Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Staying Alive by Alison Jean Ash

Nerdy scientist Egbert January has been Octavia Buck’s “Uncle Egg” for twenty-two years. The adorable baby that just happens to have four tentacles in addition to the more usual arms and legs has grown up to be a beautiful young woman who looks like a cross between an octopus and a Hindu goddess—a goddess with some remarkable sexual skills. Eg has a few skills of his own, and he hates to watch Tavi wasting hers on a guy who doesn’t treat her right. (He can’t stop watching, though, through his secret observation window.) Add Catherine Buck, Tavi’s unconscious mother, whose latent telekinetic skills are awakened by Tavi’s visits, and Luke, a vengeful ex-boyfriend whose plan to annoy Tavi goes spectacularly haywire, for a bizarre, steamy and ultimately romantic tale.

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Book Review from Amazon.com:

5.0 out of 5 stars A Unique and Quirky Love StoryFebruary 22, 2016

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This review is from: Staying Alive (Weird Romance Book 2) (Kindle Edition)
In Weird Romance, Book 2, Alison Jean Ash takes us inside a tank world where we meet a very special girl- part human, part octopus, with some Hindu goddess and disco queen mixed in for fun. "Tavi," short for Octavia, embarks on a mission to revive her mother, who is very ill and in stasis. In the process she discovers feelings for a man she has known her whole life and some special skills in the art of way-out love making. Not a children's story.

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