C791, A Review

C791 By Eve Langlais/ Cover Art by Amanda Kelsey

I am going to be honest here.

The only cyborg I liked and cared about was Jean- Claude Van Damme in Universal Soldier. That’s it. That’s all I know.

Well, I wrote a flash fiction scene about a cyborg recently…

But in C791(Cyborgs: More Than Machines #1), I was hit with “feels”.

Here’s a snippet of my review from Amazon:

Joe, a cyborg, keeps fighting. He is fighting for his identity, for his past, and his future.

After leading a rebellion and finally getting caught, Joe has one mission left: find out how and why cyborgs were created and destroy every living human if he has to in order to get answers.

But when lab tech Chloe enters the picture, Joe finds himself unable to think straight. His “neural net” just can’t process how this little beauty can hold him hostage just by her dangerous curves, her lips and those expressive green eyes.

Little does he know, that Chloe does not want anything to do with the vile cyborg. However, somewhere along the way, Chloe sees through Joe’s crass talk, hulking muscle and sexy lips.

Beneath the muscle and the neural nets is a man who is falling love…

This book made me fall for human metalloids all over again, but my reading means nothing if no one will share the moments with me.

Warning! Explicit language and scenes in this one!

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