They were weapons in someone else's war. Now they're just want to live in peace…
Cyborgs Kit and Luke are determined to carve out a place for themselves in a galaxy that still sees them as corporate-owned killers. They're not mindless machines, they're men with dreams and desires of their own. Their greatest desire is to claim a blue-skinned beauty with a mysterious past and a heart big enough for two.
Born of two worlds and belonging to neither… She's looking for a place to call home.
There were easier places for a freighter pilot to make a living, but the Drift offered Zura the one thing she needed most- a chance to start over. That's not all she finds in the far reaches of space. Two sexy-as-sin cyborgs want to bring her into their orbit, and they'll do everything to tempt her into saying yes…
When a dead man's secret sends her new life into a tailspin, Zura will have to fight to protect her family, even if it costs her everything…including her future with Luke and Kit.
Menage’ 2 cyborgs and one gorgeous blue lady
Life has a nasty habit of catching up with people. She finds love only to be threatened by her ex. When that fails her half brother is kidnapped.
To safe her life she must become the first one to survive the input of her two lovers blood. Will she survive or will they loose her, just as they have found her?
This is book one in the Drift series and it’s an amazing intro. Characters are strong and the story is engaging. Recommended read.
I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review
A very different genre to that I usually read but very enjoyable nevertheless. A romance with a bit of a thriller thrown in. Ménage a trois was simply a way of life on the planet on which they lived but finding the right girl was the problem. Kit and Luke shared everything. They had their own in built communication. Zura meanwhile was a lonely insular type and it took Luke and Kit to help her realise what she was missing.
I liked the way the author wrote as if cyborgs and blue people were a natural part of life. Nothing about this book appeared strange in any way. I really enjoyed it. Well worth a read.