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Blackout (The Cyborg Chronicles, #1)
     

Blackout (The Cyborg Chronicles, #1)

by Bethany Shaw
 

Everyone Lara loves, dies. All she wants is to be numb, and she's about to get her wish...
Cyborg 112115 has one mission: kill Commander Mac St. Clair. But she can't pull the trigger. There is something about him that's too familiar, and he seems to know her.
With no memories of her own, she must decide whether to trust her instinct or the chip

Overview

Everyone Lara loves, dies. All she wants is to be numb, and she's about to get her wish...
Cyborg 112115 has one mission: kill Commander Mac St. Clair. But she can't pull the trigger. There is something about him that's too familiar, and he seems to know her.
With no memories of her own, she must decide whether to trust her instinct or the chip implanted in her head. 
 
Mac's world ended when Lara Douglas was killed in action. Eight months later, on an opp deep in enemy territory, he becomes the target of an assassin. The cyborgfails at her mission, and doesn't have any memory of who she was or how she became a cyborg. Determined to help the woman, Mac takes the cyborg with him in hopes of unlocking her memories. 
If he's wrong about her, it could cost the rebellion.
But if he's right... then he might be able to save her.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940153560014
Publisher:
Bethany Shaw
Publication date:
12/26/2016
Series:
Cyborg Chronicles , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
161,779
File size:
294 KB

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Meet the Author

Bethany Shaw lives in Ohio with her husband and two children. She is an avid reader and writer. Writing has always been one of her passions and she is thrilled to share her works with you.

Some of her other hobbies include jogging, riding bikes, and spending time with her family.

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