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Sara's Review: Rescued by the Cyborg (Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance #5.5) by Cara Bristol


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PUBLISHER: Cara Bristol

RELEASED: March 12, 2018

GENRE: SCIFI, PARANORMAL, ROMANCE

LENGTH: 123 pages

FORMAT: EBOOK

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A cyborg with haunted past, a woman with a clouded future… Battered and broken, hostage and sole survivor Solia waits for death at the hands of vicious predatory aliens when Cy-Ops agent Guy Roarke disobeys orders, charges in, and rescues her. A former medic, he initiates emergency medical procedures before rushing her to Cybermed, in hopes of saving her wing so she can fly again. He’s taken with the delicate, brave Faria, but his best intentions result in unfortunate consequences that place her in greater jeopardy. Can he overcome the guilt of past mistakes in time to save her life?

FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS

We meet Guy and Solia in book 6 Hunted by the Cyborg, and they are already together. It was awesome that Bristol gave us their story because when I was reading book six, I was thinking to myself, “wait a minute, I want their story too.”

There is a running theme in these stories, the Cyborg’s want to find love but all seem to feel they are either not worthy of it, or not men anymore so don’t deserve it. I love that throughout each tale the right woman shows the Cyborgs that they can have love and companionship.

There are women out there who won't care that they are part machine or will love them for them. Love is a huge proponent of these stories, and I think that is what I love the most. Not to mention that its set in a futuristic sci-fi setting. My favorite genre, sci-fi romance.

This is the perfect story that transitions between books 5 and 6 and gives us a closer look at the savage Ka’te who have been referred to since the first story. It looks like the Cyborgs have their work cut out for them with those vicious beings.

Rescued by the Cyborg is the perfect quick story that fits right in with the rest of this world, yes it can be read as a standalone, but you would be missing some excellent books if you do.

I am giving it 5 Boundless Stars; I loved it.


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