Sorry. There is nothing new in this book. Been there, done that (& better)
Enjoyable read - it is both light and charming and filled with silly and amusing characters. I guess you could call it a futuristic - heroine is an alien on contemporary Earth looking for her cousin. Our hero spends a lot of time not believing that - despite a 'phaser' that makes people disappear for 20 minutes and return without their clothes. Since he's a cop on suspension [initially for rescuing our heroine in a biker bar, and later because Internal Affairs thinks he's in bed with the Russian Mafiya] he spends his time helping to find her cousin. Endless misadventures and misunderstandings ensue - mostly on the part of a moll who decides that our hero and heroine are smugglers. When they do find out where the cousin is they set off to meet with her - pursued by the moll and her boyfriend Slava whose uncle IS Russian mafiya, the harpy with an agenda from Internal Affairs, and Weldon the computer geek who they showed the phaser to. Must have made quite a parade...
This was originally released as Cosmic Sex by Brava [with an awful cover]. Fortunately Kensington chose to change both when they released it as a standard paperback. I haven't read any of the other books and I didn't have any trouble following so I guess order is fairly unimportant.
1. Close Encounters of the Sexy Kind
2. Cosmic Sex aka Earth Guys Are Easy
3. The Bad Boys Guide to the Galaxy
4. Dating Outside Your DNA
Excellent book! Kia is from Nerak and is a total innocent in the ways of Earth. Everything is new and exciting to her. Nick, an undercover cop, accidently stumbles upon her during adrug bust and is totally smitten. It is love at first sight and then she tells him she's an alien. The interactions between Kia and Nick are too funny. At times reminds me of a Laurel and Hardy routine.