Sunday 19 April 2009


High school senior Camille Robins and her best friend are determined to snag the attention of their crushes before graduation next month. Armed with red-hot outfits and killer hair, they sneak into the hottest nightclub in town -- which caters to the rich and famous, both human and alien. They end up following Erik (who is human) and Silver (who isn't) through a guarded door and are soon separated and under attack...and not the good kind.

Bad boy Erik spares Camille's life, but the two are soon being chased by gun-toting Alien Investigation and Removal agents. Camille's more confused than ever because Erik's finally showing real interest in her, but the agents are accusing him of dealing Onadyn -- a drug that ruins human lives. Suddenly, with the heat of his kiss lingering on her lips, Camille has to decide whose side she's on...and whether she's willing to put her life on the line to save Erik's.

Firstly, I have to say: Wow! I think I've been saying that a lot lately, when it comes to my reading. I can't believe what an incredible roll I'm on with the awesome YA books I've been borrowing from the library. And I've still got four more waiting, another one ready to be picked up, several still on reserve, and of course, my own personal stash! I can't wait to read all of 'em.

It looks like I'm addicted, huh?

Anyway, this book was fantastic. I read the first 80 pages yesterday and sat down to finish it this morning. It was fantastic! This book is narrated by Camille, a civilian who happens to have a huge crush on bad boy Erik. Erik's a former A.I.R. agent who's on the run. So the night Camille and her friend go to a club in hopes of catching a glimpse of their crushes, her life becomes one big mess after another.

This is an action-packed, intriguing, romantic ride. And you even get to see some of the new agents featured in the first book. It's just so weird to see them in action, though. They appear so heartless and mechanical. Very interesting.

I don't know if Gena intends to write more books in this YA series, but I'll be looking out just in case. :)

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