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When Captain Danielle Dubois crash lands on the world terra-formed by the Danu she isn't the only one shocked. The cyborgs that people the world of Danu have never seen a female ... but they definitely like what they see!

Long forgotten by the Danu who sent them out to terra-form for colonization, the cyborgs created by Manuta are well aware of the great chasm of emptiness in their lives but have no idea how to fill it until the human woman, Captain Danielle Dubois, crashes in ...

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Overview

When Captain Danielle Dubois crash lands on the world terra-formed by the Danu she isn't the only one shocked. The cyborgs that people the world of Danu have never seen a female ... but they definitely like what they see!

Long forgotten by the Danu who sent them out to terra-form for colonization, the cyborgs created by Manuta are well aware of the great chasm of emptiness in their lives but have no idea how to fill it until the human woman, Captain Danielle Dubois, crashes in their midst. The moment they set eyes on her, though, their biological instincts for procreation kick in and they know exactly what's missing-a mate. The problem is, they have no idea how to get from point A to Z.

Danielle's pretty sure she couldn't have landed in a worse situation if she'd crashed in the middle of the enemy camp-the Nubiens. Finding herself in the midst of several hundred romance-minded cyborgs, all male, seems like a recipe for disaster. How is she going to convince them to help her get home when all they have in mind is ... well, romance?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781451568189
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/7/2010
  • Pages: 262
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.59 (d)

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  • Posted July 21, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    There is not an overview of this book posted so here is what is writen on the back of the paperback.

    "When Captain Danielle Dubois crash lands on the world terra-formed by the Danu she isn't the only one shocked. The cyborgs that people the world of Danu have never seen a female ... but they definitely like what they see!
    "Long forgotten by the Danu who sent them out to terra-form for colonization, the cyborgs created by Manuta are well aware of the great chasm of emptiness in their lives but have no idea how to fill it until the human woman, Captain Danielle Dubois, crashes in their midst. The moment they set eyes on her, though, thir biological instincts for procreation kick in and they know exactly what's missing-a mate. The problem is, they have no idea how to get from point A to Z.
    "Danielle's pretty sure she couldn't have landed in a worse situation if she'd crashed in the middle of the enemy camp-the Nubiens. Finding herself in the midst of several hundred romance-minded cyborgs, all male, seems like a recipe for disaster. How is she going to convince them to help her get home when all they have in mind is ... well, romance?"
    I did not write this overview; it was copyed from the back of Kaitlyn O'Connor's "The Forgotten Discovery."

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