Deviant is humiliated when his father suggests he visit a pleasure center to make use of a sex bot. True, the defects he was born with have assured female cyborgs will never consider adding him to a family unit. But he still has his pride. The woman who enters the room, however, is incredibly lifelike, and she quickly has Deviant feeling things he'd never dreamed - right until the moment he finds out she's human. Sort of...
Venice needs Deviant's help to get off the space station. Deviant is lonely, and in need of someone to teach him how to pleasure a female. They strike a bargain, one that has Venice giving up her freedom. But soon it's her heart that's at greater risk. It's easy loving Deviant...even when others are determined to make it difficult.
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By Lia on 11-05-2017
Another Good Installment To The Series
Really enjoyed this story about Deviant. Another good one for the cyborgs. You can read this one on its own but it will be so much better if you have read the others in this series. They are all good so grab a few and read away. In Deviant's book his father wants to help out and takes Deviant to learn how to please a women. In their society men"y view Deviant as not being "perfect" enough he has little hope of joining in a "family unit" but lucky for him a human woman needs his help and offers to be his if he will rescue her. She sees nothing wrong with him and counts herself lucky to have him. Of course there are those in cyborg society that hate humans and can't forgive what some humans did to the cyborgs years ago. So Deviant and Venice must find a way to stay together. A really good book. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
Mindy Kennedy was outstanding with the delivery of the story
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By IreneMBBT on 23-12-2016
One of the lighter, but satisfying reads in the series
Both very likeable characters in one of the more satisfying reads in Dohner's Cyborg series. Kennedy does a decent but in no way inspired narration. My personal opinion is that the stories in the series have become progressively better. My least favorite female was in book1. Apart from some moments of dark humor in the beginning, that heroine was TSTL and a big turnoff. Those characters were not believable in the context of the world Dohner built. Too bad Dohner hasn't given us the snapshots into the lives of previous characters which give the satisfaction of HEA, & link the series tighter together. There would be more value to the books & series than any minor negative implication that the book isn't completely "stand-alone".
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