House of Seven

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The third episode in a series of four, House of Seven is an Earth-based science fiction romance/suspense novel with adult content. More

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Words: 118,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466104907
About Arlene Webb

Sci-fi, paranormal, thriller-mystery, indefinable, I’m an author who adds sweet and spicy layers of romance to any genre.

I was born in upstate New York, USA, land of cows, snow, drizzle and sometimes a ray of sun. Second oldest with four siblings, I spent my childhood reading everything I could get my hands on. Adolescence found me questioning the validity of everything I read, along with the usual scars of high school.

Early twenties, I headed for the Pacific. A stop off to visit a friend turned into years in Tucson, Arizona. I worked as a waitress, bartender, greenhouse worker, greyhound trainer, while swapping a psych major for one in plant sciences at the University of Arizona. Fired for skipping employee meetings at restaurants, employee gambling at the dogtrack, refusing to use live rabbits as bait, it fell to planting cacti and bartending to pay my way through college.

My late twenties found me running family owned greenhouses and florist shops in New York. When the reality of retail life became too mundane to handle, I began an obsessive love of creating more interesting worlds.

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Review by: EdithParzefall on July 19, 2012 :
I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books about sentient colors trapped in human bodies and simply had to get the next one. I didn't expect Arlene Webb to actually top herself like she did. After an unsettling start with control freak leader Malcom "out of service" the book got funnier and funnier as the colors faced and sometimes suffered the unknown challenges of sexual attraction, nicely contrasted or rather complemented by their human supporters. Arlene Webb does a fantastic job holding a distorting mirror at the reader here.

I couldn't put the book away when I had to cook a meal or run errands. Instead I plugged the headset in and switched my Kindle to Text to Speech. My stupid gin and chuckles in the grocery store sure drew some funny looks. What will the author torture her poor unhinged splintered energy heroes with next? Can't wait to find out.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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