Review: Interlocking Hearts (The DMA Files #2) by Roxy Mews

February 5, 2016 Review 0

Review: Interlocking Hearts (The DMA Files #2) by Roxy Mews

"A human, an almost-human, and a more-than-human walk into a palace..."

"The DMA Files," Book 2

After her husband threw her out, Paisley Compton drew her sexuality around her like a shield. She finds solid ground as a palace maid until, during a formal dinner service, she trips onto the lap of a man who takes her breath away.

Ben has always known Jon is far more than property, and he jumps at the chance to get the android his certificate of humanity. Paisley-whose abilities far exceed her job title-is a welcome distraction from the bureaucracy.

Used and abused by his former owners, Jon trusts no one-particularly the smartass woman who's caught Ben's eye. He might not be certified human yet, but he has all the right parts to get to the bottom of this sexy mystery wrapped in a maid's uniform.

Their attraction sparks unexpected new conduits among them, but when they realize Jon's certificate comes with a terrible price, they must risk everything to foil an Anti-Mech plot-and hope they survive to lose themselves in each other's arms.

"Warning: Overheating is likely. The mechanics in these pages require ample lubrication to perform at optimum levels. When possible, multiple system operators are recommended."

Title: Interlocking Hearts
Author: Roxy Mews
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Coral-600, Three's a Clan, Coral-600, Love Shack
Series: The DMA Files
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Coral-600
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: February 9,2016
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance, Menage, Romantic Comedy, Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 327
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Interlocking Hearts is the second book in the DMA Files by Roxy Mews. In the first book, Coral-600, we were introduced to the main characters, Paisley, Quinn and Coral; and what it means to be human. Interlocking Hearts follows Paisley, Coral’s best friend, who is trying to find her place after her friend decides to take on the human world. I believe that this should not be read alone as it ties in with Coral-600.

After reading about Paisley in the first book I was interested in her story as she had some mystery to her. She hid behind her…outgoing personality…so strongly you couldn’t help but want to peel back the layers. Paisley knows what she does and does not want out of life and love has no place in hers. Jon and Ben are roommates and best friends with Quinn, Coral’s boyfriend. With Coral taking on the government to grant humanoids humanity, they find themselves up against an enemy they were not totally prepared for. Jon and Ben are there to find out who is behind the Anti-Mech protests and suspect it is an inside job. Jon in his former life was a pleasure bot who was abused and mistreated by his former owners; whereas Ben has had the same treatments that Quinn underwent. Did I mention they enjoy sharing?

Paisley sets out to seduce Mr. Hottie, aka Ben, before she realizes that Ben and Jon come as a package deal. But what better way to satisfy her hunger than between these two sexy men. But as they get to know one another they realize their attraction runs so much deeper. As Paisley joins Coral in helping give robots human rights, she starts to see she wants more; love, passion, and a future.

I enjoyed this novel because we got to delve deeper into the humanoids and who they are. I thought it was a perfect edition to The DMA Files Series. Paisley is a woman who is not afraid of who she and so many of us can relate to her. The tension between the trio, Jon, Paisley, and Ben kept me intrigued until the last page. The three are a perfect together as they all balance each other out. Ben is the serious and understanding one, Jon’s the protective and in-your-face one, and Paisley is the fun-loving and cautious all help each other heal the wounds that never seemed to close. It is a great continuation to this series and I sincerely hope there is another novel to the series. Plus I would not mind getting to know Jon a bit more. I think it is the whole robohippie thing he has going on. Yum!

I was given a copy of this book as a gift from The JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review. The opinions and ratings are my own and I was in no way compensated for my review.

 

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