Madison Mackenzie Rhodes, Maddie for short, would call her life “comfortable.” She works in a call center, lives with her best friend of fifteen years, and spends most of her free time with her family. Her entire world is turned upside down when she finds out that she is a clone, created to hide the secret that we are not alone in this galaxy. Her counterpart, going by the nickname Mack, works for the Intergalactic Security Commission, which works with a coalition of other planets that protect each other and create technology. When an enemy rises from within the ISC that targets both Maddie and Mack, they must work together to save their lives as well as the planet.
In the spirit of full disclosure I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Maddie’s life takes a very unexpected twist, in this refreshing spin on the life of a clone.I was hooked from the beginning. Maddie by far stood out most in my mind, though I adored Seth and Logan as well. The only thing I didn’t care for was the open ending. Yes a series needs a good continuation thread, but it felt like many threads were unclosed.
K.G. Stutts knows how to deliver an enthralling story and capture reader’s heart. Great debut novel from a promising author.
Catrina Barton is a licensed Kung-Fu Instructor of the Black Dragon style, and draws on that experience to make her fight scenes both realistic and action packed.
She enjoys being surrounded by the stark beauty of mother nature. Whether it's a moon-lit starry sky, or a picnic by a peaceful waterfall cascading from the mountain side.
Growing up no matter where she was physically, she always had at least one book in her hands and spent every free moment lost in a book. It's only natural that as she grew up, her passion for reading grew into an even stronger passion for writing, especially Young Adult Paranormal Romances.
She is a proud member of many writing and marketing groups, and an active participant at Critique Circle and several other crit groups.
Favorite personal quote:
"An author cannot grow without both constructive criticism and encouragement."