A cyborg test subject.
A female soldier.
Passionate secrets that could kill them both.
He lost his humanity to save his sister
More machine than man, Doug can hack any computer across the galaxy. Syndicorp may own him, but he secretly uses his power to protect his twin and the rebels she leads. When he discovers a rogue AI with information that could expose the rebels’ location, he must come up with a plan to destroy it. If only the fiercely loyal woman who owns the AI didn’t make his circuits go haywire…
Trapped between duty and love
After mistakenly helping her rebel sister escape, Private Attie Swan just wants to resume her career and forget the rebellion exists. But when a frighteningly hot cyborg abducts her, he turns every belief she has about the corporation she works for on its head. He is also the only hope of keeping her sister alive.
Unsure if they can trust each other, they must work together to defend those they love. But the secrets Doug protects could drag them both into a deadly game not even a rogue cyborg can win.
And he may just have to sacrifice everything to keep her safe.
Reader Promise: Steamy love scenes, dangerous cyborgs, and heart-pounding action with no cliffhangers and a guaranteed HEA. This thrilling Sci-Fi is intended for mature audiences.
An action packed thrill ride
I like that this installment of the series is totally different from the previous as we follow Doug, who was one of the first people to receive nanites and has since become a cyborg. Being Lisa’s brother, they tried to rescue him from the secret experimental lab in the last book, but he doesn’t think people will accept him anymore an refused to leave. Attie, Marlis’ sister is stationed on the flagship Icarus where the lab is and is pro Syndicorp all the way. When Doug promised he would watch over Attie he had no idea what that would entail. Watching over Attie, Twerp (Marlis’ lost AI), and the other cyborgs Doug has his hands full. Can he protect them all and not end up a casualty himself. The romantic element takes somewhat of a backseat in this tale, but still adds many “feels”. Great Read!