A Plain Jane Book Two

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Jane’s trapped. But Lucas can’t give up. He’s come this far, and it’s time to go further. As aliens try to control him, kidnap Jane, and threaten galactic peace, he fights back. Not because he’s trained to – because he must keep Jane safe so he can find out how he feels before it’s too late. More
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About the Series: A Plain Jane
She’s a hidden princess. He’s the galaxy’s greatest hero.

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Reviews of A Plain Jane Book Two by Odette C. Bell

Stormswift reviewed on Nov. 6, 2013

Story is fast paced and exciting – more so than the first book.
Jane finally accepts that she is not plain at all aside from the embarrassing blue spots that are a dead giveaway of her emotional state (eek!) and the shimmering blue streaks in her hair! She becomes more decisive and essentially her own person, now that the nasty “assister” has been removed from her brain – pity she lost the speed, agility and kick a** abilities though! Jane is revealed to be the last of the Paran monarchy (from admin assistant to space princess in less than a month!) and has 9 super powerful robots (and one assassin robot) at her beck and call.
Lucas and Jane’s relationship is finally progressing as they rid themselves of doubts and uncertainties. Lucas seems less arrogant and less of the perfect soldier than he was in the first book and becomes more emotional and likeable.
Book ends on an utter cliffhanger scene and I’ve already bought book 3 to see what happens next. I think the greatest praise that I can give any book is that I think these books would be a great series of movies. The Galactic Senate scene description reminded me of the Galactic Senate in Star Wars (perhaps that’s where author got the idea?).
Grammatical errors are distracting, book needs editing.
*Review also published on amazon.co.uk.
(reviewed 9 months after purchase)
catghost reviewed on July 21, 2013

Finally got round to reading this and it was every bit as good as the first. As it was a while since I read the first, I had sort of forgotten the details but the author did a good job of bring me back up to speed without being obvious about it.

The second book ends on a cliff hanger, so I have already bought book 3.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
ian browne reviewed on April 28, 2013

I enjoy the second book of the series, good story, Have also got book 3 in the series looking forward to reading it.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
Becky Pageler reviewed on Jan. 30, 2013

I enjoyed this - also purchased Book Three
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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