Alien in the Family (Katherine “Kitty” Katt #3) By: Gini Koch
I started reading this book months ago, set it down for some reason, and then picked it back up, then set it back down, etc… Not sure why I kept putting it down, it wasn’t bad, it was like the previous books, I wasn’t even bored while reading it, I just did for some reason. Took me forever to finish because of that, though, and I kept forgetting who was who.
I love the covers in this series, honestly it’s part of why I keep reading. They’re so awesome.
Kitty once again seemed to randomly figure things out while no one else could, it’s actually what they expect her to do now. It’s nice that Koch acknowledges things that don’t make sense or are farfetched. I think that’s part of what makes this series good.
I’m getting tired of every man that meets Kitty wanting to do her, it’s annoying and one of my pet peeves in books lately. In this book even the gay dudes want to do her, they need to either say she has some kind of sex ooze that attracts men to her or just lay off of it. I really hope this stops in the next book, but I’m afraid it won’t.
I like the series, Kitty is at least fairly unique, but the things that annoy me are starting to add up. I have the next book in the series, but I think I’m going to take a break before I read it.