When cyborg intelligence meets sensual robotics circuit boards sizzle.My Thoughts: Man, I love these cyborgs! The males are just so delightfully clueless about the opposite sex sometimes that I can't help but laugh. Poor Einstein. Bonnie's a runaway freight train that he just can't get away from. And then he realizes that he doesn't want to get away from her and things get VERY interesting.
Einstein was probably the only cyborg in existence with no interest in the opposite sex, until he discovered B785. With her sensual nature and quirky sense of humor, she draws this cybernetic geek out of his scientific shell and teaches him the one thing he’s never understood – passion.
Tired of being a slave to the military, Bonnie went to sleep one day with the intention of never waking up, but she didn’t count on a cybernetic prince charming bringing her back to life. Coming to terms with her past isn’t easy, but harder still is the realization that even a bionic princess can fall in love.
However, all fairy tales have a villain, and despite the fact the military wrote them both off as a loss, they soon discover they’ll need to fight to have their happily ever after.
Bonnie is... well, I liked her. The abuse that the military subjected all the female cyborgs to is horrific and she not only managed to survive what they had done but she also came out of it with her humanity intact. Her attraction to Einstein hits her out of the blue but she's not the type of cyborg to ignore her wants and she's goes after him. And after him. And after him. It's kinda awesome to watch.
And then there's Einstein. He doesn't see the point of sex and he doesn't have the drives that the other soldiers have... right up until Bonnie falls into his lap. Not literally. When they finally come together, he becomes a perpetually horny cyborg sex machine. Again... it's kinda awesome to watch!
Bad guys, good guys, hot sexin' in a variety of positions, and a reunion between cyborg sisters. ALL THE THINGS THAT MAKE THESE BOOKS OUTSTANDING!
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3. B785 - Paperback | Kindle
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