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    Fiona and Solus

    This was a really good book. I like the story line, steamy sex scenes, the charcters, can't wait to pick up the next in the series
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    F814 by Eve Langlais

    F814 Cyborgs: More Than Machines by Eve Langlais Second in the cyborg romance series, this book has the highly intelligent man-made soldiers fighting to protect one of their own. And even though it takes awhile for them to convince F814 that she is more than just a drone, it takes even longer for Solus to acknowledge his own feelings of love. Well written and enjoyable for the sci-fi romance lover. A bit darker than this author is known for but still towards the lighter end of the genre. I admit that the few typos/proofreading are annoying if inconsequential. Excerpt: "I am not a cyborg. A am a meld of flesh and parts. An android." She stood and would have moved away but he was quicker, leaping to his feet and placing his hands on her arms, halting her. "Cyborgs are what happens when humans meld a living person with a machine." "Impossible." "The truth. Androids don't wear real flesh. Cyborgs do. Androids don't think for themselves. Cyborgs do. Androids can't feel." He leaned in close, captivated by her brown eyes which stare at him, unblinking. "Cyborgs feel. And care. And hate. And some even love." He couldn't believe he said that last part. She snorted, the very sound a confirmation of the words she chose to deny. "I am obviously an advanced model even with all my flaws." Solus growled in frustration. "Stubborn female. What must I do to prove to you I am right?" Excerpt from F814 by Eve Langlais
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    great series

    A really enjoyable fast read, not only just a romance but a bit of mystery, thriller and sifi as well.
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    exciting & chilling in its implications

    The premise behind this story, and the series as a whole, is heartbreaking. Emotions run deep throughout the entire story, yet at the same time the action packed and exciting plot definitely sizzles. Langlais’ intricately crafted plot definitely held my attention throughout. I found the nano-tech endlessly appealing. Langlais not only sparked my imagination, but also kept my science minded brain endlessly reeling with the concepts that she brought forth. It was both chilling and exciting. Her vividly intricate world building makes it even more real. Let’s not forget the cast of characters that made this story even better. Langlais’ combines a heroine who believes she’s nothing more than a machine and a hero who believes he’s better off alone. This main couple held my attention throughout, but there was so much more to the story than simply them. I really enjoyed getting to know Seth, Aramus, and Einstein better. They’re all so different and their personalities and beliefs affect them each in different ways. This is a story so hot your ereader will go up in flames. At the same time, the story is exciting and chilling in its implications.
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    F814

    Good read love the cyborgs
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