About the book:
Knar has been studying the physiology of humans for years in preparation to introduce Earth to the rest of the galaxy and present them as a species that can adapt to change well. Although he believes in his mission, he’s also had his eye on his coworker Leah, and her invitation to come home with her for the holidays is just the opportunity he’s been looking for.
Going home for Hanukkah is normally the least of Leah’s worries until her mom lets it slip that her dad invited her ex-boyfriend. Desperate to keep him at arm’s length, Leah invites her handsome coworker Kenneth Knar to be a buffer against her family. Having to pretend he’s her new boyfriend doesn’t hurt, and if it annoys her parents, all the better.
He just has to find some way to tell her that he’s more than just a gentile. He’s not even from this planet. And Leah hates liars.
The menorah isn’t the only thing getting hot this holiday season…Meteors and Menorahs
This one was very cool to find actually, it was interesting a rom com with aliens usually you see more erotica than anything in this subgenre of romance, but I liked this one a lot.
As any rom com they where issues and drama everywhere, but we all love that, then the twist that this love interest it’s out of this world, literally, and our protagonist it’s huge with lies so that doesn’t bode that well.
The characters where likable, specially Kenneth he was so cute and adorable, we did had David totally hated him but he was kind of our villain so.
What i did like about it was that it explained very effortlessly some Jewish traditions and the importance of family that was nice and wholesome.
A pretty cool ride actually.