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Review: Paradigm Shift by Misa Buckley




Published: May 2, 2012
Format: eBook (Review)
Available: Amazon

Book Blurb (Amazon):

Observatory tour guide Megan Shaw has always had stars in her eyes, so when she all but runs down the otherworldly Raul, she barely blinks. It doesn’t hurt that Raul is hot – whether in his human form or his natural one – and that there’s an immediate mutual attraction. But Raul is on the run from his alien overlords and soon Megan finds herself fighting against a foothold situation with nothing more than a couple of cattle prods and Muse for soundtrack. However Earth is not the only planet at risk and with his species desperate to escape generations of oppression, will Raul’s loyalties shift as easily as his physical appearance?


My Review:



A short and quick read, Paradigm Shift is an enjoyable novella. Our heroine finds love with an alien from another planet and in this story they set out to save earth from an upcoming invasion. 
I felt the story was strong and well development and so were the characters. My only issue was that I thought the story line itself moved a little too quickly. Like I said the character development was good, but I also felt like I really didn’t get a chance to know them. 


Still it is an good read.


My Rating:


3 Kisses

Quickie Kiss (a good read...but I need just a lil more)



About Your Author:


Misa Buckley grew up watching Doctor Who and Star Trek and reading fantasies from Anne McCaffrey and David Eddings. So when she started writing NaNoWriMo in 2007, it was sci fi that she wrote. She found writing a much-needed haven from the crazy of raising five children and a Land Rover-obsessed husband.
It took her a few years to take the step from writing to submitting, but her first published novella, IRONHAVEN, was published in July 2011 by Decadent Publishing. Now contracted with Champagne Books as well as self-publishing, she can be found on Twitter (@MisaBuckley) or at her website (www.misabuckley.com)



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