Alien Tango: Alien Novels, Book Two
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For Alien Super-Being Exterminator Katherine "Kitty" Katt, anti-alien conspiracies, threats from outer space, and a couple of killer alligators are all in a day's work. It's been five months since Kitty joined Centaurion Division, working with the aliens from Alpha Centauri. She and Jeff Martini have grown closer and life looks rosy. But when an experimental spacecraft is unexpectedly returned to the Kennedy Space Center, Kitty and the rest of Alpha Team are called on to investigate and are immediately embroiled in life-or-death situations that scream "political conspiracy."
The team must survive murderous attacks, deal with a mysterious space entity that has seized control of a group of astronauts, and evade a woman who'll do anything to eliminate the competition when she develops an obsessive crush on Kitty's old high school boyfriend. And that's all before the evil masterminds decide Kitty's extermination is vital...
Alien Tango is the thrilling second installment of the Alien series.
Gladys. Thanks for the hurry it up reminder.” “I live to serve.” The intercom went dead. I’d never met Gladys, and I wasn’t sure I wanted to. Martini set me down, and I pulled my underwear back on. “We’ll just finish that conversation later.” “Yeah.” He stroked the back of my neck. “I’m going into the living room—I can’t see you naked and not want to make love to you.” I spun around and kissed him. “Fine. I can’t see you clothed and not feel the same way.” He laughed. “Good to know.” He
Especially after the little old lady patted Tim’s hand and thanked him for protecting them. But there was something wrong about them. I wasn’t sure what bothered me, but I examined them more closely than anyone else who’d gone past so far. They gave me weak smiles and kept on staggering through our line. They still bothered me, to the point where I turned around to watch them. Martini caught my eye and gave me an almost imperceptible nod. They moved past him, and he gave a signal to his
looked ridiculous, but it would filter the smoke, and that was all I cared about. Back to a crouch, back around the corner and through the smoke. No bodies in the rest of the hallway. I reached the doorway, no bodies here, either. So, had they gotten into the room or just been dragged off? I could hear more shouting. I couldn’t tell if the voices were my guys’ or not. I also could hear something that sounded like crackling. Well, smoke and fire did go together. But no sprinklers were going off,
we doing?” “The usual, saving the world from all the other things out there trying to destroy it.” “Oh, good. Routine.” He unlocked the door. “You’re sure we’re not releasing the next Mephistopheles?” “I’m sure if we don’t do something, this will escalate to the point where we’ll wish Mephistopheles and all his buddies were back and in charge.” “Okay,” he sighed. He took my hand, and we moved at hyperspeed into the cell with Brian. The door was locked again by Reader, who was still on the
Kitty. You don’t have to be upset. Everyone likes you, even though they were pretending not to. Well, other than that mean lady. But she doesn’t like anyone, not even Grandma, though she pretends to. I don’t like her. I’m glad you hit her, she wanted to hurt you.” Marianne’s eyes widened. “Kimberly. . . . ” “It’s okay, Mommy. You don’t have to be so scared.” “That’s right.” Martini said from behind me. He took Kimmie out of my arms. “We took care of all that, didn’t we?” Kimmie hugged him.