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  • Her cyborg protector

    The spaceship Reckless is still on its mission of exploring and gathering data on life-sustaining planets, the current one Altair Alpha. The crew consists of Truth, North, and Dissent, the latter whose primary purpose is to find his genetically compatible female. Although a cyborg, Dissent needs to love and be loved. He had found an unusual pet, Gnaw, the miljoonasuut he befriended on Khambalia 5, but Dissent had to leave him behind. But on Altair Alpha, he finds a baby miljoonasuut, who has been captured and is kept in a cage. Dissent buys the creature - whom he calls Nibbler - intent to return him to his home planet, that's when Dissent hears anguished cries. A woman is being hurt, but worse! She's Dissent's female, Greer! Greer has been a slave all her life, and since being sold to the vile Zloy, her existence has been sheer hell. Repeatedly raped and tortured, she dreams of running away, of being free but when Dissent rescues her, she wonders if she has exchanged her prison for a more comfortable one. Poor Greer! What a horrific life she has endured, and DOMINANCE AND DISSENT being a romance, I wondered how it would all play out. Obviously, gaining her trust would not be easy, but Dissent is a kind and patient cyborg, and he knows what being enslaved means. To my astonishment, it went much more smoothly than I expected. To say the least, Greer is not well-disposed at being with another male, when all she craves is freedom, but she has no choice. I was happy that there were no multiple shows of defiance and that she quickly sensed Dissent's good intentions. And other things! Given the erotic content of the Cyborg Space Exploration series, I was a little bit worried about how that side of the story would work with Greer's past, but Cynthia Sax navigates the treacherous waters with uncommon (or rather expected) finesse. DOMINANCE AND DISSENT is probably the series' most erotically charged installment so far and there wasn't a cringe-inducing moment in sight, which is a testament to Ms. Sax's subtlety in handling delicate matters. Greer is fabulously resourceful and I loved how she uses Nibbler's - idiosyncrasies, shall we say - to her advantage. This you have to read to appreciate and applaud! DOMINANCE AND DISSENT is very intense and a little gory; it's also a very interesting look at freedom and love. But boy, did Cynthia Sax give me a heck of a scare towards the end!

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  • Domination and Dissent

    Lovely story of 2 people surviving their past. I have enjoyed the humour very much in the entire series.

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  • A story of strength, survival, and empowering love

    I love Truth’s sense of humor, the cyborgs ultra-protective care of their females, even North’s ever so serious attention to his responsibilities. Greer is a survivor. Freedom is her goal. I adore seeing her blossom into the freedom Dissent offers to her through his love for her. Empowerment is a wonderful gift to bestow. Greer, discovering the wonder of Dissent: “The moment stretched, hanging like a teardrop on the tip of an eyelash, elongating into forever.” Greer’s cyborg may indeed be dominant, but it is a gentle, loving dominance, carefully suited to her needs. I love the playful way Dissent shows Greer that she can be in charge of a situation, likening himself to a tool that she can use to accomplish her goals. What a story! I was in tears (of happiness) as the book drew to its conclusion. BTW, Ms. Sax...Truth deserves to be no longer female-less. 😁

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