Friday, July 10, 2015

Avion by Eve Langlais [Review]

 Avion by Eve Langlais
Avion (Cyborgs: More Than Machines #7) by Eve Langlais
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: April 23, 2015

Cyborgs: More Than Machines
1. C791
2. F814
3. B785
4. Aramus
5. Seth
6. Adam
7. Avion - Paperback | Kindle

Eve Langlais
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Being a cyborg was so much better when all his parts worked. Avion’s nanotechnology stopped functioning after some experimentation done on him by the military. They broke him and now, Avion is no better than a human, even more annoying, he’s dying.

But at least he completed his final mission. He saved, One.

Mysterious and alluring, Avion isn’t the only person who wonders what surprises this woman hides. The human military and their alien allies fear what she’s capable of and will stop at nothing to destroy her. However, the one thing they didn’t take into account is that the cyborgs always protect their own, and they aren’t afraid to use deadly force.

And no one could imagine the depths One will stoop to in order to protect the man she loves.
Thoughts on Avion: I'm so sad to see this series end. I've loved these brash, loud, destructive men (and women) since Joe first caught sight of Chloe and plucked her from the men holding him. It's so hard to say goodbye, people. SO HARD. (Heh. I said hard.)

Or are we saying goodbye? We're teased with the very real possibility there could be more in the future for these metal men (and there are a few surprises I didn't see coming which makes me want to see how things will turn out SO BAD!). I'm going on record as saying I would not be adverse to more cyborgs. They make me laugh. They make me grin at their bloodthirsty antics.

And sometimes the horrible things they've been put through make me sad. But the sad is quickly followed by happy when they hook up with the person they're meant to be with and get down to the sexin'. They do other stuff too. Don't think it's all about the sexin'. It's not. They also make inappropriately timed jokes and annoy Aramus.


Avion and One (who does choose a name, don't worry!) are both sweet and sad together. Avion's failing body puts a bit of a crimp in their time together and One's fear of being alone makes me have sad eyes, but, NOBODY FRET, everything works out. In rather unexpected ways.

One more time, just so there's no misunderstanding: I'm all for more cyborgs!

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