I Married An Alien

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
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, where she quickly finds herself married to Jordan Demantena, who claims she is his life mate. More
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Words: 56,680
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466145580
About Emma Daniels

Emma Daniels lives in Sydney Australia, but also lived in Germany as a child. She is married with two children. She has been writing romantic novels for most of her life, and the results are clear - more than 10 books to her name. She is also a jewellary artist. Her favourite mediums are chain maille and artistic wire work. If she's not beading, writing, reading, or with her children, she's working part time at the job that pays the bills.

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Review by: Lewis Haller on Aug. 21, 2013 :
Excellent Scu-Fi read! I would enjoy seeing this made into a movie; but only if the author has full control to keep the story true to the book! I thought that the mind transfer was good; the plot good. After this review I will purchase the next book in the series...
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Review by: Sallie Smith on July 22, 2012 :
I don't know what sort of review to give this book since I couldn't read more than 30 pages. I guess it was really hard to get behind the body snatcher plot. The MC essentially takes over the body of a beautiful young woman in the future and while I knew that this was the plot from the description, the more I read of Ruth settling into the snatched body, the more it bothered me. This might be a good book if you can get through it, but it didn't hold my interest enough for me to be willing to complete it :(
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Review by: Dyan Harvey on June 02, 2012 :
An enjoyable read i had to find out what happened next and wasn't disapointed.
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