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  • Choosing Chuckles

    Loved this new addition to the Cyborg story. I always wanted Chuckles to find his female. He deserved some happiness and she brings it to him. Great story. Can't wait for the next ones.

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  • She's a bad, bad female!

    The crew of the Reckless, composed mostly of cyborgs, had noticed an unauthorised vessel. When they receive a call for help, they are wary. Upon speaking with the female, Bettina, Chuckles senses she's lying but also his genetic match. How could it be? She is human, and Chuckles hates all humans. But he has to see for himself. Bettina's and her team's mission is to track and capture sexual predators in space. The sexy cyborg doesn't act like a sexual predator, but he exudes such dominance that she is immediately turned on. And Chuckles is mesmerised by the sparkly, very colourful human female; his female. What an intriguing start to a new series! I found it very compelling because of the complex relationships between the characters. Bettina's teammate Keeper is utterly fascinating, and I hope she gets her story very soon; she is fierce! I also loved Bettina's relationship with her dad and his caregiver Duggar; what great characters, and they are not the only fantastic ones. I just love the language and the fabulous dialogues. CHOOSING CHUCKLES has a BDSM element: there is spanking, and a D/s relationship between Bettina and Chuckles, baby and Sir. She's a bad, bad little human female, her big cyborg needs to reprimand her, and she thrives on being reprimanded. Bettina sparkles, literally: she covers herself with glitters, and she sports vibrant hair colours. We also get to watch the Humanoid Alliance "in action", and it's not pretty. I loved the planet Vega R and its furry beings, and I hope we go back again some day.

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  • I do so love these cyborgs!

    I love the cyborgs’ penchant for assigning percentages of probability to nearly everything! Chuckles is not a humorous cyborg like Truth. Grim is more like it; stern is a given. He doesn’t show his affections openly, it’s in the little things he does. Bettina is a playful little being, always testing limits! She’s also loyal, dedicated to making sure her loved ones are safe, and receiving good care. Odd as it may seem, they’re a perfect match. Each provides something that is crucial to the happiness of the other. Reading their story is a pleasure from start to finish. Ms. Sax has the skill to take her readers through the full gamut of emotions: the anger of someone severely wronged, the depths of sorrow when a friend is lost, the elation of love realized. It is difficult to move on from that. The next book I read may not get its due.

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