Marcus 582 is the third book in this futuristic science fiction and fantasy series from USA Today Bestselling Author Donna McDonald.
No matter what his cybernetic mind concludes, nothing in Marcus Kell’s restored life is logical.
Marcus 582 still remembers all the things Kyra says a restored cyborg is supposed to forget. Things like what it was like to be captured and tortured while fighting to save a country that a decade later doesn’t care about him.
But then, neither does his former wife. She gave up on him long ago. Now she’s remarried and his children think someone else is their father.
As far as he’s concerned, Marcus doesn’t have much in his life worth living for except the task of guarding Rachel 235. The woman irrationally refuses to accept that she’s been converted into some crazy cyber scientist’s new cyborg prototype. Accept it or not though, her denial won’t stop the bad guys from trying to re-capture her. Just ask Peyton.
Sympathy is a stretch but Marcus understands why Rachel doesn’t want to be a cyborg. After all, her conversion wasn’t voluntary like his. But Rachel wants a life without any cyborgs in it, including herself, which will never be her reality again. It’s time she got used to that fact.
Why is he so determined? Because he’s already lost all he can stand to lose in his life. He refuses to lose Rachel too.
ABOUT THIS SERIES - Set in the future, this science fiction action and adventure series explores military boundaries in a tale of created cyborgs and genetic engineering. It contains strong romance elements for paranormal, science fiction, and urban fantasy romance fans.
Adore this series
This series just keeps getting better and better with each book. I actually never thought I would enjoy cyborg books until I started reading this series. With each book I remember why I love both sci-fi and romance. Donna just tells an amazing story and I'm so glad I'm along for the ride. She gives you an awesome read but leaves you crumbs here and there and at the end wanting more.
The sci-fi fan in me loved this story but the part that wanted the romance, felt it lacking. I felt there was very little romance. It's a great storyline and lots of action but what little romance there was, was just ok. I didn't really feel that they truly wanted to be with each other. Despite that, I'm interested enough, I want to read the other books. I want to know Peyton and Kingstons story. I just hope there is more feeling in their books.
ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.