A typical day for President Jeff Martini and his First Lady Kitty Katt-Martini: threat of alien invasion, bombs in police stations, strafing A-C bases…you know, Thursday.
Author: Gini Koch
The Mastermind has upped his game, and this time, the Mastermind’s made it very personal. Either he’s going down . . . or Kitty is.
Just when Kitty and Jeff think they’re safe, they’re beamed out from Earth into another solar system along with Jamie and other key characters.
Dire trouble in two universes forces a switch of Kittys: both have strengths the other universe will need to prevent World War III and keep everyone alive.
Jeff Martini’s unwanted position as potential vice-president uncovers fears that A-C secrets will be uncovered. Worse, Kitty’s arch-nemesis has re-emerged.
When rumors of a new super-drug surface, the FBI comes to Jeff and Kitty Katt-Martini for help. It is the tip of an iceberg with an insidious plan underway.
The A-Cs have been outed, ACE is missing, and murder and mayhem are served up at an important dinner party ending with more problems than just a dead Congressman.
Compromising pictures, evil androids running amok, and international tensions pale when Jeff Martini and Charles Reynolds disappear—and even ACE can’t help.
Newlyweds, new parents, Jeff and Kitty Martini, are also newly political when an assassination plot and a new set of anti-alien conspirators crop up.
Fourth in the Katherine “Kitty” Katt science fiction-romance series revolving around a former advertising manager and her alien husband. My Take It’s like reading the comics in text form without the graphics! I have to confess, as much as I loved my comics as a kid, I do prefer this format. Whoa, lots of changes in this one with an emphasis on Chuck’s strengths — detecting conspiracies. And reading this story just makes me so confused…! It’s a Keystone Kops of round and round about. It’s also an adventurous bridge novel with Kitty’s pregnancy, rooting out the bad guys, and changes in both the command structure which lead to lots and lots of changes. Betrayals on betrayals, mind wipes, train chases, and explosions galore. Yet more reveals and backstories. I’m getting as tired of Jeff’s jealousy as Kitty is. If he can feel how much Chuck wants Kitty, can’t he feel how much Kitty wants him? If you can just read fast or skim through all the jealousy scenes, you’ll enjoy the rest. However, do not even try to make sense of Kitty’s unveiling of the clues she’s deciphered. You’ll spend a lot of time and just raise more questions. […]