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Genus Unknown: Adaptation by Kaitlyn O'Connor

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Genus Unknown: Adaptation
Kaitlyn O'Connor

Dr. Kate Drexel had just begun to suspect that the ‘beasts of Sirius’ were far more intelligent than they’d believed when the Sirians escaped containment.

Genus Unknown #1
New Concepts Publishing
April 2011
On Sale: April 1, 2011
ISBN: 1463660146
EAN: 9781463660147
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$13.49
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Romance Erotica Sensual

Dr. Kate Drexel had just begun to suspect that the ‘beasts of Sirius’ were far more intelligent than they’d believed when the Sirians escaped containment. What no one hadn’t suspected was the reason behind their amazingly complex genome or that their rapid cell regeneration pointed to more than an extraordinary adaptability.

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