Can a cyborg let go of the wife he lost and make a stowaway his bride?
There’s a problem on the Gypsy Moth. Craig 'Crank' Abrams has found a stowaway. A tiny one that tucks easily under his chin with the biggest damned eyes he’s ever seen—and a way of tugging at a mechanical heart he thought broken.
Ghwenn has secrets, which is why she’s on the run and hiding. When her enemies catch up to her, she finds an unlikely hero in the cyborg that refuses to hand her over.
This is a stand alone romance with a happily ever after.
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I jumped on this when I read the first chapter and a half and got sucked in. So I instantly bought it. Plus, I love Eve’s books. I think this is the first cyborg book I’ve read, and I totally loved the ornery cranky human/cyborg. He was a total bad a**. And she just cracked me up with her mischief and deviousness. Very much loved this! Give it a read!
You’ve gotta read this!
Pixie and Crank. I’m not even sure how they both survived, let alone became a couple. Crank is surly, mean, stuck in the past, and vulgar. Ghwenn is a lady, as well as pampered, spoiled, entitled, and selfish. The two together cannot get along, until they get between the sheets. The surprises, twists, and hits kept coming, and I couldn’t put the book down, devouring it in one sitting.