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As if I don't have enough to deal with. . .

It’s crazy enough to find out, the hard way, that you are not who you thought you were.

But to have that kind of bombshell dropped on you, and then — to have your Dad ditch you — leaving you to figure stuff out all by yourself, with a Mom you can’t tell anything about what’s going on. . . and school enemies lurking around unexpected corners.

I mean. . . come on. It’s summer!

Between trying to keep a tight grip on my sanity, not to mention my new crazy alien powers, dealing with Ashley and her band of terrible teens, not knowing if I still have a best friend or not is just the straw I do not need to be saddled with this summer.

Is it any wonder I feel like I just might lose it any second! And if I do. . . well, keeping the secret from Mom will be the least of my problems!

Book two of the Tales of a Teenage Alien Human Hybrid series.

178 pages, Paperback

Published March 1, 2019

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J.C. Morrows

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JC Morrows is the bestselling author of the young adult dystopian series: Order of the MoonStone and the post-apocalyptic Frozen World series. A believer in sharing knowledge, JC is passionate about both stoking the creative fire in young minds and doing all she can to help authors of all experience levels excel.

A true storyteller, JC is one of those authors who grew up thinking it was perfectly normal to make up wild and fantastic tales, talk to people who weren't there, and look at the world from a perspective that no one else understood.

These days she records those fantastical tales (when her resistant laptop lets her) . . . and the people who aren't there . . . well, she still talks to them. She tells their stories and even argues with them on occasion. And she still sees the world in a way that makes sense to no one else, but that's OK because she is a teller of tales, a dreamer of dreams, a traveler of made-up worlds!

Though she doesn't write strictly "Christian" fiction... as a true believer, she gives God all of the glory for her talent and ability!

"And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it." Habakkuk 2:2 KJV

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February 27, 2019
Read in one sitting and this sequel gets even more interesting! Zoe now has this huge secret about her identity and can't even tell her mom about it, has to somehow learn to control her powers, and do so WITHOUT her real dad's help. She also doesn't know if her best friend is still speaking to her or not. It's summer break but this girl with the ultimate cool hair is already stressing about "acting" normal.

Really liked the two new characters introduced in this book, Jackson and his sister Jordyn.

There are only two "incidences" in this sequel with Zoe's power and really want the girl bully to get justice for her attitude towards Zoe. Her mom is just the greatest person (could be based on real life mom but not sure).

Looking forward to the next book and hopefully there will be more than three in the series!!
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April 10, 2019

Zoe is a really cool teenager… the only thing is, she has blue hair… and just after her dad takes her on a vacation and reveals a big secret, he disappears and she’s left to figure things out on her own!

And she can’t tell her mom!

So what happens when Zoe returns home to deal with her new life-altering secret? Especially when her best friend shows up, wanting to know what happened before Zoe left — you know, when the bedroom door kept opening and closing on its’ own.

This is such an adorable story… about a teenage-girl who gets the most surprising news — something extraordinary, and more than a bit alarming!

In this second book, Zoe’s dad has ended their vacation early and taken off for parts unknown, leaving Zoe to deal with family and friends, and new neighbors. I loved how the authors tap into what it would be like to learn that you’re half alien, plus dealing with new powers that could cause all sorts of problems. Can Zoe handle things on her own? Will her alien dad ever return?

If you are as curious as I am — pre-order your copy today so you can read the story as soon as it releases. Once you do, you’ll want to know even more (like I do) and you’ll be anticipating the return of Zoe (and her two dads) in The Human Complication, the next sequel in this fun, exciting series.

Happy Reading!
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