Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Crash and Burn by Cynthia Sax [Review]

 Crash and Burn by Cynthia Sax
Crash and Burn (Cyborg Sizzle #3) by Cynthia Sax
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: March 27, 2017

Cyborg Sizzle
1. Releasing Rage
1.5. Being Green
2. Breathing Vapor
3. Crash and BurnKindle
3.5. Jumping Barrel
4. Defying Death
5. Chasing Mayhem
6. Hers to Command
7. Ghost of the Machine
8. Seeking Vector
8.5. Knowing Zip

Cynthia Sax
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Crash was manufactured to be one of the best warriors in the universe. The cyborg has spent many human lifespans fighting the enemy. But, unlike his battle-loving brethren, he doesn’t enjoy killing. When he escapes the Humanoid Alliance, he vows to never end another life.

Then he meets Safyre, an infuriating human female, and he considers breaking his vow.

Safyre will do anything to save her friend, the being she loves like a sister. She’ll ravish a huge hunky cyborg, kiss his best friend, and invoke scorching hot desires the male never realized he could feel. Dark soulful eyes, a quick wit, and a tempestuous passion won’t divert her from her mission.

Love, and a planet-destroying weapon, however, might stop her permanently.
Thoughts on Crash and Burn: I'd forgotten how, umm, dominating these cyborgs can be. Which is an understandable state of mind seeing as how they've just freed themselves from a pretty craptastic existence and they're bred to be strong and commanding. Might as well grab onto life with both hands and all that, right?

Especially once they find the special lady friend who makes all their metal parts burn.

(As an aside, these poor guys are so starved for kindness, it's kinda rough to read. In a good way, mind you. Like, you WANT them--all of them--to find their match and experience some happiness.)

Crash and Safyre definitely clash in the best sort of way. He's protective and domineering, while she's used to being on her own, answerable to no one. It makes for some fantastic arguments and even better make-up sex. Or whatever you want to call it when they use their arguments as foreplay.

I like these cyborgs who are finding their place in this dark, messed-up universe. Here's to plenty more of them meeting their other half.

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