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Hello, Gorgeous! (Cyborg Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2006

    what a let down.

    the premise of the story was really original, a girl turned into a cyborg who is indebted to the goverment and has to do their bidding. very fresh. too bad the heroine, caitlyn, is a pain in the behind. at first she was amusing, but as the book goes on she becomes more obnoxious and irritating. if it had focused more on the plot and the romance it would have been tons better... but because of caitlyn's personality, the book was ruined for me. :(

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2005

    So disappointed

    I read about this book from somewhere, and I remember feeling pretty excited about it. The premise sounded promising and funny. What I didn't realize was how the short the book is. At only 195 pages, there's almost no room for character development. From beginning to end, every character is completely one dimensional. The solution to the whole murder mystery was completely ridiculous. The heroine, Caitlin James was an annoying, shallow, empty-headed, frivolous whiner. She spent all her time yammering on about some stupid subject or another or else threatening to kill 'The Boss.' Honestly, I know the reader is supposed to feel for her, as she's the main character, but she was so irritating that I started to sympathize with 'The Boss' for having to put up with her! The hero, Dmitri something or other,was alright. Aside from being gorgeous, he didn't have much going for him. I didn't think he had much of a personality. The one good thing about the book is the way the reader is made aware of the killer's identity. The reason for the murders is stupid but I admire the clever way the killer is revealed. And the sex scenes were hot.

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