Date read: April 9, 2016
1. Performance Criteria - Kindle
2. Magnetic Attraction
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What do you get when you have an IQ that is off the charts, the inability to let go of someone you love and a lot of spare parts? The man of your dreams, of course. Dr. Aeron Braxton is on the verge of unveiling her newest creation--a droid who can pass as either human or Vanos.Thoughts on Performance Criteria: I probably won't surprise anyone when I say I got a kick out of this book. Cyborgs, guys. It has cyborgs. Well, A cyborg. But that's neither here nor there. I do enjoy a rousing round of one on one time with metal.
An alien race took the man she loved away from her, but her revenge is at hand. Aeron has rebuilt Brad into a living, breathing killing machine she hopes will save the outer quadrants from a mass Vanos invasion.
Too bad the brilliant scientist didn't calculate the probabilities of love getting in the way.
So. Lonely, heartbroken Aeron rebuilds the man she loves after he is killed protecting her from an alien attack. Which is totally normal. Right? If the man you loved gets killed, you should totally use his spare parts to enact AWESOME VENGEANCE against those who took him from you.
Seriously. I'd do it. If you had the brain power and the money, why wouldn't you create an anatomically correct version of your dream man. I might pause at sending said man off to kick some alien booty, but we do what we have to do.
Did I mention the cyborg part? Because YASSSSSSS! The more cyborgs the better!