Kingston 691 is Book 2 of Cyborg: Mankind Redefined, a futuristic science fiction and fantasy series from USA Today Bestselling Author Donna McDonald.
Norton took his wife and his memories of her away. Now King wants them back.
Kingston West put his military service behind him much easier than most of the soldiers he served with during the final world war. As far as he's concerned, the cyborg named Kingston 691 no longer exists.
And the Cyber Husband program? He views that part of his past like he views having been a prisoner of war. Both are just service-related memories he doesn't plan on recalling ever again. His cybernetic restoration gave him a much better future. That's all King needs.
At least he felt that way until he discovered one wife's file had been totally erased from his Cyber Husband records. Only her name remains in his data storage even though her family swears they'd had a loving relationship. How can he even begin to believe such a thing?
King refuses to care about any of the women who bought him over the years. However, to put his mysterious past completely behind him, he needs to find the missing Seetha Harrington and hear her side of their story. Before he can enjoy his new beginning, King needs to find out why Norton took away those seven years they had together from both of them.
ABOUT THIS SERIES - Set in the future, this science fiction action and adventure story explores military boundaries in a tale of created cyborgs and genetic engineering. It's contains strong elements of romance for both paranormal romance and science fiction romance fans. It’s set in a futuristic urban environment.
I've never read a lot of cyborg romance books but I can tell after reading this second one of Donna's I will be reading more in the future. I just adored this book. It had everything I adore in a great book and then some. If you want a wonderful way to spend a few hours then here you go
They scifi fan in me loves these books! I've read two in the series so far and I seem to be reading them backwards but it definitely is not taking my enjoyment of the series away.
Kingston has been the one I've wanted to read since reading Marcus's book. Not only did it measure up but I also love the fact that you get to see Kingston and Seetha fall in love all over again after Kingston's memory of Seetha is wiped clean. The romantic in my loves that he fell for her twice.
The crooked government plot twists make these books much more than a romance novel. I love how both books I have read are unraveling one big plot, a piece at a time. Great book, great series!
ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.