Alien Contact for Idiots
WHAT'S A WOMAN GONNA DO WHEN SHE'S QUARANTINED WITH AN OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD ALIEN? When American Indians from the future move their entire island nation to our Earth, Ell Harmon makes the first alien contact. The take-charge Seattle biologist has yearned to find intelligent aliens, and her dream comes true when she meets Prince Tro Eaglesbrood. Ell and Tro are quarantined together, while the fearful world wonders whether the newcomers are friends or foes, neighbors or conquerors. Ell knows Tro is honorable and Kwadrans are peaceful ... but how to convince the world? They broadcast a show, which she flippantly titles Alien Contact for Idiots. Every day, Ell interviews Tro and tries to humanize Kwadrans. The show is wildly popular, and the romance developing on-screen between Ell and Tro reassures the world. If a smart woman like her can fall for a Kwadran, they must not be monsters, right? But Tro's duty lies with his people, and soon that duty threatens not only the show but Ell's heart -- as well as the peace and survival of our world.
- Paperback | 332 pages
- 133 x 203 x 18mm | 345g
- 02 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Edward Hoornaert
Edward Hoornaert (a.k.a. Mr. Valentine) is not only a writer, he's a certifiable Harlequin Hero; he inspired N.Y. Times bestselling author Vicki Lewis Thompson to write her favorite Harlequin Desire, "Mr. Valentine," which was dedicated to him. In the past, he wrote contemporary romances for Silhouette Books, but these days he writes science fiction adventures--usually with elements of romance. In addition to novelist, he has been a teacher, technical writer, salesman, waiter, janitor, and symphonic oboist. After having 30 different addresses in his first 28 years, his rolling stone slowed in the mountains of British Columbia and stopped in Tucson, Arizona. His high school sweetheart has been his wife for more years than he has fingers and toes to count. Ed and Judi have four children, a dog, and a cat which (unlike some famous authors' cats) is of absolutely no help in writing.