A Date with Angel: And Other Things That Weren't Supposed to Happen

  • by J. Judkins
  • Narrated by Kendall Taylor
  • 14 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kim could tell at a glance Angel wasn't the average attractive yet poorly disguised extraterrestrial scout sent to assess Earth's defenses before the inevitable alien invasion. Angel's memory loss cover story? Lame. Robbing a passing ruffian of his shirt to cover her naked body? NOT a good way to avoid attracting attention! As a science fiction geek, Kim felt herself uniquely qualified to watch Angel and thwart her dark mission...once the alien got around to it.
But Angel had her own questions. She couldn't help but wonder, why would Kim invite a stranger home? Surely, it could only be for romance! Kim didn't dare correct her, not without giving herself away, and so both found themselves in an escalating romantic relationship neither actually wanted.
Is it possible lies and deception could lead to true love? Could projected feelings designed to fool the other become genuine?
A Date with Angel is a romantic escalation comedy full of misinterpretations, grand theories, and devious, romantic traps...and a suspected alien woman doing her best to meet a sci-fi paranoiac's expectations.


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Customer Reviews

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An absolutely different sci fi lesbian story.

I loved listening to this book. found my self laughing and loved the fact that Kim is a gamer and inverted basically. and at first I didn't like angels voice... but it grew on me. so I recommend this book you'll like it trust me.
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- non ofyabussiness

Awesome Premise. Great Humor. Little Else.

Not your typical lesbian romance. Very funny, underhandedly sweet, good chemistry. Once the premise is set, though, the story stays there for 14 hours before a quick wrapup and a hint at a sequel. The main character's headspace, which we never leave, is like Woody Allen with Asperger's and an extreme case of paranoia. It's funny, but Jesus does it wear you down after a while.

Despite this, I will happily buy the sequel, as well as anything else this author puts out. The narrator was wonderful, though her choice of voice for Angel, a blonde, blue-eyed, sex kitten, was too manly, I thought. She handles the humor delightfully, regardless,and is perfect as Kim.
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- Mark H. Deaton

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-16-2015
  • Publisher: Asylum Inspirations Books