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I MARRIED AN ALIEN - A Futuristic Time Travel Romance (THE TREATY SERIES Book 1)

I MARRIED AN ALIEN - A Futuristic Time Travel Romance (THE TREATY SERIES Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Emma Daniels , Ethan Somerville
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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When Ruth Clarke volunteers for an experiment to see into the future, she thinks it's a bit of a joke. But when Professor Jackson ups the power, Ruth ends up catapulted three hundred years into the future, into the body of Anita DeBurgh, a beautiful woman half her age.

Anita is on her way to another planet called Terron to fulfill her tour of duty as per the requirements of The Treaty. So when Ruth arrives she very quickly finds herself married to Jordan Demantena, who claims she is his life-mate.

As Ruth struggles to acclimatise to marriage to a tall, handsome and incredibly sexy alien, there are intergalactic terrorists after Anita.

Ruth and Jordan are soon running for their lives, trying to discover just what Anita knew and how to stop a potential war between Earth and Terron that could cost millions of lives.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 934 KB
  • Print Length: 158 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005GQU32I
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Don't be deceived by the cover image 23 Mar 2013
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With a title so full of cheese that it could easily pass for a Welsh Rarebit, and a Kitch Regency Cover image I was dubious to say the least for this offering.

It isn't something I would usually go for, but as I've got a two fold challenge for myself this year (to read as many freebie downloads and widen my book horizons) I decided to risk it.

What I got from my perception of title and cover combined, was in fact so very different, and a real treat in point of fact.

The Prologue was the weakest part, as it was claggy and a little confusingly written. I would seriously suggest a some re-working should be undertaken to fix it, which would go a long way to ramping up the book's possible rating.

Whilst I loved Ruth/Anita characterisation, it was a little weak in places and a tiny bit of a pity fest.

I completely fell in love with Jordan. My favourite scene is where he scents his mate.

There were minor typographical and grammatical errors, which it would be nice to see fixed. There were additionally inconsistencies in names - this is a bug bear of mine - however the writing was overall well done and the problems mentioned didn't irritate me overly and put me off the book, or alter the ultimate rating.

This could easily run the distance as a full length piece of fiction if it could be tightened up and developed a little more.

Having gone into it expecting nothing in particular, I was very pleased to find that actually it was difficult to put down, so a 4 star rating (4.5 if I could) for this offering by joint authors.

I am looking forward to the next in the series, and will be downloading that very shortly. I can't wait to find out what happens to the smelly and stained Professor.

As a footnote, I notice that neither of the authors have "About me" pages on Amazon. It would be very nice to find out a bit more about them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars time travel 22 Aug 2013
By sinita
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I thoroughly enjoyed this,not really the kind of book I would normally read but it pleasantly surprised me and I would recommend it to my friends
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4.0 out of 5 stars A most enjoyable read 2 July 2014
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A most enjoyable read if you enjoy the 'time travel' theme. Being a free b was even better.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 28 Jan 2014
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brilliant I really like this one has a great way to get a way to that fantasy land in your own mind
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5.0 out of 5 stars great read 21 July 2012
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it's futuristic but not too futuristic you don't understand it. the main woman ruth can be quite annoying at times but there's a bit of humour and hot people in the book and the plot is easy to follow but interesting. The end i thought would have been more dramatic and more of a fight but for a nice quick easy read it is well worth the money. and the romance between them is very believable. I highly suggest it
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4.0 out of 5 stars "The Treaty" series book 1 5 Feb 2012
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Close to 50 and alone after an isolated life caring for her ailing mother, the now aimless Ruth volunteers for a time travelling experiment. Yet something goes wrong; Ruth is supposed to only have visions of the future, but she is instead flung into the body of the young and beautiful Anita DeBurgh.

Ruth aka Anita finds herself undergoing a compulsory tour of duty as part of a treaty with the planet Terron. For 100 years, in exchange for the Terron oil producing plant, all Earth women under the age of 30 have to visit Terron for 3 days. In that period a Terron male may be lucky enough to find his destined mate, the woman who can return to him his virility and keep him young before the Aging begins and the chance to mate with someone and start a family is lost forever.

Of course Ruth attracts the attention of Jordan Demantena, and is soon whisked off and married to a hunky alien husband. The plain, inexperienced Ruth is soon having the time of her life, revelling in a hot young body, but she is wracked with worries and doubts. Would Jordan still be attracted to her if he knew what she really looked like, what is happening to her own body and where is Anita's mind?

The plot is exciting, as Ruth not only acclimates to unfamiliar technology and an alien world, she also uncovers secrets and plots that could jeopardise her future with Jordan. The alien setting and futuristic technology is well done, and the romance between Ruth and Jordan is very heated from the start. My only fault with IMAA is that the proof reader could have cast a more careful eye; Jordan's surname consistently switches between Demanteena and Demantena (small gripe I know but it irked). Overall though, this is an enjoyable futuristic romance and I'll certainly check out book 2 "She Married a Time Traveller".
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