the morning, it should have been
another routine day for the workaholic graphic artist.
Instead, Sub-commander Targon made his presence known as a
disembodied voice coming from inside her. This turns out
to be just the beginning of Maryellen's life changing
Ur Read more...