Lovespell, Feb 2002, 5.99, 346 pp.
Insanity is Maryellen Caswell's first reaction to the male voice suddenly speaking to her inside her brain in what should have been an incoherent foreign language. Her sister's more plausible answer is Manhattan. However, the voice co-occupying her head belongs to a stunned Sub-Commander Ur Targon. He knows something went wrong, probably sabotage, when he landed inside a live female rather than a dying specimen as directed by the standing operating procedure.
Ur believes that an anti-government incident on Styrex Three will happen, but has no idea why this remote orb the locals call Earth is the target. His first order of business is to escape his current host who is driving him crazy. However, the proximity between the two of them makes them even loonier as they begin to fall in love. However, can a body hopping alien and a grounded third rock from the sun local form a relationship outside her head?
Ponder The Man with Two Brains merging with the Men In Black inside a romance to understand Katherine Deauxville's wacky, outrageous, and entertaining tale. The story line is amusing due to the witty dialogue between the charming lead characters as if Steve Martin landed inside the head of Sigourney Weaver. This novel comes OUT OF THE BLUE, but fans of jocular science fiction romance that satirizes the convergence of the two genres will wan to learn if Ur is a hunk or not?
This report prepared by Harriet Klausner