When cyborg intelligence meets sensual robotics circuit boards sizzle.
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.
Author: Eve Langlais
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Mated to the Devil, Doe and the Wolf, Swan and the Bear, Croc And The Fox
Series: Cyborgs: More Than Machines,
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Seth, Adam, Avion
Published by Self Source: Author
Published: April 11, 2013
Genres: Sci Fi Romance
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I just love Eve’s cyborgs. They are each amazingly different and often times a victim of the programming the military cursed them with. Einstein has been entertaining read in the previous books. He has felt that his programming prevented him from ever feeling the emotions that some of his fellow cyborgs experience. He watches his comrade’s joke with their teammates, become angry, he has seen the newly rescued females experience grief, he has even seen a couple fall in love. He wants to be more human, less machine. Einstein simply believes his programming is incapable of sentience, until he meets Bonnie.
Bonnie grew tired of her circumstances one day and proved mind over matter was for the best. Believing that life without her sister didn’t matter she shut her mind down and went into a self-inflicted stasis. She had been teetering on the edge due to the extensive abuse she had incurred at the hands of the people who used her as an experimental weapon, the physical abuse she suffered at the hands of malicious soldiers, the news of her sister was too much for her to want to carry on. Bonnie felt that a permanent sleep was the only solution to blight.
Unexpectedly waking from her sleep is just the beginning of Bonnie’s new life. She now has a new family full of cyborgs like her. She has a handsome prince that needs a little more spark in his life and she has just the fire he needs. Bonnie keeps Einstein questioning his programming at every turn. He has never experienced a firecracker quite like her and watching him adjust to her is quality literary entertainment! Bonnie’s pizazz brings out qualities in Einstein’s personality that he never realized he had.
I do believe that the Cyborgs: More Than Machines books can work as stand alone reads. The couples from the previous books are mentioned, but not to the point that it causes confusion when reading. The mention of previous books will just make you curious enough to go back and read those books. Readers are given a little snippet of which one of these sexy cyborgs will get the next book in the series. The brief mention about his heroine has me very eager to see what Eve has in store for him.
Favorite quote, Einstein to Bonnie: ”I might have woken you from your sleep, but you woke me to my humanity.”