Close Encounters: An Alien Affairs Novel, Book 1

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HarperCollins, Mar 31, 2009 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Kiera Smith is not like ordinary Genetically Engineered Persons . . .

The Bureau of Alien Affairs needed a special GEP agent with empathic abilities to handle their most extraordinary assignments—and a rogue geneticist saw to it that Kiera fit their specifications. But she turned out stronger, faster, smarter, and more impervious to harm than anyone anticipated. A reluctant "superhero," Kiera wishes she were normal, but it is not to be.

On Orpheus Two, the indigenous Buri race faces extinction, a prospect the powerful Dynatec corporation welcomes and, in fact, may be actively hastening. It is Kiera's job to protect these beautiful, exotic aliens . . . and to discover what there is on Orpheus Two that Dynatec feels is worth killing for.

But the magnetic allure of Thor, the breathtaking Buri leader, is proving a dangerous distraction. And now, to save Thor's people, Kiera will need a power she's never before possessed—something hidden in the unexplored recesses of her heart.

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User Review  - snitchbitch - LibraryThing

I wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. Characters were flat and one-dimensional, and the main character I found quite unlikable. As far as SciFi Romance goes, I've definitely read better. I won't be continuing this series. Read full review

Review: Close Encounters (Alien Affairs #1)

User Review  - Felicia - Goodreads

While the main character wasn't hugely appealing from page 1, she grew on me. Generally, the book was well written, the characters were likable and the plot was compelling. The main negative was that ... Read full review

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